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Fencer Bhavani Devi wins 9th National crown
Bhavani Devi, India’s first fencer to qualify for the Olympic Games in Tokyo, won her ninth title at the 31st Senior National fencing championships at Uttarakhand on Saturday evening.
Bhavani Devi wins India's 1st ever fencing match in Olympics history
The Indian fencer, ranked world No. 42, lost in the second round of the women’s individual sabre in Tokyo to world No. 3 and Rio Olympian Manon Brunet.
CHADALAVADA ANANDHA SUNDHARARAMAN BHAVANI DEVI
India | Sabre
World Ranking 42
Medal Record 15
26 July 2021, 4:00:00 pm
‘You are an inspiration’: PM Modi reacts to Bhavani Devi’s apology after 2nd round fencing knockout at Olympics 2020
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday lauded India's first-ever fencer in the Olympics CA Bhavani Devi for her commendable performance in Tokyo. She became the Indian fencing player to win a match at the Olympics after registering a confident 15-3 win against Tunisia's Nadia Ben Azizi. However, in the next round, she bumped into Rio Olympics semi-finalist Frenchwoman Manon Brunet, where she lost 7-15.
After getting knocked out from the Tokyo Games, the Indian fencer took to Twitter and apologised for not making it to the next level.
26 July 2021, 8:00:00 am
I Am Sorry: Fencer Bhavani Devi Pens Emotional Note to Fans after Historic Performance at Tokyo 2020
Bhavani Devi, the first Indian fencer to win a round at the Olympics, went out with her head held high as she fought well against France’s Manon Brunet 7-15 in a Round of 32 matches of the women’s individual sabre competition at the Tokyo Olympics on Monday.
Bhavani Devi, from Chennai who had outplayed Nadia Ben Azizi of Tunisia 15-3 to advance, put up a good fight as Manon, the World No. 3 from France who narrowly missed a bronze medal at the Rio Olympics five years ago, was too strong.
“Big Day. It was Excitement & Emotional. I won the first match 15/3 against Nadia Azizi and become the first Indian fencing player to win a match at the Olympics but 2nd match I lost 7/15 against world top 3 player Manon Brunet. I did my level best but couldn’t win. I am sorry," she tweeted.
26 July 2021, 1:00:00 am
Bhavani Devi wins India's 1st ever fencing match in Olympics history, beats Tunisia's Ben Azizi
The first-ever fencer to represent India at the Olympics also became the first to win a bout at the Games as CA Bhavani Devi made a winning start to her historic Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020 on Monday.
Bhavani Devi, 27, making her Games debut showcased nerves of steel as she was in complete control of her Women’s Sabre Individual Table of 64 bouts, beating Tunisia's Nadia Ben Azizi 15-3. Despite a delay in the start to their bout, Bhavani Devi kept her composure and raced to an 8-0 lead. Yes, you read that right!
26 July 2021, 12:30:00 am
Bhavani Devi impresses in India’s Olympic fencing debut
Indian fencer Bhavani Devi put up an inspired show on her Olympic debut before bowing out in the second round of the women’s individual sabre at Tokyo 2020 on Monday.
It nevertheless marked a historic day as India made their debut in fencing in the Olympics, a discipline that has featured at the Summer Games since 1896.
Up against the world No. 3 and Rio Olympian Manon Brunet of France, Bhavani Devi was left playing catch up as the former world championships silver medallist registered a 15-7 win progress in the Round of 16 at the Makuhari Messe Hall.