Tokyo Olympics: Indian results on Day seven; Sindhu shines, Mary out

While world champion P.V. Sindhu beat Denmark's Mia Blichfeldt in straight sets in Round of 16, legendary boxer Mary Kom lost a close bout to bow out of Tokyo Olympics.

Mary Kom lost a closely contested bout against Ingrit Valencia of Columbia in Women's Flyweight (48-51kg) Round of 16 match to bow out of Tokyo Olympics.   -  PTI

On day seven of the Tokyo Olympics 2020, Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu comfortably defeated Denmark's Mia Blichfeldt 21-15, 21-13 to set up a quarterfinal clash with Japan's Akane Yamaguchi.

The Indian men's hockey team beat reigning Olympic champion Argentina 3-1 in its fourth Pool A match to book a quarterfinal berth.

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Archer Atanu Das beat two-time Olympic gold medallist Oh Jinhyek 6-5 in a thrilling 1/16 elimination match to progress to pre-quarterfinals. Earlier in the day, Das had beaten Chinese Taipei's Deng Yu-Cheng 6-4 in the 1/32 eliminations match.

However, Indian boxing legend Mary Kom suffered a 2-3 defeat against Ingrit Valencia of Colombia in a closely-contested Round of 16 match.


Archery: Men's individual: 1/16 eliminations: Atanu Das bt Oh Jinhyek (KOR) 6-5; 1/32 eliminations: bt Deng Yu­-Cheng (TPE) 6-4.

Badminton: Women's Singles (Round of 16): P.V. Sindhu bt Mia Blichfeldt (DEN) 21-15, 21-13. The Indian shuttler will next face Japan's Akane Yamaguchi in the quarterfinal.

Boxing (round of 16): Men's super heavyweight: Satish Kumar bt Ricardo Brown (JAM) 4-1; Women's flyweight: Mary Kom lost to Ingrit Valencia (COL) 2-3.

Golf: Men's individual (round 1): Anirban Lahiri (T8), Udayan Mane (60).

Hockey: Men (Pool A): India bt Argentina 3-1. India has qualified for the quarterfinals.

Rowing: Men’s lightweight double sculls: Arjun Jat and Arvind Singh (5th in final B, 11th overall).

Men: Laser: Vishnu Saravanan (23rd overall after eight races); 49er: KC Ganapathy and Varun Thakkar (17th overall after six races).
Women: Laser Radial: Nethra Kumanan (31st overall after eight races).

Shooting: Women's 25m Pistol (qualification precision): 5. Manu Bhaker, 25. Rahi Sarnobat.

Swimming: Men's 100m Butterfly: Sajan Prakash (46th overall). DNQ for semifinals.

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