Despite starting with a lead, India lost their momentum after Belgium's attacking mode in the following quarters. Optimistically, the campaign is still on for the Indian team with hopes of bagging the bronze.
As per reports, the government's 'top house advisor', on Wednesday, told the parliamentary health committee that it was important to reduce the number of Olympic officials and others attending the various events.
On Thursday, Mary Kom's journey towards bagging the second Olympic medal ended with a defeat. The veteran boxer was saddened after she lost a close fight against Colombian Ingrit Valencia in the pre-quarters.
On Sunday, PV Sindhu played against Ksenia Polikarpova in the opening match. The 26-year-old badminton champ majored in the game with her attacking techniques, marking her first win in the Tokyo campaign.
Sharing the telephonic conversation, Rohan Bopanna urged AITA to stop lying and blaming the players for the ongoing controversy. Also, Indian tennis legend Mahesh Bhupati extended his support to Bopanna.
Last month, Hima Das had sustained a hamstring injury in 100m heats during the National Inter-State Athletics Championships. While Hima is still recovering from the injury, she had to pull out of the Tokyo games.