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India at Tokyo Olympics: India Tennis Draws out: With only 1 day to go before the start of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, the tennis draws are over. India’s Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina will face Lyudmyla Kichenok and Nadiia Kichenok from Ukraine in Round 1, while Sumit Nagal takes on Denis Istomin from Uzbekistan. Follow Tokyo Olympics and Indian Tennis Live Streaming on SonyLIV and follow all Indian Tennis Live Updates on InsideSport.co.

India at Tokyo Olympics – Indian tennis at Tokyo Olympics: can Sania win her first Olympic medal this time around?

India has always had representations in tennis at the Olympics, but this time only two players qualified to represent India. India will only compete in one event at this year’s Olympics: the women’s doubles event, compared to three events at the last Olympics. Let’s take a look at the members competing in the women’s doubles event.

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Women’s doubles: draw Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina:

World No. 137 Sania Mirza and World No. 100 Ankita Raina take on World No. 48 Lyudmyla Kichenok and World No. 44 Nadiia Kichenok in round 1

Men’s Singles: Draw Sumit Nagal:

World No. 160 Sumit Nagal will compete against World No. 197 Denis Istomin from Uzbekistan and if he advances to Round 2 he will face World No. 2 Daniel Medvedev.

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Sania Mirza & Ankita Raina

Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina are all set to represent India in the women’s doubles event at the Olympics. Sania Mirza will become the first female athlete to represent India at four Olympics, while Ankita Raina will make her Olympic debut.

Sania Mirza had protected her rankings, so she chose Ankita Raina, and they got the official entry into the tournament.

Sania Mirza teamed up with Sunith Rao in Beijing in 2008, Rushmi Chakravathi in London in 2012, Prarthana Thombare in Rio 2016, and Ankita Raina will be her fourth other partner on the straight.

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Sumit Nagal

The world No. 144, Sumit Nagal, has made it to the singles draw of the Tokyo Olympics at the very last minute. None of the Indian singles players had qualified directly for the Olympics, but Nagal was lucky on two accounts.

  • 1st – India has access to the Olympics after several admissions by the top players.
  • 2nd – Had he not been injured Yuki Bhambri would have been awarded entry for the Olympics through his protected position of 127 on ATP charts – but as Bhambri is injured Nagal will represent India at the Olympics despite being on the 144th place on ATP charts.

India at Tokyo Olympics – Tennis Schedule

  • Saturday 24 July (07:30 – 16:30)

– Women’s doubles, first round (Sania Mirza & Ankita Raina)

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India at the Olympics – India Tennis History at the Olympics: Let’s take a look at the medal won by Leander Paes at the 1996 Olympics.

1996 Atlanta 1996 Olympics

India had to wait 44 years to win an individual Olympic medal. Leander Paes ended the drought of the individual Olympic medals by winning a bronze medal in the Olympic singles. He lost to Andre Agassi in the semifinals, but defeated Fernando Meligeni to claim the bronze medal.

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