At the Tokyo Olympics, Pakistan’s badminton player Mahur Shehzad was knocked out of the event after losing for the second time in a row, while in the 100m freestyle swimming, Haseeb Tariq finished 62nd out of 70 in the heats.
Two Pakistani athletes were in action at the Tokyo Olympics on Tuesday. In the morning, Pakistan’s Mahur Shehzad competed against Britain’s Christy Glamor in badminton.
In the 31-minute bout, Mahur lost the street games 14-21 and 14-21.
Mahur had earlier been defeated by Yamaguchi of Japan in the first match. After two consecutive defeats in the group, Pakistan’s first badminton Olympian Mahur Shehzad ended his journey in competitions.
In the 100m freestyle swimming, Haseeb Tariq of Pakistan was in action in the heats. Haseeb Tariq finished 62nd out of 70 swimmers.
He was 6.1 seconds behind the first-place swimmer in the heats, while the 16th-ranked swimmer was 5.3 points behind Haseeb. Slow down for seven seconds.
Pakistan’s next action at the Tokyo Olympics is now on Thursday when judoka Shah Hussain Shah will face Egypt’s Ramzan Darwish in the men’s 100kg bout.
Shah Hussain’s bout will start at 7 am.
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