Sumit Kundu gave a very good account of himself by beating Thailand’s Borworn Kadamduan 3-2 in a restricted quarterfinal match to enter the men’s 75kg semi-finals at the Asian boxing championships in Amman on Monday.
A gold medalist at the Thailand Open up, Sumit showcased his speedy fingers and improved quantity of potent shots to prevail in excess of a high quality opponent in an partaking contest. In the semifinals, Sumit will encounter defending winner Jafarov Saidjamshid of Uzbekistan.
On Sunday night, former Environment Championship bronze medalist and several Asian medalist Shiva Thapa gained his 63.5kg quarterfinal fight versus South Korea’s Minsu Choi with a 4-1 verdict to protected his sixth Asian medal. He turned the most successful male boxer in the event.
Thapa will encounter 2019 Asian champion Bakhodur Usmonov of Tajikistan following.
One more Thai Open winner and countrywide title holder, Govind Sahani (48kg), who received a bye in the to start with spherical, defeated Mansour Khalifa of Kuwait 5- in the quarterfinals to access the medal spherical. .
Meanwhile, Olympian Simranjit Kaur (60kg) shed to two-time Asian Video games gold medalist Yeonji Oh of South Korea 5- to withdraw from the event.
The outcomes (quarterfinals): Males: 48kg: Govind Sahani vs. Mansour Khalifa (Kuw) 5- 63.5kg: Shiva Thapa vs. Minsu Choi (Kor) 4-1 67kg: Amit Kumar misplaced to Muydinkhujaev Asadkhuja (Uzb) 5- 71kg: Sachin shed to Aslanbek Shymbergenov (Kaz) 4-1 75kg: Sumit Kundu vs. Borworn Kadamduan (Tha) 3-2 80kg: Lakshya Chahar misplaced to Aslonov Odiljon (Uzb) 5-.
Ladies: 48kg: Monika missing to Chorong Bak (Kor) 4-1 60kg: Simranjit Kaur missing to Yeonji Oh (Kor) 5-.
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