Rio 2016 Olympics: China withdraws entry of Tian Qing and Zhao Yunlei
Olympic champion twosome Tian Qing and Zhao Yunlei won’t have the capacity to protect their ladies’ pairs gold award in one month from now’s Rio Olympics as the China’s National Olympic Committee (NOC) has pulled back their entrance.
Tian and Zhao’s place in the opposition has been taken by their comrades, world number 7 Luo Ying and Luo Yu.
Zhao, in any case, will protect her blended pairs gold award with Zhang Nan.
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The withdrawal will end Zhao’s shot of turning into the main player to accomplish a badminton Olympic ‘twofold’ – a two-gold pull in progressive Olympics.
The 29-year-old praised a twofold at the London Games joining forces Tian Qing in ladies’ duplicates and Zhang Nan in blended copies.
China’s test in ladies’ copies will be driven by ladies’ consolidate Tang Yuanting and Yu Yang who qualified third.
Other than this current, ladies’ singles number 77 Akvile Stapusaityte of Lithuania lost her restrictive reallocated position and will pass up a major opportunity for fitting the bill for Rio.
China have kept confidence in their main two ladies’ singles players — London Olympic champion Li Xuerui and her finalist Wang Yihan.
While Wang Shixian, who missed the last Olympics, won’t make it to Rio this time as well notwithstanding being positioned 6 on the capability date.
The badminton draw function will be hung on July 26 and the seedings will be founded on the World Rankings of July 21.
The men’s singles rivalry will see 41 contenders joining in, while ladies’ singles has 40 players.
Every one of the three copies classes have 16 sets each.
The Olympic Games badminton rivalry will be held from August 11 to August 20.