Video: Rajiv Ouseph admits regrets

Watch as Olympian Rajiv Ouseph looks forward to the 2016 Olympic Games following a disappointing London 2012.

Olympian Rajiv Ouseph has admitted that his early exit from the 2012 Games in London left him disappointed, but he has vowed to return stronger in the next four years.

The 26-year-old was defeated by Kevin Gordon in the group stage of the Olympics, while five first-round defeats in the six tournaments that followed dropped him out of the world's top 30.

However, he believes that the experience will stand him in good stead ahead of the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro.

"Being part of London has given me the taste to try and get to Rio and do as well as I can there. I feel like i haven't peaked yet as a badminton player yet so I think Rio is a good opportunity for me to do that," said Ouseph.

Watch the video below:

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