Olympics 2021: Results of team India day 6 (28th July), Archery, Badminton, Hockey, Boxing


Women’s Pool A – India crash to their 3rd consecutive defeat as they go down to reigning Olympic Champions Great Britain 1-4. 2 matches left for India: against Ireland & South Africa.

Women’s Singles Group Play Stage – Grp J: P.V Sindhu cruises into Pre-QF of Women’s Singles after topping her Group J (2 out of 2 wins). Sindhu got the better of Ngan Yi Cheung (WR 34) 21-9, 21-16 in her 2nd group match.

Men’s Individual 1/32 Eliminations:
Tarundeep Rai moves into 1/16 of Men’s Individual event with 6-4 win against Oleksii Hunbin (WR 66).

Tarundeep Rai crashes OUT in 2nd round of Men’s Individual event (1/16) to an archer ranked lower than him Itay Shanny (WR 92).Shoot-off decided the result. 

Men’s Individual 1/32 Eliminations
Men’s Individual 1/32 Eliminations: Pravin Jadhav moves into 1/16 of Men’s Individual event with 6-0 win against Bazarzhapov Galsan (ROC), After knocking out World No. 2, archer Pravin Jadhav goes down against World No. 1 Brady Ellison 0-6.

Women’s Individual 1/32 Eliminations
Deepika Kumari moves into 1/16 of Women’s Individual event with 6-0 win against Karma (Bhutan). Deepika Kumari marches through to the 1/8 Elimination Round recording a win against Jennifer Fernandez. In round 1/16.

Men’s Double Sculls Semifinal A/B 2 – Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh OUT of contention for a medal as they finish 6th in Semis of Lightweight Men’s Double Sculls event. This is the 1st time India has entered Semis in Rowing event.

49er Men’s Race 2, 3 & 4 – Team India Sailing duo of Varun A Thakkar and KC Ganapathy so far:
Race 1 – 18th
Race 2 – 18th
Race 3 – 17th
Race 4 – 19th

Women’s Laser Radial Race 3-6 
Nethra Kumanan’s results so far:
Race 3 – 15th
Race 4 – 40th
Race 5 – 32nd
Race 6 – 38th

END of misery for Sai Praneeth as he goes down to Mark Caljouw (WR 29)14-21, 14-21 in 2nd Group match. Sai finished last (3rd) in the Group and his Tokyo 2020 campaign is over with both losses coming against shuttlers ranked lower than him.

Women’s Middle (69-75kg) – Prel – R16:
Pooja Rani sails into QF (75kg) with comfortable 5:0 win over Algerian pugilist in 1st round. Pooja is now just one win away from an Olympics medal.