Sports Bulletin: Nadal to play in Wimbledon, Pakistan cycling team gets India visa, read big news

At present, many big sports tournaments are going on around the world in which many Indian players are also participating. TV9’s sports bulletin is available with big news and information related to all these tournaments (Sports Bulletin), In this bulletin of ours, you will get information from international leagues to domestic tournaments. Today i.e. in the bulletin of June 18, we will give you tennis star Rafael Nadal. (Rafael Nadal) From to Indian table tennis player Ji Sathiyan will give updates. Apart from this, updates of the historic torch relay of 44th Chess Olympiad will also be given.

Sathiyan Gyanasekaran out of WTT Contenders 2022

Indian table tennis player Sathiyan Gnanasekaran suffered a straight-game loss to Chinese Taipei’s Chuang Chih-yuan in the quarterfinals of the WTT Contenders 2022 men’s singles category in Zagreb, Croatia on Saturday. Sathiyan, ranked 34th in the world rankings, lost 7-11 9-11 5-11 to the 18th ranked player. He started his campaign in this tournament with a 6-11 12-10 11-9 12-10 win over defending European champion Darko Jorgi of Slovenia, ranked sixth in the world rankings. Sathiyan then defeated 16-year-old Chen Yuanyu of China 11-9, 11-7, 12-10 to reach the quarter-finals. Sathiyan is part of the Indian table tennis team for the upcoming Commonwealth Games to be held in Birmingham from 28 July to 8 August.

Chennaiyin FC signs up with defender Mohammad Sajid Dhote

Two-time Indian Super League (ISL) champions Chennaiyin FC has signed a new two-year contract with defender Mohammad Sajid Dhote, which will see him stay with the club till 2024. The footballer had played six matches for the club in the last ISL season in which the 24-year-old had impressed a lot. “I am very happy to be a part of this club for two more years,” he said in a release. Last year I got chances and gave my best. I just want to be better. I will do my best for the club.

Pakistan cycling team got visa

Seven members of the Pakistani cycling team will participate in the Asian Elite and Junior Cycling Championships after getting visas from the Indian Embassy. Pakistan Cycling Federation general secretary Moazzam Khan Khair said, “Our team consists of five cyclists and two officers who left yesterday via Wagah border. He said that a PCF official was also supposed to accompany the team but he did not get the visa. The championship started in Delhi on Saturday. Pakistani cyclists will enter the events to be held from June 19. This championship is an Olympic qualifier and the first major tournament after the Corona epidemic. It will get a lot of ranking points.

Rafael Nadal hopes to play at Wimbledon

Rafael Nadal has been able to walk for a week without a limp thanks to a new treatment for his left leg pain, which will see the 22-time Grand Slam champion try his hand at Wimbledon. Nadal said, I want to play in Wimbledon. “If things don’t turn out the way I want them to be, we’ll see what happens,” he said. but I’m happy. I have been walking for a week without a limp. Nadal, troubled by leg pain, said after winning his 14th French Open title two weeks ago that he did not know whether he would be able to continue playing in such trouble. He was able to play the Roland Garros Grand Slam full time only after taking a painkiller injection. But this Spanish player said that he does not want to do this again.

Historic torch relay will start at Indira Gandhi Stadium

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the historic torch relay for the 44th Chess Olympiad at the Indira Gandhi Stadium in the capital Delhi on Sunday evening. On this occasion, the Prime Minister will also address the people present. This information was given by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) on Friday. For the first time this year, the International Chess Federation (FIDE) has introduced the torch relay of the Chess Olympiad, which is part of the Olympic tradition and which was never included in the Chess Olympiad until now. The PMO said that with an aim to take India’s relationship with Chess to new heights, this tradition of torch relay for Chess Olympiad will now always start from India and will pass through all the continents before reaching the host country. FIDE President Arkady Dvorkovic will hand over the torch to the Prime Minister, who will then be handed over to Grandmaster Viswanathan Anand.

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