Sachin enters World Boxing Championships pre-quarters; Naveen, Govind bow out | Boxing News

NEW DELHI: Indian boxer Sachin Siwach (54kg) got off to a great start on his boxing world championships debut by qualifying for the pre-quarter-finals with a comfortable victory over Moldova Sergey Novac Monday in Tashkent.
Sachin dominated the match early on and recorded a 5-0 unanimous decision over his opponent. The 2021 World Youth Champion started aggressively and never let his guard down in the first round.
He also continued with the same strategy in the second round. He landed heavy punches on his opponent with quick movements. Sachin was all over Novach in the third and final round with pinpoint punches and received the decision from all the judges in his favor.

He will now face Kazakhstan’s top-seeded Makhmud Sabyrkhan in the preliminary quarters on Tuesday.
On the other hand, naveen (92 kg) lost 0-5 to Enmanuel Reyes of Spain. The Indian boxer struggled to find a rhythm in the first round and couldn’t find his feet in the second round as well. Naveen tried hard to get back in the match in the last round but it was too late and the Indian boxer lost the fight to leave the tournament.

Govind Sahani (48kg) also suffered a 0-5 loss to top seed Sakhil Alakhverdovi of Georgia. The Indian pugilist could not find his marks and the Georgian boxer was too fast for him. He kept Govind at bay throughout the fight.
Deepak (51 kg), Nishant Dev (71 kg) and Akash Sangwan (67 kg) will be in action in their respective pre-quarterfinal bouts on Tuesday. Deepak (51kg) will face Jiamao Zhang from China, while Nishant Dev will face Nidal Foqahaa from Palestine. Akash Sangwan will play against Dulat Bekbauov from Kazakhstan.


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