It remains the last hockey gold for India at the Olympics. Leander Paes, bronze medal – men’s singles tennis, Atlanta 1996; Karnam Malleswari, bronze medal – women’s 54 kg weightlifting, Sydney 2000; Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, silver medal – men’s double trap shooting, Athens 2004
India could win medals in tennis in 2028 and 2032 Olympics, says Yuki Bhambri. NEW DELHI: Ace lawn tennis star Yuki Bhambri believes that India could win Olympic medals in tennis in the 2028 and ...
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With losing semi-finalists getting bronze medals at the World Table Tennis Championships Finals 2021, one win in either of these quarter-final matches will ensure India a medal at the US meet. India have won only two medals at the world table tennis championships, both at the inaugural edition in 1926.
Indian tennis player Leander Paes won India its first and the only Olympic medal in tennis in the form of bronze medal he won at the Atlanta Olympics on August 3, 1996. Paes won the bronze medal playoff match after having progressed to the semi-final of the men's singles tournament where he lost to eventual gold medallist Andre Agassi. short by Dishant Sharma / 04:23 pm on 03 Aug.
India has won 35 medals at the Olympics since the 1900 edition. Here’s a brief about each of the Indian Olympic winners. By Rahul Venkat. 7 August 2021 5:21. A two-medal haul on their debut kick-started India’s campaign at the Olympics. India has since won 35 medals across 24 Olympic Games - including golds, silvers and bronze.
Tennis at the 1906 Intercalated Games — these Intercalated Games are no longer regarded as official Games by the International Olympic Committee; Notes ^a The Olympic medal table is ranked first by the number of gold medals won and then by silver and bronze medals if there is a tie. References General "Results database".
India is one win away from a historic medal in women’s doubles and mixed doubles as it reached the quarterfinals of the World table tennis championships here on Friday.
India is one win away from a historic medal in women's doubles and mixed doubles as it reached the quarterfinals of the World table tennis championships here on Friday. Manika Batra in partnership with Archana Kamath defeated the Hungarian pair of Dora Madarasz and Pota Georgina 11-4, 11-9, 6-11, 11 ...