Tokyo Olympic Games are postponed by an year, it comes as an opportunity for some athletes. Narsingh Pancham Yadav, who was banned for four year right before his bout in Rio Olympics 2016, will mark his return soon in 74kg category. Background Story Narsingh Yadav won quota for Rio Olympics in 74kg category during World Championship in 2015. Sushil Kumar didn't participated in that event due to shoulder injury. Sushil Kumar, India's most successful, individual Olympian with two medals - a bronze at the 2008 Beijing Games and a silver at the 2012 Olympic Games. However, both these medals came in the 66kg freestyle category. In 2016 Rio Games new weight categories were introduced and Sushil had to move to the higher 74 kg category to compete in the Games. The quota place belongs to the country and not an individual. Hence, it is up to the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) to decide on which wrestler make it. Narsingh won the quota but Sushil staked his claim to it owing to his Olympic record and insisted that a trial be held to determine who should ultimately represent India at Rio. Sushil moved the Delhi High Court with a plea to direct the WFI to conduct a selection trial. However, the Delhi HC did not resolve the matters, instead directed the WFI to hear Sushil out. Delhi HC and Sports Ministry refused to interfere and left everything in Wrestling Federation hands. WFI was backing Narsingh Yadav and said no to trials. Doping Scandal After a long battle with Sushil kumar, Narsingh was set to represent India at Olympics. But then he failed random dope test by NADA at SAI Sonipat centre. Methandienone was found in his sample which helps gain strength and weight. Narsingh Yadav cried foul and filed a complain, he claimed that his food and supplements were tempered with. WFI president Brij Bhusan Sharan Singh also backed Narsingh and said he is innocent and framed by someone. He was suspended provisionally by NADA but later his band was lifted and was still given a clean chit by the National Anti-Doing Agency (NADA), which upheld his 'sabotage' theory. But the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) challenged NADA in the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), which in turn overturned the decision and handed Yadav a four-year ban Another chance for Narsingh Due to coronavirus outbreak Tokyo Olympics are postponed to 2021. It came as an another opportunity for Narsingh as his ban will be completed in July 2020. Had the coronavirus outbreak not taken place, Yadav was all set to miss the Olympics in July and August this year. Narsingh Yadav said that he has been training hard regardless of that fact. He is certain that he would still want to fight in the same category that he eventually missed out on four years ago (74kg). "It is destiny that this opportunity has come my way," Yadav told HT on Wednesday. "This is not the time to feel elated because the world and our country are battling a big crisis. But yes, I will be looking to make a return to the mat the moment the ban is over in July." "Now that the Olympics is postponed, if I get an opportunity to represent the country, I will definitely want to win a medal for the country in Tokyo," he said. "I know it will be a challenge to compete at that level (again), but I am training well and I have the experience. I have not been in touch with the federation but once things get better I will talk to them about my return," he added. Battle with Sushil and Jitender It will be an interesting battle with Sushil and Jitender if he make his return. Sushil Kumar, who continues to train for a ticket to Tokyo as he lost in first round in World Championships and missed out on a quota. Then he pulled out of the selection trials in January due to an injury. Jitender Kumar won trials in the 74kg category and got the opportunity to fight in the Asian Championships in February, where he won a silver medal and sealed his place to compete in the Asian Olympic Qualifiers. Eventually that was postponed because of the Covid-19 outbreak. The World Championships is the only qualification event held so far in wrestling. That leaves the Asian and World qualifying events yet to be scheduled. WFI said that if Yadav wants to make a comeback he will be given a fair opportunity. "If Narsingh wants to participate then federation will give him a chance,' said Vinod Tomar, WFI's assistant secretary. "Now that the Tokyo Olympics are postponed for a year, there will be some time before the qualification tournaments start. We will decide once the picture is clear." he added.