The recurve archers, on the other hand, continued their poor show ahead of the Asian Games, making a quarterfinal exit in the mixed pair event.
A day after women's compound team advanced to the final to be assured of a medal, Jyothi partnered Abhishek Verma in a dream run that saw them ousting top seed Netherlands 158-155 in the quarterfinals.
Trailing by a point in first two ends, the Indian pair levelled it 115-all in the third.
But, USA had a perfect finish with four 10s including one X (closest to the centre) to pip India by one point.
India will fight it out against Turkey in the bronze play-off tomorrow.
Receiving a top-nine bye into round two, India had defeated Croatia 156-155 to begin their campaign.
Jyothi, along with Trisha Deb and Muskan Kirar, will fight it out for a gold medal against their opponents from France in the women's compound team summit clash tomorrow.
This is their second final appearance in three months.
The Indian women's team had lost to Chinese Taipei to settle for a silver in the Antalya leg of the World Cup in May.
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