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Tokyo Olympics Day 2: Indian event details and updates 


Having bagged an Olympic medal already India will try to bag more medals on the Day 2 of Tokyo Olympics 2020, we wish the Indian contingent Good Luck for their today’s events. 

Here’s India’s schedule for 25th July 2021

Badminton 7:10 AM, Women’s Singles Group Stage – Group J (PV Sindhu vs Polikarpova Ksenia)

Boxing 7:30 AM, Women’s Flyweight Round of 32 (Mary Kom)

8:48 AM, Men’s Lightweight Round of 32 (Manish Kaushik)

Gymnastics 6:30 AM Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Qualification (Pranati Nayak)

Hockey 3:00 PM, Men’s Pool A – India vs Australia 

Sailing 8:35 AM, Women’s Laser Redial – Race 1 (Nethra Kumanan)

11:05 AM, Men’s Laser – Race 1 (Vishnu Saravanan)

Shooting 5:30 AM, Women’s 10m Air Pistol Qualification (Manu Bhaker, Yashaswini Singh Deswal)

6:00 AM, Men’s Skeet Qualification Day 1 (Angad Bajwa, Mairaj Ahmad Khan)

7:45 AM, Women’s 10m Air Pistol Final (Manu Bhaker, Yashaswini Singh Deswal – if qualify)

9:30 AM, Men’s 10m Air Rifle Qualification (Deepak Kumar, Divyansh Singh Panwar)

12:00 PM, Men’s 10m Air Rifle Final (Deepak Kumar, Divyansh Singh Panwar – if qualify)

Swimming 3:32 PM, Women’s 100m Backstroke Heats (Maana Patel)

3:52 PM, Men’s 200m Freestyle Heats (Sajan Prakash)

4:49 PM, Men’s 100m Backstroke Heats (Srihari Nataraj)

Table Tennis 6:30 AM, Mixed Doubles Quarter – Finals (Sharath Kamal/Manika Batra – if qualifies)

10:30 AM, Men’s and Women’s Singles Round 2 (G Sathiyan, Sharath Kamal, Manika Batra, Sutirtha Mukherjee)

4:30 PM, Mixed Doubles Semi-Finals (Sharath Kamal/Manika Batra – if qualifies)

Tennis July 24th to August 1st 

Women’s Doubles – Sania Mirza, Ankita Raina 

Men’s Singles – Sumit Nagal (Sumit Nagal won against Denis Istomin of Uzbekistan)

Where to Watch: You can catch the live action on Sony Sports Network channels in India. Sony LIV app will also live stream the events. The events will also be broadcasted at Doordarshan (DD) Sports. Both Hindi and English commentary will be available on the Sony Network channels. 

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