In one of the biggest upsets for the Indian Olympic contingent, medal hope Saina Nehwal on Sunday crashed out after suffering an upset straight-game loss against lower-ranked Maria Ulitina in her second Group G match. (Photo Credit: AP)
Venus Williams missed out on her chance to become the first tennis player to win five Olympic gold medals when she and partner Rajeev Ram were defeated in the mixed doubles final. (Photo Credit: AP)
Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth wins 21-6, 21-18 in straight sets against Henri Hurskainen of Sweden and makes his way into the knockouts.
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Sania Mirza - Rohan Bopanna failed in their bid to give India its first medal of the Rio Olympics on Sunday when they lost the tennis mixed doubles bronze medal play-off. (Photo Credit: AP)
PR Sreejesh reacts after losing in the men's quarterfinal. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
After amassing 22 medals, 18 of them gold, in four prior campaigns, Phelps delivered an epic ending to his Olympic saga in Rio de Janeiro, powering to five gold medals and one silver in seven days at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium. (Photo Credit: AP)
Michael Phelps brought down the curtain on his glittering Olympic career when he helped the USA win 4x100m medley relay gold at the Rio Games on Saturday, taking his personal tally to 23. (Photo Credit: AP)
Britain's Justin Rose outdueled Sweden's Henrik Stenson in a tension-packed final-round thriller Sunday to win the first Olympic golf gold medal in 112 years. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Light-flyweight Hasanboy Dusmatov won Uzbekistan's first gold medal of the Rio Olympics on Sunday when he beat Colombia's Yurberjen Martinez on unanimous points. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Dipa Karmakar missed a bronze medal by a whisker to finish fourth in the women's vault finals in the Rio Games but still created history by producing the best-ever performance by an Indian gymnast in the Olympics history on Sunday.
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