Sumit Nagal Advances in the Tokyo OLympics 2020

Sumit Nagal Breaks The 25-Year-Old Deadlock For India | Tokyo Olympics 2020

Star Indian Tennis Player Sumit Nagal became the third player to win an Olympic Singles in tennis. He was a last-minute entry in the Tokyo Olympics team. However, he proved his worth on the Day 2 of the Games when he defeated Asian Games champion, Denis Istomin. He became the third player after Zeeshan Ali and Leander Paes to win an Olympics Singles Match.

He managed a comfortable win against Denis Istomin of Uzbekistan. Sumit Nagal won the Round with 6-4, 6-7, 6-4.

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Manika Batra registered a victory in a one-sided game against Britain’s Tin Ho. She won with a comfortable 4-0. A round-wise score is given below:

S.NoIND (Mankia Batra)BRI (Tin Ho)
1117
2116
31210
4119
Final Score 4-0

Sutirtha Mukherjee Turns the game against Sweden’s Linda Bergstrom of Sweden (5-11, 11-9, 11-13, 9-11, 11-3, 11-9, 11-5). She was losing 3-1 but came back strong and turned the game around with great effort.

Vikas Krishan loses 0-5 to Sewonrets Quincy Mensah Okazawa of Japan in the Men’s Welter 63-69kg category.

Also Read, Mirabai Chanu Confirms Silver Medal For India, India’s First Medal At The Tokyo Olympics 2020


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