India's Ravi Kumar enters final of 57kg freestyle event at Senior U-23 World Wrestling Championship

Indian wrestler Ravi Kumar on Friday defeated Uzbekistan's Jahongirmirza Turobov to enter the finals of 57kg freestyle event at the Senior U-23 World Championship in Bucharest.

Press Trust of India November 16, 2018 23:22:57 IST
India's Ravi Kumar enters final of 57kg freestyle event at Senior U-23 World Wrestling Championship

New Delhi: Indian wrestler Ravi Kumar on Friday defeated Uzbekistan's Jahongirmirza Turobov to enter the finals of 57kg freestyle event at the Senior U-23 World Championship in Bucharest.

Indias Ravi Kumar enters final of 57kg freestyle event at Senior U23 World Wrestling Championship

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According to information received, the Indian outwitted Turobov 10-8 in the semifinals and will face Japan's Toshihiro Hasegawa in the final on Saturday.

Toshihiro defeated China's Wanhao Zou 5-2 in the another semi-final.

In the quarter-finals, Ravi had outclassed Ukraine's Taras Markovych 12-4, while getting past Razvan Marian Kovacs of Romania in the round of 16.

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