Asian Games: Indian Taekwondo Players Ousted

Updated: 02 October 2014 15:52 IST

Saurav lost in the men's 63kg quarter-final to Afghanistan's Abasi Ahmad Roman's 4-5. In the round of 16, Saurav had beaten Sujan Joshi 8-5 at Ganghwa Dolmens Gymnasium.

Asian Games: Indian Taekwondo Players Ousted
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Incheon:

India's taekwondo players had another bad day in the office as none among the men and women in the fray could make it to the medal round at the Asian Games in Incheon on Thursday.

Saurav lost in the men's 63kg quarter-final to Afghanistan's Abasi Ahmad Roman's 4-5. In the round of 16, Saurav had beaten Sujan Joshi 8-5 at Ganghwa Dolmens Gymnasium. (Medal Tally)

In the men's 68 kg, Shiv Kumar lost to Alasmari Ghazi Mushabbab of Saudi Arabia 7-11.

In the women's 62 kg event, Assam girl Rekha Ranee Gogoi was thrashed by Chia Chia Chuang of Chinese Taipei 0-15 in a quarter-final bout.

India's Shreya Singh gave a tough fight before being pipped 6-7 by host nation's Wonjin Lee in the women's 67 kg event.

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