Amman: Happening this yr Tokyo Olympics 2020 For this, Indian boxers have given nice excellent news to the nation. Six time world champion MC Mary Kom And to this point seven Indian boxers, together with World Championship silver medalist Amit Panghal, have received the Asia / Oceania Olympic qualifier and certified for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics.
Mary Kom, the second seed of the event, fulfilled her dream of taking part in the Olympics for the second time by defeating 28-year-old Irish Megano of Philippines 5–Zero in a one-sided match within the quarter-finals of the ladies's 51 kg weight class. <! –
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World No-5 Mary Kom seemed slightly defensive within the first spherical. But within the second spherical too, there was a fierce competitors between the 2 boxers and the Indian boxer maintained his lead. Experienced Mary Kom took full benefit of her expertise within the third and closing rounds to proceed attacking her rival and enter the semi-finals, profitable 5–0.
With this victory, Mary Kom has given India the seventh Olympic quota for the Tokyo Olympics to this point. Mary Kom will face Yuan Chang of China within the semi-finals.
In the boys's part, Commonwealth Games and Asian Games champion Top Seed Panghal defeated the South Asian Games champion Carlo Palam of the Philippines 4–1 within the 52kg quarter-final match to clinch his place within the semi-finals. Also, fulfilled my dream of taking part in Olympics for the primary time.
Panghal appeared in an aggressive model from the start and continued to assault his opponent and took a 3–2 lead within the first spherical. The Asian Games champion maintained his assault within the second spherical and made a number of punches one after the opposite.
Amit will face Rio Olympic bronze medalist Hu Xianguan of China within the semi-finals. Jiaguan has additionally received bronze medals on the World Championships in 2015 and the Asian Championships in 2019.
Panghal mentioned of his subsequent match, "I have played against the Chinese boxer before and have won. Now our goal will be to win this match and make our place for the finals." "Today is the birthday of my uncle Rajnarayan Panghal and I dedicate this Olympic ticket to him."
At the identical time, the present World Championships bronze medalist Manish Kaushik misplaced in an in depth quarter-final match of 63 kg. In the event, the third seed and Asian Games silver medalist, Chinjoring Batarsukh of Mongolia, defeated Manish 3-2.
Despite this defeat to Commonwealth Games silver medalist Manish nonetheless has an opportunity to win the Tokyo Olympic quota. The boxer, who misplaced within the quarter-finals in 63 kg underneath the Box of Bout, will get one other probability. In such a scenario, Manish has another probability. Manish will now play towards Australia's Harrison Garside on Wednesday underneath the Box of Bout to win the Olympic quota.