Tokyo Olympics Boxing 2021: Lovlina Borgohain Quarter-Final Match Schedule, Opponent, Prediction, Live Streaming In India

Tokyo Olympics Boxing 2021: Lovlina Borgohain Quarter-Final Match Schedule, Opponent, Prediction, Live Streaming In India

Assamese boxer Lovlina Borgohain defeated Germany’s Apetz 3-2 to reach the boxing quarter-final match of the women’s welterweight category in the Tokyo Olympics 2021

The first woman boxer from Assam, India, Lovlina Borgohain displayed a commanding performance against Germany’s veteran pugilist Nadine Apetz at the Kokugikan Arena, during the 2021 Tokyo Olympics on Tuesday. Following a split decision win, the Indian boxer from Assam has now moved into the quarter-final of the Women’s Welterweight division (64 to 69kg). Read on to know about Lovlina’s last obstacle before she goes for the gold.

Tokyo Olympics Live: Lovlina Borgohain Boxing Quarter-Final Match Schedule And Live Streaming 

The 23-year-old Indian boxer will be facing Chinese Taipei’s Chen Nien-Chin in the Women’s Welterweight Quarterfinal on Saturday, 30th July (8.48am IST). A former world champion, Chen made her way into the quarterfinals after defeating Italy’s Angela Carini 3-2. She went head-to-head with Lovlina previously at the 2018 World Championships in the semifinals of the tournament. The match was won by Chen

Prediction: Having already faced Chen in a match and lost to her, fear is less likely to overwhelm Lovlina this time. She will hopefully advance into the quarterfinal with a calm and cautious demeanor and bring the bronze medal home. 

Lovlina Borgohain vs Chen Nien-Chin Live Streaming Details

Sony Sports Network has acquired the official broadcasting rights for the Olympics in India. Thus, Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 2, Sony Ten 3 and Sony Six will telecast the quarterfinal bout. In fact, Sony LIV will live stream all the events of 2021 Tokyo Olympics. Indian viewers can also watch the events on Doordarshan.

India: Sony Sports Network, SonyLIV, Doordarshan

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China: TVB, ViuTV, Hong Kong Open TV, Cable TV, Now TV

UK: BBC 1, BBC 2, BBC iPlayer, Eurosport, Discovery+

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USA: NBC, Peacock TV, fuboTV 11.18pm EST

Canada: CBC, TSN, Sportsnet, TLN

Australia: Channel 7, 7plus, 7Two, 7Mate

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Indian fans have all their eyes on Lovlina Borgohain now as they hope to see her transform India’s medal tally from one to two. Apart from her triumph, day 4 of the Tokyo Olympics also saw India beat Spain in Men’s Hockey. As for Badminton, though Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankireddy beat the British pair of British pair of Ben Lane and Sean Vendy, they crashed out of the Olympics.

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