Asian Wrestling Championship: Sarita in final; Seema, Pooja to battle for bronze
Reigning titleholder Sarita Mor made a remarkable comeback after a narrow opening-round defeat to storm into the 59kg final whilst Seema Bisla (50kg) and Pooja (76kg) will battle for bronze medals after losing their particular respective semifinals on Asian Championship, in Almaty (Kazakhstan) on Thursday.
Sarita, who won silver inside 2020 championship in New Delhi, lost the woman orifice bout to Mongolia’s Shoovdor Baatarjav by 4-5 margin but came back highly in the next round against Kazakhstan’s Diana Kayumova, winning by technical superiority in the 1st period.
The lanky Kazkah had great get to but Sarita was agile and aggressive. After making a passivity point, Sarita unleashed a flurry of moves, starting with a take-down and used that up with a gut-wrench and a few revealing techniques.
Against Kyrgyzstan’s Nuraida Anarkulova in semi-final, Sarita ended up being once again intense from the beginning and finished the bout in a jiffy with quick expose techniques after finding the woman opponent.
She now has actually a chance to just take payback on Shoovdor, who additionally achieved the summit conflict.
In the 50kg competitors, Seema had an awful begin as she destroyed her orifice bout by autumn against Kazakhstan’s Valentina Ivanovna but made a very good return next round against Mongolian Anudari Nandintsetseg.
Trailing 0-2, Seema got on-board with a passivity point and a takedown. She never ever looked straight back from then on winning more point by using gut-wrench and in the end won 7-3.
She encountered a stiff challenge from Uzbekistan’s Jasmina Immaeva in semifinal which she lost 2-3.
She will now have to conquer Taipei’s Yung Hsun Lin to win bronze medal.
In 76 kg, Pooja won her very first bout 2-0 once the Korean Seoyeon Jeong was too passive and then followed that with a triumph by autumn against Uzbekistan’s Ozoda Zaripboeva.
Mainly making things through right-leg assaults, Pooja discovered a move — once again a right-leg assault — in the beginning of the 2nd duration which led her to pinning the woman opponent.
She, though, was no match to Elmira Syzdykova when you look at the semifinals once the Kazak pinned this lady with a sensational move.
When you look at the 68kg, Nisha was ousted after losing both the woman bouts by autumn.
Despite dominating an important section of the woman second-round bout that she led 6-0 with right knee attacks, Nisha destroyed to the Korean Eun Sun Jeong. She had lost her very first round to Mongolia’s Delgermaa Enkhsaikhan.
Published at Thu, 15 Apr 2021 09:14:05 +0000