Indian tennis player Sumit Nagal will face Uzbekistan’s Denis Istomin in the opening round of the men’s singles tournament starting on Friday at the Tokyo Olympics. Nagal, who qualified for the game last week after a big comeback, was knocked out in the draw against low-ranked Uzbek on Thursday.
The 23-year-old Indian, who is ranked 160th, can be seen winning the first round against second-seeded Russian Daniel Medvedev, who will face Alexander Public in his opening round match.
In the women’s doubles, six-time Grand Slam champion Sania Mirza and Angita Raina will face Ukraine’s Kitchenok duo Nadia and Lyudmila in the opening round. Interestingly, Mirza teamed up with Nadia after returning from her maternity leave to win the Hobart Open last year.
Meanwhile, keeping an eye on the Golden Slam, Naomi Osaka hopes that men’s tennis player Novak Djokovic’s search for Serbian Olympic glory will begin with the first round match against Bolivia’s Hugo Dellian, while Japan’s first gold medal bid will begin. In tennis against Zheng Zhai of China. At 11:00 a.m. local time on Saturday, July 24, the first round of relationships was revealed 48 hours before participants first hit the court at Ariak Tennis Park.
Women’s singles first seed Ashley Party is making her Olympic debut for Australia against Sarah Soribes Tormo, the latest in a Wimbledon victory.
In the first round, No. 2 seed Daniel Medvedev will face Kazakhstan’s Alexander Public in the men’s singles draw.
Male Murray will begin his quest for a third Olympic title in an unprecedented tennis match against Canadian Felix Agar Alyasim, while Petra Kvitova, the 2016 women’s singles bronze medalist from the Czech Republic, will face Italy. Jasmine Paulini.
Both singles tracks have produced impressive first-round matches, including a mouth-opening opener between Kei Nishigori and Andrei Rublev in the men’s draw. Carla Suarez Navarro’s Olympic Swansong begins against Tunisia’s Once Japur.
Shortly after arriving in Tokyo, Bruno Soros was diagnosed with intestinal inflammation and the late change in the partnership – Croatia’s Matt Pavic and Nicola Mectic – opened against Brazil’s Marcelo Melo and Marcelo Demolinar. Chinese Taipei’s Zih and Hsu Xi-Yu.
(With PTI inputs)
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