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Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 57kg – Ravi Kumar enters semi-finals

Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 57kg – Ravi Kumar made it to the semi-finals and had great success at the Tokyo Olympics.

Indian Wrestler Ravi Kumar Dahiya burst into the semi-finals in the 57 kg free-form class in Tokyo Olympics 2020 in Japan on Wednesday, crushing Bulgaria’s Georgi Vangelov in men’s free-form (57kg) 1/4 last to move into the semis.

Wrestling Mens Freestyle 57kg Ravi Kumar enters semi finals

Prior, he made a certain beginning to his Tokyo Olympics crusade, winning by specialized prevalence against Colombia’s Tigreros Urbano over arrive at the men’s free-form 57kg quarterfinals on Wednesday.

Ravi Dahiya was his typical prevailing self and such was the predominance of 23-year Dahiya that he won the two his sessions on specialized prevalence over set up a 57kg elimination round conflict with Kazakhstan’s Nurislam Sanayev.

Prior, the fourth-cultivated Dahiya outmatched Colombia’s Tigreros Urbano (13-2) in his opener and afterward outmaneuvered Bulgaria’s Georgi Valentinov Vangelov (14-4).

Against Urbano, Dahiya stayed prevailing, aside from surrendering a bring down in the main time frame.

The dominant Asian hero nailed the success with one moment and 10 seconds actually staying in the session, which was halted after he dashed to a triumphant lead.

The Indian affected five bring down moves in the subsequent period, showing his specialized ability.

Against Vangelov, Dahiya depended on his twofold leg assaults, constructing his lead continuously.

In the 86 kg class, Deepak Punia capitalized on a simple draw by moving beyond Nigeria’s Ekerekeme Agiomor, the African title bronze medallist by specialized prevalence and afterward won 6-3 against China’s Zushen Lin in the quarterfinal.

The Nigerian had the force yet Deepak was actually strong and won serenely. Against Lin, however, the 22-year-old Indian battled.

He opened up a 3-1 lead yet Lin affected a takedown to make it 3-3 and head-on measures. The official granted two focuses to Deepak for a toss yet the Chinese won the test.

With only 10 seconds to go on standards, Deepak figured out how to get under Lin and with his solid grasp tested both of Lin’s sanity noticeable all around and tossed him for a two-pointer to secure the challenge.

He will currently be facing 2018 best on the planet American David Morris Taylor.