Sports Bulletin: Malvika, Vidit Gujrathi stopped Chess World Champion Carlson on a draw, read big news from Odisha Open

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29 January Sports Bulletin

The sports bulletin of TV9 is present for all the big news of the day of 29 January. In this bulletin, you will get to know the latest updates of all the sports and all the news related to the players. Tennis world number one Novak Djokovic in today’s bulletin (Novak Djokovic) Which has been embroiled in controversies for some time due to its corona vaccine status. After the Australian Open, now his way to play the French Open has also become difficult. The talk will be here about the Tata Open of Tennis where some big Indian players have got wild card entry.

Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand (Vishwanathan AnandAsian Games to be held in China (Asian Games) Mentor has been created for. Indian Grandmaster Vidit Gujrathi continues his brilliant game in Tata Steel Masters Chess. He stopped world champion Magnus Carlsen on a draw here.

Difficult for Djokovic

France is tightening its Kovid-19 vaccination rules, putting Novak Djokovic in danger of being ruled out of the French Open. From February 15, the rules for entry into sports venues in France will be further tightened, in which anyone who has not been vaccinated for the corona virus will have to test Kovid-19 positive in the last four months – which is less than the current six-month window. must provide proof of. The government plans to ban people who have not been vaccinated from stadiums, restaurants, bars and other public places to combat the virus. Djokovic has not been vaccinated and said he had tested positive for COVID-19 in mid-December. In the current rule of six months window, he can play in the French Open starting on May 22.

Vishwanath Anand to become mentor for Asian Games

Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand will be the ‘mentor’ of Indian players ahead of the Asian Games to be held in China. Chess is making a comeback in the Asian Games after 12 years. The All India Chess Federation (AICF) expects Indian players to win a lot of medals in the Games to be held from September 10 to 25. “We hope to win four gold medals in these games,” AICF said in a release. For this, the great players will see Grandmaster Anand in a different role who will be the mentor of the team. The first session between him and the players will be on next Thursday. India won two bronze medals in chess at the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games.

Vidit Gujrathi held Magnus Carlsen to a draw

Indian Grandmaster Vidit Gujrathi held world number one Magnus Carlsen to a draw in the 11th round of Tata Steel Masters Chess and is now joint fourth with six points . On the other hand, R Pragyanandada is in joint 12th place with 3.5 points after losing to Fabiano Caruana of America. Carlsen is still on top with 7.5 points . On the other hand, Anish Giri of the Netherlands was defeated by compatriot Jordan Van Forest and is now in third place while Richard Rapport has moved up to second place. Rapport got a walkover against Daniil Dubov of Russia, who could not play due to corona infection. . There are two more rounds left of the tournament.

Odisha Open: Malvika dropped after losing to Unnati Hooda

Yuva Unnati Hooda performed brilliantly to enter the final of Odisha Open badminton women’s singles category by defeating in-form Malvika Bansod. 14-year-old Unnati took on title contender Malvika in a thrilling 50-minute semi-final 24. 22, 24 . 22. Malvika recently defeated Saina Nehwal in India Open and reached the final in Syed Modi International tournament in which PV Sindhu defeated her. He had also defeated number one Tasneem Mir in the junior world rankings in the pre – quarter finals .

Prajnesh and Arjun Kadhe get wild cards for Tata Open

Indian tennis players Prajnesh Gunneswaran and Arjun Kadhe have received wilds in the singles section of the Tata Open Maharashtra to advance to the main draw. The Tata Open Maharashtra will be held after a gap of a year from January 31 to February 6 at the Balewadi Stadium. Apart from Gunneswaran and Kadhe, the tournament’s singles main draw also features Yuki Bhambri and Ramkumar Ramanathan, which sees four Indian players taking on the challenge. Local player Kadhe won his first national title in 2020 while Prajnesh is a 2018 Asian Games medalist. Both these players have participated in all three seasons of South East Asia’s only ATP 250 tournament.

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