Indian boxer Nandini (+81kg) ended with a bronze medal in the 73rd Strandja Memorial Tournament in Sofia, Bulgaria after taking place to former world champion Lazzat Kungeibayeva of Kazakhstan in the semifinals.
Nandini misplaced 0-5 in the bout held late on Friday evening.
Former youth world champion Nikhat Zareen (52kg) and Nitu (48kg) are the one Indians left in fray after they superior to the finals of their respective weight classes.
While Zareen defeated Tokyo Olympics and world championship silver-medallist Buse Naz Cakiroglu, Nitu pummelled her Ukrainian rival Hanna Okhota, who threw in the towel on the finish of the second spherical in bouts held final night.
The two will struggle their last bouts on Sunday.
Nitu shall be up towards Italy’s Erika Prisciandaro, a former youth world championship bronze-medallist.
Zareen will sq. off towards Ukraine’s Tetiana Kob, a three-time European Championships medallist, together with a gold again in 2009. Zareen had received a gold medal on the Strandja Memorial’s 2019 version.
India received two medals in the final version with Deepak Kumar and Naveen Boora securing silver and bronze respectively.
The efficiency of the boys’s squad was underwhelming this time with not one of the seven in fray managing to enter the medal rounds.
In all, the match featured over 450 boxers from 36 nations, together with conventional powerhouses resembling Kazakhstan, Italy, Russia, France and Ukraine, the place Russia launched a navy operation on Thursday regardless of international attraction for restraint.
The outcomes: Women: +81kg: Nandini misplaced to Lazzat Kungeibayeva (Kaz) 5-0; 52kg: Nikhat Zareen bt Buse Naz Cakiroglu (Tur) 5-0; 48kg: Nitu bt Hanna Okhota (Ukr) RSC.