Familiar ending for Deepika
The Morning Standard|July 31, 2021
IT must have felt like deja vu for Deepika Kumari ahead of her Olympic quarterfinal faceoff against South Korea’s An San in the women’s individual recurve section.
AYANTAN CHOWDHURY

The Korean was considered a rising star when the pair met at the Tokyo test event back in 2019. The end result was a 0-6 humbling for the Indian ace. On Friday, once again it was the same venue, the same opponent and eventually a similar result as well.

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