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Mouma bows out of Asiad women's singles TT; Sandeep disqualified

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Jakarta: Mouma Das crashed out of the women's singles table tennis competition at the 2018 Asian Games here on Thursday.

The 34-year-old Indian paddler suffered a 0-4 defeat against Taiwan's Szuyu Chen in a Round of 32 affair.

Chen outclassed Mouma 11-6, 11-5, 11-6, 11-6 to advance to the pre-quarters of the competition.

India's Manika Batra will be up against Thailand's Nanthana Komwong in another Round of 32 match later on Thursday.

Sandeep disqualified in 50 km race walk

Sandeep Kumar was disqualified during the men's 50 kilometre race walk at the 18th Asian Games here on Thursday.

Sandeep received three official warnings during the race which led to his disqualification.

Hayato Katsuki of Japan won gold with a time of four hours, three minutes and 30 seconds. Wang Qin of China took silver with a time of 4:06:48 while South Korea's Joo Hyunmyeong clocked 4:10:21 to bag the bronze medal.

Katsuki was trailing during the initial stages of the race before taking the lead at the 45km mark which he held till the end.

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