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India at Olympics 2012- Day 6

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Day 6 was again a mix up of success and failure for India
While Vijender Singh made it to the quarter finals in boxing, other boxer Jai Bhagwan could not manage to keep up the tempo.
- London Olympics: Vijender Singh enters quarterfinals
- Indian pugilist Jai Bhagwan boxed out
Similar was the case with Badminton. As expected Saina Nehwal made it to Semifinal but Kashyap could not move ahead. He Had a tough competition from World no. 2 shuttler and it would have been a surprise had Kashyap won this fight. But he has come a long way.
- Kashyap goes down fighting to Lee Chong Wei at Olympics
What Kashyap had on Day 6, Saina will have on Day 7. She will come across World no.1 Yihan Wang who has never lost to Saina till date.
Guess am too late to write this post. Recent update says Saina lost her semifinal match in straight sets. One more and the worst of all the disappointments. Saina Nehwal was India's most favorable chance of getting a gold medal. Indians will be disappointed today.
- Saina loses against Yihan Wang in semifinal
Apart from that India still has some hopes in mixed doubles tennis event where Sania Mirza- Leander Paes sailed into 2nd round. I hope they get better in their game to reach as ahead as possible.
- London Olympics: Sania Mirza & Leander Paes move into quarterfinals
Another disappointment comes from shooting event. Ronjan Sodhi who was one of the major contenders of medal for India could not make it to the final. According to him, it was his worst performance ever and he has never played so badly before.

- India's double trap shooter Ronjan Sodhi out

Well, what can we say, one more event closed for India.

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