Tokyo Olympics: Kento Momota knocks out

Tokyo [Japan], July 28 (ANI): Wednesday’s Japanese shuttle Kento Momota was knocked out of the ongoing Tokyo Olympics as the world’s number one did not advance from Group A at the men’s singles event.

On Wednesday, Momota lost to South Korea’s Heo Kwang-hee. South Korea defeated Momota 21-15, 21-19.

Momota defeated Timothy Rams 21-12 and 21-19 in the first Group A match, but couldn’t stand up for the opportunity in the next match, resulting in a quitting the ongoing Olympics in the men’s singles. event.

Early Wednesday, India’s Shuttle Saipura lost their second Group D match against Dutch Mark Karyau at the Tokyo Olympics here at Musashino Forest Plaza Court 3. Karuyau defeated Planise 21-14, 21-14 in a straight game.

Star Shuttle’s PV Sindhu defeated Hong Kong’s Cheung Ngan Yi in the second Group J match of the Tokyo Olympics held at Musashino Forest Plaza Court 2 on Wednesday.

Shindu defeated Cheung Ngan Yi in the straight sets 21-9 and 21-16 and participated in the women’s singles elimination round.

Elsewhere on Tuesday, the Indian Men’s Double Spare of Chiragshetti and Satwick Syrah Giran Kireddy defeated the British Ben Lane and Sean Bendi duo in an important final Group A playstage game. The Indian duo defeated Lane and Bendy 21-17, 21-19 in the final group stage match. (ANI)

Tokyo Olympics: Kento Momota knocks out

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