Mary Kom’s hopes got a setback, hope to play in CWG 2022 broke, out of trial due to injury

Six-time world champion Mary Kom was preparing to take part in this year’s Commonwealth Games (CWG 2022) and for this she distanced herself from the World Championships and Asian Games.

Jun 10, 2022 | 6:02 PM

TV9 Hindi , Edited By: Sumit Sundriyal

Jun 10, 2022 | 6:02 PM




India's best boxer and 6-time world champion MC Mary Kom's dreams of playing in this year's Commonwealth Games have ended.  Veteran boxer Mary Kom could not complete the trials for the CWG, due to which she had to pull out and due to this her dream of representing India in Birmingham was shattered.  (Photo: PTI)

India’s best boxer and 6-time world champion MC Mary Kom’s dreams of playing in this year’s Commonwealth Games have ended. Veteran boxer Mary Kom could not complete the trials for the CWG, due to which she had to pull out and due to this her dream of representing India in Birmingham was shattered. (Photo: PTI)

During the trials being held in New Delhi, on Friday, June 10, Mary Kom was forced to withdraw in the middle of the 48kg trials after suffering a leg injury.  (Photo: PTI)

During the trials being held in New Delhi, on Friday, June 10, Mary Kom was forced to withdraw in the middle of the 48kg trials after suffering a leg injury. (Photo: PTI)

The six-time world champion was injured in the first round of the 48kg semi-final.  With his withdrawal, Haryana's Neetu entered the final of the Commonwealth Games trials at the Indira Gandhi International Stadium here.  (Photo: PTI)

The six-time world champion was injured in the first round of the 48kg semi-final. With his withdrawal, Haryana’s Neetu entered the final of the Commonwealth Games trials at the Indira Gandhi International Stadium here. (Photo: PTI)

The previous Commonwealth Games (2018) gold medalist Mary Kom fell in the ring in the very first round of the bout.  The 39-year-old tried to compete by getting up but after being hit with a couple of punches, she lost her balance and sat down holding her left leg.  He then had to leave the ring and the referee declared Neetu the winner.  (Photo: PTI)

The previous Commonwealth Games (2018) gold medalist Mary Kom fell in the ring in the very first round of the bout. The 39-year-old tried to compete by getting up but after being hit with a couple of punches, she lost her balance and sat down holding her left leg. He then had to leave the ring and the referee declared Neetu the winner. (Photo: PTI)

The most successful Indian boxer had pulled out of the World Championship and Asian Games to focus on the Commonwealth Games to be held in Birmingham next month.  (Photo: PTI)

The most successful Indian boxer had pulled out of the World Championship and Asian Games to focus on the Commonwealth Games to be held in Birmingham next month. (Photo: PTI)






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