New Delhi: Another Indian player has secured ticket for Tokyo Olympics. Golfer Udayan Mane has got the entry ticket for Tokyo Olympics today. Along with 30 years old Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri is the second male golfer from India who will participate in this Olympic Games.
This time 60 golfers of the world have got entry tickets in the Olympics. Udayan Mane, ranked 356 in the world rankings, got a chance to play in the Olympics when Argentine golfer Emilino Grillo withdrew at the last minute. Udayan got a chance after this as a first reserve player.
Earlier, Anirban Lahiri had qualified in the Olympics. Anirban also participated in the 2016 Rio Olympics along with another top golfer of the country, SSP Chaurasia. Let us tell you that from July 29 to August 1, the events of Olympic golf are going to be held at the Kasumigasaki Country Club in Tokyo.
On the other hand, Udayan Mane, who has won 11 events so far, is one of the top golfers in the country since he entered the professional circuit of Indian golf in 2015. He is the second player after Ashok Kumar to have won consecutive events in the PGTI Tour.
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