Hangzhou [China], September 28 (ANI): Japanese boxer Tomoya Tsuboi secured victory over Indian boxer Deepak, eliminating him from the Men’s 46-51KG Round of 16 on the ongoing Asian Games on Thursday.
Tsuboi who’s a 2021 world champion appeared sharp proper from the beginning as he clinched the primary bout with an ideal ten from all judges. The rating areas in favour of the Japanese pugilist with 45-40.
In the second bout, Deepak took on his opponent and claimed the second spherical with a cut up 3-2 win. However, he failed to show across the conflict as he misplaced the third and the ultimate bout however his efforts weren’t sufficient as he bowed out of the occasion following a 4-1 cut up determination.
Earlier within the day, Jaismine Lamboria gained her ladies’s Lightweight (60kg) division spherical of 16 boxing bout towards Saudi Arabia’s Hadeel Ghazwan Ashour after the referee stopped the competition within the second spherical.
The 22-year-old Indian pugilist had scored an ideal 10 in spherical 1. The Saudi boxer had no solutions to Jaismine’s mixture punches within the first spherical. the Indian boxer was in a position to safe a cushty lead after the primary spherical.
It was a straightforward victory for Jaismine, donning blue, as she gained by Referee Stops Contest and moved on to the quarterfinals, which will probably be held on October 1.
Commonwealth Games 2022 bronze medallist Lamboria will tackle Ungyong Won from DPR Korea within the quarter-final on October 1.
Jaismine is one win away from a medal on the Asian Games and sealing a ladies’s 60kg Olympic quota for India. (ANI)