PV Sindhu Won Second Match Reaches Pre-Quarter Final

Indian badminton icon PV Sindhu has won her second match on the group stage in the Tokyo Olympics. In Group J, she defeated Ngan Yi Cheung of Hong Kong 21-9, 21-16 in 35 minutes. After this win, Sindhu has reached the knockout round. Sindhu will now face Mia Blichfeldt of Denmark in the pre-quarterfinals. Let us tell you that Indian players have not done well in archery, women's hockey, and rowing.

Indian archer Tarundeep Rai, who lost in the shoot-off, is now out of the medal race in the men's singles. He was defeated by Itay Shani of Israel in a round of 16 elimination matches. After three sets, both the archers were tied at 5-5 points. In the shoot-off, Rai scored 9 and Shaini scored 10 points. Roy had earlier defeated Oleksil Hanbin of Ukraine 6-4 in a round of 32 elimination match.

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In rowing In the lightweight men's doubles sculls, Indian pair of Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh finished sixth and last in the semi-finals. Indian Roars clocked 6 minutes, 24.41 seconds. They finished 19.08 seconds behind the first-placed pair of Ireland.

Today's events of India
B. Sai Praneeth will play the men's singles group stage match from 2.30 pm

Archery (Individual Round)
from 12:30 pm Praveen Jadhav, men will enter the round of 32 match
from 2:14 pm Deepika Kumari will enter the round of 32 match

8:35 am KC Ganpati and Varun Thakkar, men's Skiff 49ER match

Pooja Rani will compete in the women's 75kg category, round of 32 from 2:33 pm

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