Published: 29 Jul 2021 03:12 am
Updated: 29 Jul 2021 05:54 am
Pooja Rani of India advanced to the quarterfinals in women’s boxing at the Tokyo Olympics. In archery for women Deepika Kumari Entered the 3rd round.
On the 6th day of the 32nd Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan yesterday, India’s Pujara Rani advanced to the quarterfinals after defeating Algeria’s Icrax 5-0 in middleweight boxing. Pooja Rani will at least secure the bronze medal if she wins this round.
For men Archery In the recurve individual division, India’s Tarundeep Roy defeated Ukraine’s Oleksi Hanbin 6-4 in his first match. But in the 2nd match, Tarundeep Roy lost 5-6 to Stalin’s Itte Shani. Similarly, another Indian, Praveen Jadhav, won the first match and lost the second match 0-6 to first-seeded Brady Ellison of the United States.
Of India in the women’s category Deepika Kumari He defeated Bhutan’s Karma 6-0 in the first round. She then advanced to the 3rd round, defeating Jennifer Mucino-Fernandez of the United States 6-4 in the next match.
In the women’s singles in badminton, India’s PV Sindhu advanced to the knockout round after beating Hong Hong’s Chiung 21-9, 21-16 in a straight set. Meets Sindhu Denmark’s Mia Blichfeld in the knockout round. In the men’s singles, Sai Praneeth lost to Netherlands’ Mark Caljo 14-21, 14-21 in the second round. His because Sai Praneeth had failed in the first match as well Olympic The journey came to an end.
In women’s hockey, India lost to defending champions England 1-4. It was a hat-trick defeat for India. This has caused problems in advancing to the next round.
India’s Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh advanced to the final of the men’s doubles event in doubles. The Indian pair finished 6th in the semi-finals.