On the 14th day of the Grand Sumo Tournament in Nagoya, Yokozuna Hakuho and Ozeki Terunofuji, who took the rope, both defended the victory.
It is a victory or defeat after entering the middle.
▽ In Juryo Wakamotoharu, Daiamami won by a close margin.
▽ New opening ・ Tochinoshin is close to Ichiyamamoto.
▽ Tokushoryu is scooped up by Tokushoryu.
▽ In Terutsuyoshi, Kensho throws a small hand.
▽ In Chiyo no Kuni, Shimanoumi overcame Shimanoumi with a good throw.
▽ To Kotonowaka Takarafuji won the 11th victory with Kotonowaka taking the lead.
▽ Chiyoshoma throws Ishiura well at Chiyoshoma.
▽ Abu Saki is close to Chiyono Emperor.
▽ Kagayaki extrudes the sea of Okinoumi.
▽ Chiyomaru is struck by Kotoeko.
▽ Hokutofuji over Tamawashi is the 11th win with Tamawashi pushing down.
Tamawashi is the number one milestone in the 1360th consecutive appearance and ranked 6th in history.
▽ Myogiryu is struck by Shozaru.
▽ Takanosho's victory is close to Hidenoumi.
Hidenoumi is losing.
▽ Ichinojo is close to Kiribayama.
▽ Aoiyama is struck by Daieishō.
▽ New Koyui to Chiyo Tairyu Chiyo Tairyu sticks out Wakatakakage.
▽ Ura is close to Akio Shinkoyui.
▽ Sekiwake Mitakeumi Hisashi Ryu was overtaken by Mitakeumi.
▽ Ozeki Terunofuji, who has a rope in Takayasu Sekiwake, has won 14 consecutive victories from the first day with Terunofuji taking the lead.
▽ Masayo Ozeki, Yokozuna Hakuho won 14 consecutive victories by defeating Hakuho.