Wrestling will have eyes on Bajrang
In wrestling at the Tokyo Olympics, India is hoping for a medal from Bajrang Punia in the men’s category. Bajrang will compete in the men’s 65kg category. In the last few years, Bajrang has done exceptionally well in international tournaments. Bajrang will enter as the second seed in Tokyo. Looking at Bajrang’s current form, he will be seen as a medal contender in the Olympics.
Mary Kom would like to make a memorable
Six-time world champion MC Mary Kom will present her challenge in the 51 kg category in the women’s category at the Tokyo Olympics. Famously known as Super Mom, Mary Kom won the bronze medal in the London Olympics. This time Mary Kom would like to create history by winning the second medal in the Olympics. This will probably be Mary Kom’s last Olympics. In such a situation, she would like to make a memorable performance by performing brilliantly in this Olympics.
Saurabh Chaudhary is a strong contender for the medal in shooting
India’s young shooter Saurabh Chaudhary is a strong contender for a medal in the Tokyo Olympics. Saurabh has recently secured the second position in the world rankings. He will compete in the men’s 10m air pistol and mixed 10m air pistol categories in Tokyo. The 19-year-old Saurabh became the youngest shooter to win gold at the 2018 Asian Games.
Expectations from Deepika Kumari in Archery
Deepika Kumari has been the face of Indian archery for the past decade. Deepika won two gold medals in the 2010 Commonwealth Games. Apart from this, he won the bronze medal in the Asian Games played in Guangzhou. Tokyo will be Deepika’s third Olympics. He also participated in the London and Rio Olympics. Recently, Deepika has shown excellent form by winning the gold medal in the Archery World Cup. A medal is expected from Deepika in Tokyo as well.
Neeraj Chopra in athletics
India is still waiting for its first medal in the athletics event at the Olympics. This time in the track and field competition, star javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra is expected to win a medal. Neeraj won gold medal in Asian Games and Commonwealth Games (2018). In January last year, javelin thrower Neeraj qualified for the Tokyo Olympics with a distance of 88.07 meters. If Neeraj is able to perform better than this, then surely India can win a medal in athletics this time.
Sindhu’s attention will be on changing the color of the medal
Rio Olympic silver medalist PV Sindhu will challenge India in women’s singles at the Tokyo Olympics. Last time Sindhu had missed out on gold. Sindhu was defeated by Carolina Marin of Spain in the final at the Rio Olympics. This time Sindhu is expected to change the colour. The reigning world champion Sindhu will enter the medal tally for India in Tokyo.