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MC Mary Kom in quarterfinals, India off to good start at Mongolian tourney

PTI
Published Jun 21, 2017, 8:13 pm IST
Updated Jun 21, 2017, 8:44 pm IST
Mohamed Hussamuddin (56kg) and King's Cup bronze-medallist Rohit Tokas (64kg) were among the winners in the men's draw.
MC Mary Kom returning to competitive action after a one-year hiatus. (Photo: PTI)
 MC Mary Kom returning to competitive action after a one-year hiatus. (Photo: PTI)

New Delhi: Five-time world champion MC Mary Kom (51kg) got a bye into the quarterfinals as India were off to a good start at the Ulaanbaatar Cup boxing tournament with two wins on the opening day in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia .

Mary Kom, returning to competitive action after a one-year hiatus, will take on the winner of the bout between Russia's Anna Aedma and Korea' Chol Mi Bang on Thursday.

 

Strandja Memorial silver-medallist Mohamed Hussamuddin (56kg) and King's Cup bronze-medallist Rohit Tokas (64kg) were among the winners in the men's draw.

Hussamuddin defeated Kyrgyzstan's Almanbet Alibekov to enter the quarterfinals. He will face China's Ma Xin Ming on Thursday.

Rohit defeated Russia's Dorjo Dakhaev to also enter the quarterfinals. He will now face Chinzorig Baatarsukh of Mongolia.

However, Jaideep (75kg) bowed out after losing his opening bout to China's Zhan Chao Feng.

Commonwealth Games and Asian Championships silver-medallist L Devendro Singh (52kg), King's Cup gold-medallist K Shyam Kumar (49kg) and Asian youth silver-medallist Ankush Dahiya (64kg) advanced to the quarters after getting first-round byes.

 

Devendro will face Russia's Yusupov Dimitrii, while Shyam Kumar will be up against Enkhmandakh Kharkhuu of Mongolia in his last-eight stage contest.

Ankush will also be squaring off against a Mongolian in Dulgunn.

Duryodhan Singh (69kg) has also made the quarterfinals straightaway because of the small size of the draw. He will take on Mongolia's Byamba-Erdene Otgonbaatar.

In the women's draw, Priyanka Chaudhary (60kg) will square off against Mongolia's Bolortuul Tumurkhuyag, while Kalawanti (75kg) will fight it out with China's Huo Run Hui, in their opening bouts.

 

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