Zawedde returned yesterday from the Chain Open and Hong Kong International Open were she attained mixed results.
Top arch Lillian Zawedde is set to better her performance ahead of the Woodball World Cup scheduled from May 25 to 31 in Jeju, South Korea.
Zawedde returned from the China Open and Hong Kong International Open were she attained mixed results.
She won the gate-in-one accolade in China but went ahead to suffer a setback after a humiliation in Korea finishing 12th place in the women's singles.
"I performed badly in Hong Kong because I was very tired after having to connect from China immediately after the games," she said on arrival at Entebbe.
Zawedde added that she is set to start intensive training this weekend ahead of the major event on the calendar this season.
"We have less than three weeks to the World Cup and it's the major event on the calendar," she said.
The Ndejje University student who is planning to make her third appearance at the biennial event is set to team up with Danilah Nabukalu, Charity Nagaba, Sophia Namuddu and Flavia Navubya to play in the women's category.
Meanwhile, in the men's side Uganda will field Isaac Ariho, Onesmus Atamba, Absolom Rwaganika, Norbert Dramani, Franco Kibuule, Raymond Musasizi, El-Mohammed Musisi, William Osire and Godwin Ssennyondo.