India had a terrific day 6 at the Asian Games in Hangzhou, winning three gold medals to move up to fourth place in the medal count. India will be expecting much of the same from its competitors on September 30, day 7 of the multi-sport event, with several medal events taking place in athletics, shooting, boxing, tennis, badminton, and weightlifting, among other sports. (Medal Tally | Schedule | Streaming | Full Coverage | More Sports News)
Shooting will take the front stage once more, with Sarabjot Singh and Divya TS vying for gold in the 10m Air Pistol Mixed Team event, which begins at 6:30 a.m. IST. Furthermore, the men's and women's trap qualification stages will be held concurrently.
Weightlifting competitions will also begin on September 30, with Olympic silver medalist Mirabai Chanu competing in the Women's 49kg division. Bindyarani Devi will compete in the Women's 55kg division alongside Chanu.
In Tennis, Rohan Bopanna and Rutuja Bhosale will compete in the mixed doubles final.
Numerous boxers, including World Champion Lovlina Borgohain, will try to emulate Nikhat Zareen by reaching the semifinals. In addition to Lovlina, Sachin Siwach, Nishant Dev, Preeti Pawar, and Narender Berwal will compete on Saturday.
Here are all the key details for the Asiad matches scheduled for Saturday, September 30, 2023:
When will the Indian action in the Asian Games 2023 on September 30 begin?
The Indian action on September 30 will start at 4:00 a.m. IST.
Where will the Asian Games 2023 matches on September 30 be played?
The Asian Games matches on September 30 will be played in Hangzhou, China.
When will India's matches on September 30 be played?
Below is the India-interest schedule for Day 7 of the Asian Games 2023 (all timings in IST):
Check out the full schedule for India on day 7 of the Asian Games - September 30
4:00 am: Anirban Lahiri (T9), Shubhankar Sharma (T21), SSP Chawrasia (T29), Khalin Joshi (T29) in Men's Individual and Team events, Round 3
4:00 am: Aditi Ashok (T2), Pranavi Sharath (T10) Avani Prashanth (T15) in Women's Individual and Team events, Round 3
5:30 am onwards: Eventing Dressage Team and Individual - Vikas Kumar, Apurva Dabhade, Ashish Limaye
6:30 am: 10m Air Pistol Mixed Team - Sarabjot Singh and Divya TS
6:30 am: Men’s Trap-75 qualification (Phase 1) - Kynan Chenai, Prithviraj Toindaman, Zoravar Singh Sandhu
6:30 am: Women’s Trap-75 qualification (Phase 1) - Rajeshwari Kumari, Manisha Keer, Preeti Rajak
6:30 am: Women’s Speed Skating 10000m Point-Elimination Race - Heeral Sadhu, Aarathy Raj
7:05 am: Men’s Speed Skating 10000m Point-Elimination Race - Anandkumar Velkumar, Siddhant Kamble
6:35 am: Men’s Long Jump Qualification - Jeswin Aldrin (Group A), Murali Sreeshankar(Group B)
6:38 am: Women’s Heptathlon 100m Hurdles - Swapna Barman, Nandini Agasara (Heat 2)
6:45 am onwards: Women’s 100m Hurdles - Jyothi Yarraji (Heat 1), Nithya Ramraj (Heat 2)
7:05 am onwards: Men’s 1500m - Ajay Kumar Saroj (Heat 1), Jinson Johnson (Heat 2)
7:20 am: Women’s Heptathlon High Jump - Swapna Barman, Nandini Agasara
4:40 pm: Women’s Heptathlon Shot Put - Swapna Barman, Nandini Agasara
5:30 pm: Women’s 400m Final - Aishwarya Mishra and Himanshi Malik (if qualified)
5:40 pm: Men’s 400m Final - Muhammad Anas Yahiya and Muhammed Ajmal Variyathodi (if qualified)
5:50 pm: Men’s 10000m Final - Gulveer Singh, Kartik Kumar
6:35 pm: Women’s Heptathlon 200m - Swapna Barman, Nandini Agasara
6:30 am onwards: Men’s team, Women’s team and Mixed team Round Robin 2
7:00 am onwards (all rounds)
Men’s 66kg - Keshav
Women’s 52kg - Pincky Balhara, Suchika Tariyal
7:20 am: Men’s Canoe Single 1000m - Niraj Verma (Heat 1)
7:48 am: Women’s Kayak Double 500m - Binita Chanu Oinam and Parvathy Geetha (Heat 2)
8:16 am: Men’s Canoe Double 500m - Ribason Ningthoujam and Gyaneshwor Philem (Heat 1)
12:45 pm: Men’s Canoe Single 1000m Semifinal - Niraj Verma (if qualified)
1:00 pm: Women’s Kayak Double 500m Semifinal - Binita Chanu Oinam and Parvathy Geetha (if qualified)
1:16 pm: Men’s Canoe Double 500m Semifinal - Ribason Ningthoujam and Gyaneshwor Philem (if qualified)
8:00 am: India vs North Korea, Women’s Pool A match
10:15 am: Manush Shah/ Manav Thakkar vs Jonghoon Lim/Woojin Jang (South Korea), Men’s Doubles quarterfinal
11:00 am: Manika Batra vs Yidi Wang(China), Women’s Singles quarterfinal
TBD: Sutirtha Mukherjee/Ayhika Mukherjee vs TBD, Women’s Doubles quarterfinal
10:30 am onwards: Rohan Bopanna/Rutuja Bhosale vs Tsung-hao Huang/En-shuo Liang (Chinese Taipei), Mixed Doubles final
11:30 am: India vs Nepal, Women’s Group B match
12:15 pm: Lovlina Borgohain vs Suyeon Seong (South Korea), Women’s 75kg quarterfinal
TBD: Sachin Siwach, Men’s 57kg Round of 16
TBD: Nishant Dev, Men’s 71kg quarterfinal
TBD: Preeti Pawar, Women’s 54kg quarterfinal
TBD: Narender Berwal, Men’s +92kg quarterfinal
12:30 pm: Women’s 49kg - Mirabai Chanu
4:30 pm: Women’s 55kg - Bindyarani Devi
12:30 pm: Men’s and Women’s Team Round 2
1:00 pm: India vs Pakistan, Men's Team final
2:30 pm: India vs TBD, Men’s Team Semifinal
5:00 pm: Men’s Synchronised 3m Springboard Final - London Singh Hemam and Siddharth Pradeshi
6:15 pm: India vs Pakistan, Men’s Pool A match
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 livestream India's matches?
The Asian Games will be live-streamed on the SonyLiv app and website.