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Jour 10 : Un seul lutteur reste invaincu

Mitakeumi infligeant sa première défaite à Asanoyama

Un seul lutteur reste invaincu

En effet le grand champion Hakuho a remporté sa 10e victoire pour se retrouver seul en tête du tournoi, tandis que l’ozeki Asanoyama, nouvellement promu, a subi sa première défaite.

Dans le dernier combat de la journée, Hakuho a progressé d’un pas de plus vers son 45e titre avec une victoire rapide et facile sur le maegashira 5 Hokutofuji (6-4).

En réalisant son 1000e combat en tant que yokozuna, Hakuho a passé au bulldozer Hokutofuji portant pesant 157 kg en le projettanthors du cercle en quelques secondes.

Dans l’avant-dernier combat de la journée, Asanoyama a subi son premier revers dans sa tentative pour une deuxième Coupe de l’Empereur, perdant un combat acharné contre le sekiwake Mitakeumi (8-2).

Mitakeumi a empêché Asanoyama d’obtenir une prise au mawashi après la charge d’ouverture et a projeté le co-leader du tournoi par dessus les ballots de paille. (cf photo).

L’un des deux lutteurs qui a débuté la journée à 8-1, l’ancien ozeki Terunofuji, a remporté son combat contre le n ° 12 Shohozan (2-8) pour poursuivre son retour en force dans la première division makuuchi.

Le sekiwake Shodai, qui a également commencé la journée une victoire derrière le groupe de tête, n’a pas pu arrêter une attaque du komusubi Daieisho (6-4) et a été rapidement expulsé pour sa deuxième défaite du tournoi.

Le tournoi en division Juryo est relativement équilibré car après 10 jours de combats aucun lutteur n’est kachi koshi ni make koshi, fait rarissime.

Les lutteurs kachi koshi du jour sont :

Makuuchi : Mitakeumi
Jûryô : aucun

Les lutteurs make koshi du jour sont :

Makuuchi : Ikioi, Shimanoumi et Shohozan
Jûryô : aucun

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Yokozuna Hakuho takes sole lead at July tournament

Yokozuna Hakuho takes sole lead at July tournament

TOKYO (Kyodo) — Grand champion Hakuho claimed his 10th win for the sole lead at the July Grand Sumo Tournament on Tuesday, while newly-promoted ozeki Asanoyama suffered his first loss.

The Mongolian-born Hakuho is sitting a win ahead of two wrestlers after the 10th day of the relocated tournament at Tokyo’s Ryogoku Kokugikan.

In the day’s final bout, Hakuho advanced one step closer to his record-extending 45th championship with a quick and easy win over No. 5 maegashira Hokutofuji (6-4).

Fighting his 1,000th bout as a yokozuna, Hakuho bulldozed the 157-kilogram Hokutofuji straight off the raised ring in a matter of seconds.

Hakuho is the only grand champion competing at the 15-day meet following Kakuryu’s withdrawal after his opening-bout loss. The 35-year-old Hakuho has been competing at the sport’s highest rank since July 2007.

In the day’s penultimate bout, Asanoyama suffered his first setback in his bid for a second Emperor’s Cup, losing a hard-fought bout against sekiwake Mitakeumi (8-2).

Mitakeumi prevented Asanoyama from getting a belt hold after the opening charge and tossed the overnight co-leader down with an overarm throw.

Asanoyama was promoted to ozeki, sumo’s second-highest rank, after posting 10 or more wins at four straight tournaments. He claimed his maiden championship in May last year.

One of the two wrestlers who started the day at 8-1, former ozeki Terunofuji, won his bout against No. 12 Shohozan (2-8) to continue his strong return in the top makuuchi division.

The 28-year-old Terunofuji, who was demoted from the top tier in 2018, pulled on Shohozan’s shoulder after the initial charge and forced him to fall forwards onto the dohyo.

Sekiwake Shodai, who also started the day one win behind the lead, was unable to stop a shoving attack from komusubi Daieisho (6-4) and was quickly thrust out for his second loss of the tournament.

In other bouts, ozeki Takakeisho (7-3) thrust down No. 4 Aoiyama (3-7) following a round of slaps. Takakeisho, fighting as a demotion-threatened « kadoban » ozeki, needs to collect one more win to hold onto his rank.

Top-ranked maegashira Endo (4-6) dispatched winless No. 2 Onosho (0-10). Looking for his first win after finishing 9-6 at the March meet, Onosho bulldozed his opponent toward the edge of the ring, but Endo survived and pulled off a textbook overarm throw.

The July meet is the first grand tournament held in four months following the cancellation of May’s event due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.

It was moved from its traditional location in Nagoya to cut down on travel during the pandemic, with the Ryogoku Kokugikan limited to about a quarter of its capacity to prevent the spread of the virus.

Written by Kyodo

  • Makuuchi
  • Juryô
Rikishis
Score
Kimarites
Score
Rikishis
Meisei
明生

(Juryo 1)
6-4
7-3
Kotoeko
琴恵光

(Maegashira 16)
Takayasu
高安

(Maegashira 13)
5-5
6-4
Wakatakakage
若隆景

(Maegashira 14)
Sadanoumi
佐田の海

(Maegashira 12)
4-6
3-7
Chiyomaru
千代丸

(Maegashira 15)
Terunofuji
照ノ富士

(Maegashira 17)
9-1
2-8
Shôhôzan
松鳳山

(Maegashira 12)
Shimanoumi
志摩ノ海

(Maegashira 11)
2-8
4-6
Nishikigi
錦木

(Maegashira 16)
Kotoyuki
琴勇輝

(Maegashira 17)
4-6
6-4
Tochinoshin
栃ノ心

(Maegashira 11)
Kaisei
魁聖

(Maegashira 10)
4-6
7-3
Kotoshoho
琴勝峰
(Maegashira 15)
Ishiura
石浦
(Maegashira 8)
4-6
7-3
Kotoshôgiku
琴奨菊

(Maegashira 14)
Myogiryu
妙義龍

(Maegashira 10)
7-3
5-5
Chiyotairyû
千代大龍

(Maegashira 8)
Terutsuyoshi
照強

(Maegashira 7)
5-5
7-3
Tamawashi
玉鷲

(Maegashira 9)
Ikioi

(Maegashira 9)
2-8
6-4
Tokushoryu
徳勝龍

(Maegashira 7)
Kagayaki

(Maegashira 4)
4-6
4-6
Enho
炎鵬

(Maegashira 6)
Ryuden
竜電

(Maegashira 6)
4-6
4-6
Kiribayama
貴ノ富士

(Maegashira 3)
Endo
遠藤
(Maegashira 1)
4-6
0-10
Onosho
阿武咲

(Maegashira 2)
Takarafuji
宝富士

(Maegashira 3)
4-6
1-9
Yutakayama
豊山

(Maegashira 1)
Takanosho
隆の勝

(Maegashira 2)
5-5
5-5
Okinoumi
隠岐の海
(Komusubi)
Shodai
正代

(Sekiwake)
8-2
6-4
Daieisho
大栄翔

(Komusubi)
Takakeisho
貴景勝

(Ozeki)
7-3
3-7
Aoiyama
碧山

(Maegashira 4)
Mitakeumi
御嶽海
(Sekiwake)
8-2
9-1
Asanoyama
朝乃山

(Ozeki)
Hakuhô
白鵬

(Yokozuna)
10-0
6-4
Hokutofuji
北勝富士

(Maegashira 5)
Rikishis
Score
Kimarites
Score
Rikishis
Fujiazuma

(Juryo 11)
4-6
5-5
Takagenji
貴源治

(Juryo 13)
Daishoho
大翔鵬

(Juryo 10)
4-6
7-3
Mitoryu
水戸龍

(Juryo 14)
Kizakiumi
木崎海

(Juryo 11)
4-6
3-7
Asabenkei
朝弁慶

(Juryo 10)
Midorifuji
翠富士

(Juryo 12)
5-5
5-5
Churanoumi
美ノ海

(Juryo 9)
Akua
天空海

(Juryo 13)
7-3
5-5
Tsurugisho
剣翔

(Juryo 7)
Hoshoryu
遠藤
(Juryo 6)
6-4
6-4
Chiyonoumi
千代の海

(Juryo 14)
Kyokutaisei
旭大星

(Juryo 5)
6-4
6-4
Chiyonoo
千代ノ皇

(Juryo 12)
Daiamami
大奄美

(Juryo 4)
5-5
4-6
Akiseyama
明瀬山

(Juryo 9)
Hakuyozan
白鷹山

(Juryo 6)
4-6
4-6
Hidenoumi
英乃海

(Juryo 4)
Azumaryu
東龍

(Juryo 3)
4-6
6-4
Chiyootori
千代鳳

(Juryo 8)
Daishomaru
大翔丸

(Juryo 7)
4-6
4-6
Kyokushuho
旭秀鵬

(Juryo 3)
Tobizaru
翔猿

(Juryo 2)
5-5
7-3
Wakamotoharu

(Juryo 8)
Ichinojo
逸ノ城

(Juryo 5)
6-4
3-7
Chiyoshoma
千代翔馬

(Juryo 1)

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