Archery World Cup 2018, Recurve Mixed Team Quarterfinal: India vs Japan, Live match updates

By Sportskeeda Desk | Last ModifiedMay 24, 2018 13:10 IST

The event is underway!


13:10 (IST)24 MAY 2018

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13:10 (IST)24 MAY 2018

A shock defeat for India. 

13:10 (IST)24 MAY 2018

The Indian pair started off really well, but the Japanese pair proved to be superior as they clawed their way back in the tie and ultimately won it in the shoot-off.

13:03 (IST)24 MAY 2018

It could not have been any closer

13:02 (IST)24 MAY 2018

We are heading into the Shoot-Off

13:00 (IST)24 MAY 2018

It's all square now.

12:57 (IST)24 MAY 2018

Deepika Kumari and Atanu Das are showing their mettle, but the Japanese duo has bounced back in the 3rd set. It will be interesting to see what happens in the 4th set. 

12:54 (IST)24 MAY 2018

Brief scores at the end of the 2nd set

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Brief scores

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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's LIVE updates of 2018 Hyundai Antalya Archery World Cup: India vs Japan

12:38 (IST)24 MAY 2018

Today we will see the archer's going head-to-head in the Mixed Team of both Recurve and Compound. India's performance at the 2018 Hyundai Antalya Archery World Cup has been below par this time around, with only the compound women’s team making it to the Finals and having the chance to win a gold medal for the country. India's Divya Dhayal, Muskan Kirar and Jyothi Surekha Vennam will take on archers from Chinese Taipei in this Final. Making it to the Final is a boon for the trio as it will give them the much needed confidence for the upcoming Asian Games.

Meanwhile, the recurve women's team will be taking on the team for Chinese Taipei in the bronze medal match.

In this match, Deepika Kumari and Atanu Das of India will be going head-to-head with 7th seed Japan, who defeated Austria 5-1 in the second round. 

The 2nd seeded Indian duo had an easy challenge in the second round as they eased past 15th seed Denmark's duo of Maja Jager and Johan Weiss, defeating them 5-1. 
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