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Tokyo Olympics: Sumit Nagal’s Tokyo debut ends as he got beaten by world number two Daniil Medvedev

Sumit Nagal was outlasted by world number two Daniil Medvedev as his Olympic debut ends in round 2 at the men’s tennis singles.

India’s Sumit Nagal lumps out of the Tokyo Olympics by world number two Daniil Medvedev who beat the opponent 2-6, 1-6 at the tennis men’s singles of the mega event.

Naval, who is still attempting for playing ATP Tour events annually, had already inscribed his name in the record by qualifying for the event and was the only player from India in men’s tennis since Leander Paes to advance to the Round 2 of the games.


Medvedev easily managed to smash the 160th ranked Indian within 66 minutes at court 1 of the Ariake Tennis Centre.

World number two, Medvedev had reached this year’s Australian Open final where he lost to world number one Novak Djokovic who has already earned his three Grand Slams of the year with just one left at the US Open. The competition for the Indian was pretty clear against world-class Medvedev.

Nagal had played the 20 times Grand Slam Champion Roger Federer at the US Open which was his Grand Slam debut in the year 2019 and that’s where he received his instant of the limelight.

Daniil began with superiority from the first set only where Sumit fell serves of the game in front of the Russian’s influential strokes. He although supervised to hit an occasional winner but that was not enough to supervise world number 2.