Sumit Nagal turned out to be just the third Indian tennis player to win a singles men’s match at the Olympic Games. He turned into the first to win for India in quite a while. He edged past Denis Istomin in this match.
Nagal went past Istomin with the score 6-4 6-7(6) 6-4. This match required two hours and 34 minutes and was held at the Ariake Tennis Center.
In the following round he will confront Daniil Medvedev who is positioned second on the planet.
At the 1996 Atlanta Games, Zeeshan Ali turned into the main Indian to dominate a singles game by beating Fernando Meligeni of Brazil.
Leander Paes was the subsequent Indian to have gone past the first round.
At the 2012 Games held in London, Vishnu Vardhan and Somdev Devvarman contended yet they didn’t figure out how to go past the first round obstacle .
In the following round Nagal will take on Australian Open next in line and positioned second on the planet Daniil Medvedev, who beat Alexander Bubilk of Kazakhstan.