The Dutch judokas were quickly eliminated on the first day of the grand slam tournament in Paris. Both the men’s and women’s teams could not break any pots.
In the men’s category, Tornike Tsjakadoea lost his first match in the up to 60 kilograms class. He bowed with waza-ari to the Mongolian Ariunbold Enkhtaivan, who had lost the previous two duels with Chakadua.
Emiel Jaring lost in the same class directly with ippon to Ramazan Abdulayev from Russia. Ivo Verhorstert still won in the -66 kg class with ippon against Dominic Agudoo, but then lost with ippon against Frenchman Orlando Cazorla. On Sunday, four more Dutchmen will be in action.
In the women’s tournament, Amber Gersjes (-48 kg), Naomi van Krevel (-52 kg), Pleuni Cornelisse (-57 kg) and Geke van den Berg (-63 kg) all had a bye in the first round and all went into the second round. down in the second round. Three of the four lost with ippon, Van den Berg with waza-ari.
On Sunday, the Netherlands still has two irons in the fire with the women: Hilde Jager in the class up to 70 kilograms and Karen Stevenson in the class -78 kg.
Dutch judokas quickly eliminated at grand slam in Paris
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