Update: Wrestling Federation of India suspended Vinesh Phogat

 The Wrestling Federation of India briefly suspended star grappler Vinesh Phogat for indiscipline during her Tokyo Olympics campaign. The authority has given a notification to Vinesh on three checks and she has time until August 16 to answer the notification. 

Vinesh Phogat, who crushed out of the Olympics ensuing to losing to Belarus' Vanesa Kaladzinskaya, didn't stay at the Olympics town and would not wear a wrestling singlet with the group support's logo. 

While Vinesh Phogat wasn't remaining with the Indian gathering in Tokyo, she was accessible in the Games Village and clinging to the timetable given to her. 

There is no standard that communicates that she expected to prepare with her associates. Be that as it may, not wearing the position Olympics-upheld singlet, was a break of the understanding. 

Before the start of her Olympics campaign, Vinesh Phogat had conveyed disillusionment at not being allowed a physiotherapist to go with her and various rivals to the Games. 

"Is it a wrongdoing to request one Physiotherapist for four ladies grapplers when there are cases of one competitor having different mentors/Staff? Where is the equilibrium? We have requested a Physio long back and not without a second to spare as detailed," Vinesh Phogat had tweeted last month. 

Vinesh, who had gone to Tokyo from Hungary, besides created a disturbance when she was appointed a room near the rooms of her India accomplices Anshu Malik, Sonam Malik, and Seema Bisla. She contended that she might contract COVID-19 as these grapplers had made an excursion to Tokyo from India. 

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Vinesh Phogat was one of India's award possibilities at the Games yet encountered a stunning defeat on account of Belarus' Kaladzinskaya. 

She got taken out in the quarterfinals of the Olympics to Vanesa Kaladzinskaya of Belarus by fall. 

Several months going before this misfortune, the Indian had beaten a comparative foe by fall. This result was significant for a run when Vinesh won various rivalries in 2021 and had procured herself the favorite in the 53-kg wrestling grouping for the Olympics. She won bronze at the 2019 World Championships, gold at the 2018 Asian Games, and is a double cross Commonwealth Games champion.

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