Tennis player Alexander Zverev became the first German player to win a gold medal in Olympic singles on Sunday.
In the match for the gold medal, Zverev beat Russian Karen Khachanov 6: 3, 6: 1, and the main prize went to Germany.
The German tennis player won the match in a straight line and prevented Khachanov from showing himself. In the first set, Zverev missed only three games, winning 6: 3 in 43 minutes.
Day 8 was very disappointing, but Day 9 was even happier as P.V. Sindhu won the bronze medal. In the men's quarterfinals, India will face England. Stay tuned for live scores and updates on Day 9 of the Tokyo Olympics.
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