Olympics medallist Dahiya pinned in Asian Games trials

Vinayak Padmadeo wrote this news. Ravi Dahiya, a silver medallist in the Olympics, will not participate in any more competitions this season. He will not compete in the Asian Games. He will also not compete in the World Championships, which is important for qualifying for the Paris Olympics. Dahiya did not qualify in the 57kg trials for the Asian Games today. In a humiliating defeat, Dahiya was held down on the wrestling mat with a score of 20-8 in favor of Atish Todkar. Dahiya made his knee injury worse, and it’s affected him for the rest of the season. The doctors had already told him that he needed surgery because he has a torn meniscus and a torn ligament in his knee. However, the 25-year-old didn’t listen to the advice because he really wanted to participate in the trials. Now, he wants to see the famous bone doctor Dr. Dahiya’s mentor, Arun Kumar, said that they have requested a meeting with Dr. Pardiwala and they believe that he will meet with them on Tuesday. They had previously visited a doctor in Shalimar Bagh because Dahiya was feeling pain while training. We were informed that surgery was the only choice available. He had a desire to learn and participate in the tests. “We believe he might be prepared by January of the following year,” Kumar stated. Dahiya hurt his knee on the right side in February. He is courageous, but during training, we could tell that he wasn’t fully healthy. We kept this injury a secret because we didn’t want anyone to focus on it. But now we know we have to get the surgery done,” Kumar said. Aman qualifies Reigning Asian Championships gold medallist Aman Sehrawat proved he was the best in the 57kg class by defeating Rahul, a fellow trainee at the Chhatrasal Stadium, with a score of 10-2, securing a spot in the Asian Games. Rahul defeated Todkar with a score of 10-0 in the semifinals. In the 65kg category, Vishal Kaliraman won first place by defeating Rohit with a score of 9-3 in the final, instead of Sujeet Kalkal. Kalkal’s request in the High Court to challenge the exemption given to Bajrang Punia was not successful. Even though Vishal won, he will be considered as a backup. Being in this situation makes me feel very unhappy. I won four matches today, which means I won the competition. Because of this, I won’t be participating in the Asian Games. Vishal said that it is not right or fair to send Bajrang without a trial. Deepak Punia and Sumit Malik also made it to the team by beating their opponents. As part of the final list for the Asian Games, standby names will be sent in all weight categories. Before, only the backup wrestlers in Bajrang Punia’s weight category and Vinesh Phogat’s category were going to be sent.

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