India's star grappler Bajrang Punia on Friday endured a right knee injury while contending in a nearby Russian competition, not exactly a month prior to the beginning of the Tokyo Olympics. Notwithstanding, his mentor Shako Bentinidis guaranteed him that there is nothing to stress over. Contending in the Ali Aliyev competition, Bajrang was facing A Kudyev in the elimination round when he supported the injury. Everything began with a right leg assault that Bajrang dispatched on the Russian yet Kudyev got hold of Bajrang's right leg and pulled him.
With Bajrang lying on his back on the mat, Kudyev went for a pin however the Indian, squirming excruciatingly, had surrendered by then, at that point.
The official quickly halted the session and called the physio. Bajrang was battling to stand and was considered limping to be he relinquished the session.
"He is fine and ordinary. He has been given an agony-killing infusion. It doesn't look genuine, he ought to be all right," Bajrang's Georgian mentor Shako Bentinidis told PTI from Russia.
One of India's decoration top choices at the Tokyo Games, Bajrang has been in Russia for half a month now as he avoided the Poland Open, liking to prepare in Russia.
Injury Scare For Bajrang Punia Ahead Of Tokyo OlympicsIndia's star grappler Bajrang Punia on Friday endured a right knee injury while contending in a nearby Russian competition, not exactly a month prior to the beginning of the Tokyo Olympics.
Ali Aliyev meet used to be an ordinary occasion on UWW's yearly schedule however this year the Russian Federation didn't get authorization from the world overseeing body due to the Covid pandemic.
The Russian Federation then, at that point proceeded with the competition to coordinate it at the nearby level.Dr. Dhillon Randeep
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