Olympics 2020: Top Results Roundup Day 2

    The News Facts brings you the Results roundup from Olympics 2020, day 2 from Tokyo.

    Here are the highlights and results in various sports from this morning and afternoon to bring you on Day 2 at Tokyo 2020:

    Badminton: P.V. Sindhu (IND) defeated Israel’s Ksenia Polikarpova in straight games in women’s singles Group J; Indonesia’s Anthony Ginting also recorded a straight-games win over Gergely Krausz (HUN) in men’s singles Group J.

    Tokyo : Big Results on Day 2, Olympics 2020

    Medal Tally Day 2 Olympics 2020

    Softball: Australia 1 United States 2 in an extra-inning contest, with Monica Abbott (USA) striking out 13 in a complete-game 8-inning effort.

    Basketball: Competition is underway, with the Czech Republic beating Iran 84–78 in the men’s opening game.

    Beach volleyball: Evandro Goncalves/Bruno Oscar Schmidt of Brazil opened with a 2–1 win over Chile’s Marco and Esteban Grimalt, after dropping the middle set.

    Canoe slalom: Competition has begun with the heats. Slovenia’s Benjamin Savsek leads the men’s after the first run with a total time of 98.82.

    Hockey: After defending champions Great Britain lost in women’s Pool A to Germany, Australia and New Zealand each recorded victories in Pool B, 3–1 over Spain and 3–0 over Argentina respectively.

    Volleyball: There were wins for both U.S. teams today, the men beating France and the women over Argentina, in straight sets.


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