Tokyo Olympics: Judoka Sushila Devi with an early departure as she gets knock out with 10-0

Judoka Sushila Devi struggled an early exit as she gets knocked out against Eva Csernoviczki of Hungary with a score of 10-0.

A lot of Indians are in action on Day 2 of the Tokyo Olympics collisions where India started its campaign with a victory over New Zealand in men’s hockey Group A fixture but a misfortune on the other side with Judoka Sushila Devi faced an early exit being knocked out with a score of 10-0 by Eva Csernovizki of Hungary in their round of 32.

2012 London Olympic bronze medalist Eva buckled opponent Sushila Devi for a full 20 seconds as she gets qualified for the next round of 16 collisions against Funa Tonaki of Japan scheduled for Saturday.

Sushila battled tough and appeared promising for the crucial component but struggled with the small misstep she confided that cost her in the round and culminated tragic and her side.

A 26-year-old from Manipur was the only Judo athlete from India to compete at the Olympic Games for this year while it was not so easy for her at the world’s premier mega event’s game. She had privileged for her maiden Games through continental quota.

Sushila, who contends in the 48kg classification takes motivation from Mary Kom and considers the six times boxing champion who will face Miguelina Hernandez tomorrow in the Round of 32 Women’s flyweight event, her inspiration.

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