A product of Tata Academy in Jamshedpur, the Ranchi-born archery sensation is the only Indian woman archer to represent the country at ongoing Tokyo Olympics 2020.
Although the women's hockey team and male archers disappointed on Day 5, it was a mixed day for India.
The Indian fans were relieved to see Deepika and Pooja living up to the expectations and finally giving a positive result to celebrate on a day when Sai Praneeth and Pravin Jadhav were knocked out.
With her performance on Day 1, Deepika Kumari is now set to face World No. 193 Bhu Karma of Bhutan in the first round of women's individual event on July 28.
Following his social media post, several fans and archery players including Kumari and Das as well as Abhishek Verma asked the cricket World Cup winning player not to convert the facility into a cricket ground.
Earlier the star couple, Deepika Kumari and Atanu Das clinched their first World Cup gold medal as a pair by defeating Netherland's Sjef van den Berg and Gabriela Schloesser 5-3.
On Saturday, India's Abhishek Verma had defeated American Kris Schaff to win the compound men’s individual event.
Meanwhile, the Men's recurve team which features archers like Atanu Das, Tarundeep Rai, and Pravin Ramesh Jadhav are also off to Paris for the World Cup event.
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