Home ASIAN GAMES Now medal in Tennis- Ankita Raina wins bronze at the Asian Games

Now medal in Tennis- Ankita Raina wins bronze at the Asian Games


Indian tennis player Ankita Raina won bronze at the Asian Games after losing to China’s Zhang Shuai in the Women’s Singles semifinal. 25-year old Ankita lost 4-6, 6-7 (6) in a hard-fought contest that lasted a little over two hours. With this medal, Ankita became only the second Indian woman to have her name in the Asian Games’ singles medallists list after Sania Mirza who won silver in the 2006 edition in Doha, followed by a bronze by her in 2010, Guangzhou.

Ankita was congratulated by cricket star Virender Sehwag through his tweet, “Congratulations Ankita Raina for the Bronze medal , our first in Tennis in Asian Games 2018.” This is India’s 9th bronze medal and 16th medal overall in this edition of Asian Games.⁠ ⁠ 

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