Indian women’s hockey team midfielder Salima Tete feels the team have gained lot of confidence after the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Salima Tete has said that the Indian women’s hockey team has their head up after a sooting performance in Tokyo Olympics 2020.

Salima Tete, a 19-year-old midfielder thinks that the Indian team has gained a lot of confidence after the Tokyo Olympics 2020. The Indian thinks this confidence will help India in bringing more glory and titles to India. Indian women’s hockey team performed very well in this year’s Tokyo Olympics. Even though the women’s team couldn’t bring a medal to the country but their performance was worth watching.

This year’s Indian Women’s hockey team qualified for the semifinals for the first time in their history of the Olympics. Captain Rani Rampal helped the women’s hockey team to finish in such a top position in the Olympic games for the first time. Even Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi congratulated the Indian women’s hockey team for their stupendous efforts in the 2020 Olympics. Olympics.

India was playing against Australia in the quarter-final match in Olympics 2020 and they defeated (Indian team) the three-time gold medalists in Olympics (Australia) to qualify for their first semifinal match which was against Argentina. Rani Rampal’s side lost the semifinals but won the hearts of many Indian fans. Indian women’s hockey team midfielder Salima Tete has praised the team and said that this will give them a huge boost in future games.

“We may not have won a medal, but we have certainly gained a lot of confidence from the way we played in Tokyo and it’s going to help us to grow as a team and produce much better results in the future,” Salima Tete said in a Hockey India media release.

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