Rio de Janeiro, Aug 11: India's Deepika Kumari failed to make the quarter-finals in the women's individual archery event at Rio Olympics 2016. Later, Bombayla Devi too could not cross the last-16 hurdle.
On Thursday (August 11), Deepika lost 0-6 to Chinese Taipei's Ya-Ting Tan in the pre-quarterfinals while Bombayla went down 2-6 to her Mexican rival.
In the first set, Ya-Ting won 28-27 and followed that up with 29-26, 30-27 scores to move into the round of 8 thus ending India's medal hopes.
In the entire contest, Deepika managed a high score of 10 only once while her opponent hit the bull's eye 6 times.
The 22-year-old Deepika had lost in the 1st round in the last Olympics in London 2012 but progressed to last 16 this time but a medal eluded for the youngster from Jharkhand.
After Deepika's exit, Bombayla took the field to face Mexico's Alejandra Valencia. She lost the first set 26-28 but bounced back in the next with a score of 26-23.
However, Alejandra has the last laugh with scores of 28-27, 25-23 to move into the quarter-finals with an overall result of 6-2.