India’s tennis player Prajmesh Gunneswaran wins Bronze for India in the wake of losing to Uzbekistan’s Denis Istominat in the Men’s Semi-Finals at the Asian Games 2018. However, the outing ensures another medal for India. The game between the two went on for around a hour and 15 minutes. The game in the first set began extremely well for the Indian as he was driving the amusement by 40-0. Yet, Prajnesh confronted an extreme time as and when the diversion continued and after that in a sudden turnaround of event, Denis took away the game by 2-0. The Indian made a decent attempt to make a rebound yet couldn’t make a rebound and lost the first set by 6-2.
The second set was the same for the Indian expert. In the 35-minute long set, the Indian couldn’t make a rebound. In the second set, Prajnesh looked exceptionally resolved to equal the initial investment and even leveled the scored yet had no response to the wonderful strokes by the Uzbeki tennis player. Prajnesh Gunneswaran lost the game by 6-2. At one of the crossroads of the diversion, the Indian was even cautioned for his conduct on the court as he hit the ball furiously noticeable all around subsequent to trailing behind by 4-2. Plenty of unforced errors were made during the players.
The Indian tennis unforeseen has sacked a few bronze and a gold. Before this, Ankita Raina stowed bronze in women’s singles and Rohan Bopanna-Divij Sharan won a gold in men’s doubles event.