After a good showing on day 1, India's day 2 got even better with two gold medals - in shooting and cricket. Furthermore, two bronze medals were confirmed in rowing whereas Naorem Roshibina Devi confirmed a medal too by qualifying for the Wushu 68kg semi-final. (Medal Tally | Schedule | Full Coverage | More Sports News)
The Indian women's cricket team registered it's maiden medal in cricket at the Asian Games with its 19-run win over Sri Lanka in the final. Moreover, India's 10m men's air rifle also registered a gold. These two were the highlight of the day at the Asian Games 2023 for India. By the end of the action on Monday, India won a total of 11 medals (2 gold, three silver and six bronze). With day 3 action coming up, one could look forward to more medals as the Indian contingent looks to keep up with it's promising start at the Asian Games 2023.
Catch all the highlights of day 2 at the Asian Games 2023 here.
Here are all the important details for the Asian Games matches slated for Tuesday, September 26:
When will the Indian action in Asian Games 2023 on September 26 begin?
The Indian action on September 26 will start from 6:30 AM IST.
Where will the Asian Games 2023 matches on September 26 be played?
The Asian Games matches on September 26 will be played in Hangzhou, China.
When will India's matches on September 26 be played?
Below is the India-interest schedule for Tuesday, September 26 (all timings in IST):
Fencing (Round 1 to Finals): Bhavani Devi (6:30am)
Men’s Hockey: India Vs Singapore (6:30am)
Shooting: Air rifle mixed team – Divyansh Singh Panwar/Ramita; Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar/Mehuli Ghosh (6:30am)
Swimming (Round 1 to Final): Tanish Mathew, Aneesh Gowda, Advait Page, Palak Joshi, Anand AS (7:30am)
Tennis: Singles and doubles (6:30am)
Judo (Round 1 to Finals): Avtar Singh, Indubala Devi, Tulika Maan (7:30am to 3:30pm)
Cycling (Round 1 to Finals): Men’s and Women’s team sprint (7:30am to 12:30pm)
Squash (Round 1): Men’s and Women’s Teams
Boxing (Round 1): Lovlina Borgohain, Nishant Dev, Sachin, Sanjeet (11:30am/4:30pm)
Where can we watch India's matches on TV?
The Asian Games will be broadcast on the Sony Sports Network. Sony Sports Ten 1, Sony Sports Ten 1 HD, Sony Sports Ten 2, Sony Sports Ten 2 HD, Sony Sports Ten 3, Sony Sports Ten 3 HD, Sony Sports Ten 4, Sony Sports Ten 4 HD, Sony Sports Ten 5, and Sony Sports Ten 5 HD TV are the channels where you can catch all the action.
Where can we live stream India's matches?
The Asian Games will be live streamed on the SonyLiv app and website.