Wage yokozuna Terunofuji comfortably defeated rank-and-file contender Sadanoumi to stay at the top of the leaderboard along with three other wrestlers at the Grand Sumo Tournament in Nagoya on Tuesday.
No. 2 maegashira Ichinojo, no. 6 Tobizaru and No. 8 Nishikigi also sit on the top rung with an 8-2 record after the top group shrunk on day 10 of the 15-day tournament at the Dolphins Arena in Nagoya.
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