Ranked 10th in the world, the Indians beat world number 18 team 21-17 21-19 in a 44-minute Group A men's doubles match at the Musashino Forest Plaza.
Naomi Osaka lost to former French Open finalist Marketa Vondrousova of the Czech Republic 6-1, 6-4 in the third round of the Olympic tennis tournament on Tuesday.
The duo finished seventh in Qualification 2 after topping the first phase with 582 at the Asaka Range.
Drubbed 1-7 by Australia in their last match, India produced a spirited performance against world No.9 Spain.
Video game themes are often maligned as annoying earworms, but in Japan, the music that accompanies games is considered an art form.
The Russian did not even need his 'A' game as he cruised to a 6-2 6-1 win in just 66 minutes against 160th ranked Nagal at court 1 of the Ariake Tennis Centre.
Considered one of the greatest players of all time, Long has won every singles title in the sport, and is the reigning world champion as well.
The 27-year-old Bhavani bumped into world number three and Rio Olympic semifinalist Manon Brunet
India’s plans went haywire. The defence was in shambles, the midfield was unimaginative and the leaden-footed forwards were clueless. The years of training went down the drains and the team was exposed badly.
Manika rallied from 0-2 down to secure a 4-11, 4-11, 11-7, 12-10, 8-11, 11-5, 11-7 victory over Margaryta in a match that lasted 57 minutes at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium on Sunday.
Australia looked dominant from the onset and scored through Daniel Beale (10th minute), Joshua Beltz (26th), Andrew Flynn Ogilvie (23rd), Jeremy Hayward (21st), Blake Govers (40th, 42nd) and Tim Brand
Indian shooting ace lost nearly 20 minutes during her qualifications, leading to a heartbreaking exit from the women's 10m air pistol event.
Deepak finished at 26th position with a score of 624.7, while Panwar ended with a score of 622.8 at the 32nd spot in the qualification stage of the event at the Asaka Shooting Range.
Ranked 38 and seeded 26th, Sathiyan had a commanding 3-1 lead but lost four games in a row to lose 3-4 to the 95th ranked Hong Kong player.
Sania and Raina were down 1-8 in the Super Tie break but reeled off seven straight points to make it 8-8 but lost the next two points to make an exit from the Games.
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