Sports Bulletin: India got another gold in Deaflympics, Avinash Sable broke 30 years old record in athletics, read important news here

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Rafael Nadal has lost in the quarter-finals of the Madrid Open but he is not disappointed by this defeat and is focused on doing well in the French Open to be played this month.

TV9 Hindi sports bulletin is present with all the sports news from the country and the world (Sports Bulletin), In this bulletin, we will give you information about sports other than cricket. We will keep you informed about the news of sports like athletics, golf, tennis. Indian athlete Avinash Sable (Avinash Sable) Has broken a 30 year old record. What is this record and in which tournament did Avinash do this, we will tell you about it. Tennis legend Rafael Nadal (Rafael Nadal) Has got a defeat at the hands of the young player. We will also give you information about this match of his. Along with this, we will also give you information about the matches of the 12th Hockey India Senior Women’s National Championship.

Thomas and Uber Cup, the big tournament of badminton, is starting from Sunday. We will also tell you about which players of India are participating in this prestigious tournament. Along with this, we will also tell you about the performance of golf players of India.

Abhinav Deshwal won gold

Indian shooter Abhinav Deswal has won the gold medal in the Deaflympics Games being played in Spain. He won the gold medal in the 10m Air Pistol event. India’s Shubham Vashisht finished sixth in the same competition. Abhinav scored 234.2 and won the gold in the shoot-off by defeating Oleksiy of Ukraine with a score of 10.3. This is India’s third gold medal in these games. Out of these three, two have come in shooting only while one has got in badminton. India has so far won a total of five medals. India has got two bronze medals in shooting.

Avinash Sable breaks 30 year old record

India’s top sprinter Avinash Sable broke a 30-year-old national record in men’s 5000m category at the Sound Running Track Meet in California, USA. Sable holds the national record of 3000m steeplechase. Sable, who played in the Tokyo Olympics, clocked 13:25.65 seconds in the US and 12th place Sable broke Bahadur Prasad’s record of 13:29.70 seconds which he set in Birmingham in 1992. He broke the second-oldest national record for Indian athletics. The oldest national record in the marathon (2 hours 12 minutes) is held by Shivnath Singh, which he set 44 years ago in 1978.

Sable also holds the national record of half marathon (21.0975 km) which he set in the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon in 2020, Jacob Ingebritsen of Norway, who won the 1500m gold medal in Tokyo Olympics, won the race in 13:02.03 Sable of America. He has qualified for the World Championship to be held in Eugene from 15 to 24 July.

Watch Indian players in Thomas and Uber Cup

Two-time Olympic medalist PV Sindhu and World Championship bronze medalist Lakshya Sen will be eyeing the Indian badminton team in the Thomas and Uber Cup finals, starting on Sunday. No Indian men’s team has won a medal in the Thomas Cup so far. Even once the team could not reach the semi-finals. The women’s team reached the Uber Cup semi-finals in 2014 and 2016 and won bronze medals.

Last year both the teams reached the quarter finals. This time the Indian men’s team has world No. 9 Sen, 11th-ranked Kidambi Srikanth and 23rd-ranked HS Prannoy. The doubles also features world No. 9 pair of Satwik Sairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty, besides MR Arjun and Dhruv Kapila and KP Garaga and Vishnuvardhan Gaur. With a strong team and a favorable draw, the Indian men’s team has a golden chance of winning a medal for the first time. India has to play the first match against Germany in Group C, while Chinese Taipei and Canada are also in the group.

The women’s team lacks the experienced team of N Sikki Reddy and Ashwini Ponnappa in doubles and the talented Gayatri Gopichand had to withdraw. Both Sikki and Gayatri are injured. In his absence, the responsibility will be on Tanisha Crasto, Shruti Mishra, Simran Singhi, Ritika Thaker and Trisa Jolly.

In women’s singles, world number seven Sindhu is accompanied by inexperienced players like Akarshi Kashyap and Unnati Hooda. Both, however, have been selected after a rigorous trial and are extremely talented. Apart from India, South Korea, America and Canada are in Group D. A total of 16 teams are divided into groups of four and the top two teams from each group will play the knockouts. Chinese Taipei is the toughest opponent for India in the men’s section and South Korea in the women’s section.

Results of Senior Women’s National Hockey Championship

Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab and Maharashtra registered victories in their pool matches on the second day of the 12th Hockey India Senior Women’s National Championship on Saturday. Two goals from Prashu Singh Parihar (23rd and 51st minutes) and a goal each from Jyoti Pal (1st minute) and Seema Verma (21st minute) helped Madhya Pradesh beat Bihar 4-0 in Pool A. In Pool B, Haryana beat Bengal 18-0 in a one-sided match. In Pool C, Punjab won 9-0 over Tripura and in Pool D, Maharashtra won 2-0 over Uttarakhand.

Nadal lost

Spanish star Rafael Nadal may have crashed out of the Madrid Open quarter-finals after losing to Carlos Alcarez but that doesn’t worry him as he is still focused on the French Open, which begins on May 22. Nadal said after the defeat in three sets on Friday, I accept this defeat. I know which way to stay so that I can do well in Paris in two-and-a-half weeks’ time I’m working on

Nadal returned to play at the Madrid Open after six weeks to recover from injury. He said that the ideal would have been not to play in it but he is happy to play in it. He said, I did what I could

Para badminton player Sukant Kadam got angry

Para badminton player Sukant Kadam on Saturday expressed dismay over not finding a place in the core list of the Target Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS), saying he was disappointed with the unfair selection process and wanted Sports Minister Anurag Thakur to intervene in the matter. Kadam, the world number three player and the current national champion in the SL4 category, has not found a place in the core list of TOPS. This list was released by the Sports Authority of India (SAI) on Friday. Kadam won the gold medal in the fourth Para National tournament in Odisha and then went on to win two gold and silver medals in the Spanish Para Badminton International tournament.

Kadam tweeted, “Extremely disappointed and discouraged about Sai, the current world No. 3 player and national champion, but this is not enough to make it to the TOPS scheme.” I urge Honorable Anurag Thakur to pay immediate attention to this unfair selection.

Strong performance by Lahiri and Tvesa

India’s Anirban Lahiri is tied 10th after the second round of the Wells Fargo Golf Championship with a two-under 68 amid rain and cold weather. He was ranked joint 38th last night. Lahiri is six strokes behind top-seeded Jason Dey. Dey scored three-under 67.

Indian golfer Tevessa Malik entered the cut at the Madrid Ladies Open with two birdies on the back nine in tough conditions. Trying to regain momentum this year, Tvesa scored an under 71 and is ranked joint 56th. India’s Vaani Kapoor and Amandeep Dral missed out on the cut. Vani missed a shot while 64 players advanced to the next round. Finland’s Tia Koivisto took a one-stroke lead.

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