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New Delhi: Former world youth champion Sachin Siwach (49kg) was among the two Indian boxers to enter the quarterfinals, while three others lost their opening-round bouts of the President's Cup Tournament in Astana, Kazakhstan.
 
Sachin, who was voted the best youth boxer of the Asian Confederation last year, edged past local hope O Bayniyazov 3-2 to make the last-eight stage last night.
 
Also advancing to the quarters was Devanshu Jaiswal in the light heavyweight (81kg) category. He defeated Belarus' Pavel Brazovskiy.
 
Bowing out with first-round losses were Thomas Meitei Mayengbam (64kg), Dinesh dagar (69kg), and India Open gold-medallist Sanjeet (91kg).
 
Thomas was beaten 0-5 by Thailand's Masuk Wuttichai, while Dinesh lost by a similar margin to Uzbekistan's Makhmud Gaipov. 
 
Sanjeet suffered a stunning knockout at the hands of Olympic silver-medallist Vasily Levit. The punch that knocked out the Indian came in the second round, which was into its final minute.
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