Indian players have performed well on the seventh day of the Tokyo Olympics. While the Indian hockey team registered a victory, PV Sindhu and archer Atanu Das made it to the quarterfinals by winning their respective matches.
Indian shuttler PV Sindhu defeated Denmark's Mia Blichfeldt 21-15, 21-13 in the round-16 match played today. PV Sindhu won this match in just 41 minutes. Now PV Sindhu will face the winner of the match between Akane Yamaguchi of Japan and Kim Gown of South Korea in the last eight.
Atanu Das registered a thrilling win against the Chinese Taipei archer. Atanu Das achieved this victory by putting the last arrow on 9 points. Before the fifth set, both the archers had won two sets each. Even before shooting the last arrow, both the players were on equal footing.
In the end, the Indian archer scored the victory by targeting 9. While the Chinese Taipei archer had hit seven on the last arrow.