Sports Roundup Wednesday

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Heres the summary for you of all the action that happened on Wednesday from India perspective


Asia-Oceania World Junior Tennis under-14 boys c’ship:
Having finished second to Korea, India opted to conserve energy for the quarterfinals against Kazakhstan, the topper from group-D, by skipping the doubles.
Korea bt India 3-0
Lee Ha Eum bt Sai Janvi 6-3, 6-3;
Ju Heewon bt Aishwarya Jadhav 6-3, 4-6, 6-4;
Lee Ha Eum & Lee Seo A w.o. Aishwarya Jadhav & Sohini Mohanty
ATP Challenger USA
Davis Cuppers Sumit Nagal and Ramkumar Ramanathan made quick exit in the first round itself in the $53,120 Challenger in Tallahassee, US.
In the $25,000 ITF women’s event in Orlando, Riya Bhatia in partnership with Elizabeth Haibauer of the US made to the doubles quarterfinals.
  • PSPB bt Haryana 3-1;
  • RSPB bt Telangana 3-2;
  • Bengal-A bt Uttar Pradesh 3-2;
  • Maharashtra-A bt Delhi 3-0.
  • PSPB bt RSPB 3-0
  • Maharashtra-A bt Bengal-A 3-2
  • Maharashtra bt RSPB 3-2;
  • TNTTA bt TTTA 3-0;
  • PSPB bt Bengal-B 3-0;
  • Bengal-A bt Uttar Pradesh 3-0.
  • Maharashtra-A bt TNTTA 3-0
  • PSPB bt Bengal A 3-0
Indian Greco Roman wrestlers, Sachin Sahrawat and Harpreet Singh, landed two more bronze medals to take the overall tally to five in the Asian wrestling championships in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, on Wednesday.
The Indian compound men’s team, consisting of Abhishek Verma, Rajat Chauhan and Aman Saini, ensured a medal for the country by making it to the final of the Archery World Cup Stage-1 at Antalya, Turkey, on Wednesday.
Source SAI
The ninth-ranked India, which got a bye, beat eighth-placed Italy 237-232 and top-ranked host Turkey 235-232 to reach the last four. India defeated fifth-placed Great Britain 236-235 in the semifinals to set up a title clash with France on Saturday.
In Recurve Indian Men team topped the qualification. Read full report on the link
Santosh trophy
Meghalaya goalkeeper Frolicson Dkhar effected a brilliant save from close range in the 90th minute to deny Kerala a late winner as it ended 2-2 in the Santosh Trophy at the Payyanad Stadium in Manjeri on Wednesday.
Rajasthan lost 0-4 to Punjab at the Kottapady Stadium.

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