All eyes will be on Indian ace Saina Nehwal when she (1) to the court after an injury lay-off at the All England Championship, hoping (2) better last year’s runner-up finish at the (3) event which begins with the qualifiers in Birmingham on Tuesday.In pursuit of achieving her full fitness (4) of a hectic Olympic year, Saina skipped a series of tournaments, (5) the Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold, but the World No. 2 Indian will now be back in the reckoning as she spearheads the challenge.“Unfortunately I could not play any tournament this year (6) of a nagging ankle injury and a recurrent viral infection. But now I am perfectly all right and my fitness (7) is also good. I had a good training session and I would give my best in this event,” said Saina, who would take on Commonwealth Games champion Michelle Li of Canada in the main draw on Wednesday.Two-time bronze medallist at World Championship, P.V. Sindhu too will hope to turn around her dwindling form when she takes on Thailand’s Porntip Buranaprasertsuk in her (8) opener.Among the India men shuttlers in fray, World No. 10 Kidambi Srikanth will (9) Commonwealth Games silver medallist Rajiv Ouseph in his opening round.H.S. Prannoy, who has slipped to World No. 26, will look for a good outing to boost his rankings when he takes on China’s Xue Song in his first-round match.Commonwealth Games champion Parupalli Kashyap, who (10) fought a series of injuries since last year to keep his hopes of qualifying for the Olympics alive, received a severe blow last week when he injured his knee at German Open and he will be forced to skip the All England.