India's women wrestling continued to disappoint at the Tokyo Olympics. On Friday, 50kg wrestler Seema Bisla lost her opening pre-quarters fight to Sarra Hamdi of Tunisia 1-3. It was a shoddy start by the Indian, who for her passivity contracted a shot clock, thus giving the Tunisian the lead after the opening round. As for the final round, Sarra pushed Seema out of the mat to double her lead. ALSO READ: Tokyo Olympics: Wishes flood in as Ravi Kumar Dahiya claims silver medal in wrestling Meanwhile, Seema suffered her second shot clock, extending Sarra's lead by three. Although the Indian pushed the Tunisian out of the mat to score her opening point, the latter hurled at her to comfortably win the contest in the final few seconds. #IND's Seema Bisla missed out on a quarter-final place in women's 50kg #wrestling, losing 1-2 by points to #TUN's Sarra Hamdi. #Tokyo2020 | #UnitedByEmotion | #StrongerTogether — #Tokyo2020 for India (@Tokyo2020hi) August 6, 2021 With this, India's campaign in women's wrestling has come to an end at the Games, which finishes without a semi-final appearance. Meanwhile, among men, Ravi Kumar Dahiya won the silver medal on Thursday. NOTE: Asianet News humbly requests everyone to wear masks, sanitise, maintain social distancing and get vaccinated as soon as eligible. Together we can and will break the chain #ANCares #IndiaFightsCorona

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