KIM Fajardo is determined to get a win after her return to action with F2 Logistics was spoiled by PLDT.
Back on the court after a five-month layoff due to a pinky finger injury, Fajardo vows to deliver a better performance to help the Cargo Movers get back on track in the Philippine Superliga All-Filipino Conference.
“Masarap syempre although hindi namin gusto yung naging resulta sino ba naman yung gustong matalo?” said Fajardo, ruled out of the Grand Prix’s preliminary round and 12 matches in the All-Filipino. “Pero okay naman kasi masaya ako kasi nandyan na ako ulit. Isipin mo, limang buwan? Di ko akalain na ganun (katagal).”
The six-time PSL best setter was a solid back-up for starter Michelle Cobb dishing out 15 excellent sets but she admitted she still needs to adjust her connection again with her teammates.
“Sobrang saya kasi nakasama ko sila kaya lang I have to get my rhythm back with them,” she said.
“Nakinig ako sa mga sinabi ng mga PT at doctors kasi gusto ko na makalaro agad. Kung anong sinabi nilang bawal, bawal. Everyday therapy, ganun,” she said.
After losing back-to-back matches, F2 Logistics is locked at No. 2 with an 11-2 win-loss record regardless of the result of Tuesday’s battle against Cignal in Malolos, Bulacan.
Facing No. 7 (2-12) in the knockout quarterfinals, Fajardo promises to deliver better performance as they enter the crucial round.
“Siyempre super eager ako na makabawi,” Fajardo said. “Gusto kong maglaro nang maglaro kasi ngayon lang ako ulit nakabalik at kahit papano nakahawak na ko ng bola.”