4:33 PM IST: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match {India 1-7 Australia}

That's it folks, India have been completely outplayed. India now must get ready to face Spain their next match 


4:22 PM IST: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

4th  Quarter: India 1-7 Australia.  Australia are now piling on misery, India have now no chance of even making a comeback in this match.


4:15 PM IST: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

End of 3rd Quarter: India 1-6 Australia.

Australia have outclassed India and with just last quarter to go, India will be looking to minimise the damage.


4:10 PM IST: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

3rd Quarter: India 1-6 Australia.

Australia are now scoring goals at will. The sixth goal came of penalty corner conversion through Blake Govers. Govers also scored through penalty stroke. Three minutes to go in the third quarter and India are now completely running out of ideas. 


4:05 PM IST:  Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

3rd Quarter: India 1-5 Australia.

Australia have now scored through penalty stroke.


3:55 PM IST: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

3rd Quarter: India 1-4 Australia, Dilpreet Singh scores off a deflection from Rupinder Pal Singh pass.


3:50 PM IST: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

Half-time: India 0-4 Australia, India looking to make a comeback


3:45 PM IST:  Swimming: Australia claimed a third straight gold in the women's 4x100-metre freestyle relay in world-record time at the Olympics on Sunday.

#Swimming
🇦🇺Australia clinched the first gold medal and new WR in the women's 4x100 Freestyle with Campbell's sister, McKeon and Harris. 2nd🇨🇦Canada,3rd🇺🇸USA. pic.twitter.com/f7ZlZm66rT

— FINA (@fina1908) July 25, 2021

3:40 PM: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

Half-time: India 0-4 Australia

Chastening! Aussies have killed the contest in the first half. India will need a miracle. Even a green card, not the popular one though, for Dilpreet Singh.


3:35 PM: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

Second-quarter: India 0-4 Australia

And Joshua Beltz produces a stunning reverse flick to make it 4-0 for the Aussies with four minutes left in the quarter.


3:32 PM: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

Second-quarter: India 0-3 Australia

Aussies doubled the lead with a conversion from a penalty corner. Brilliant drag flick from Jeremy Thomas Hayward.

And within seconds, made it 3-0 by Flynn Andrew Ogilvie with a brilliant field goal. And the quarter still has more than seven minutes left.


3:23 PM IST: Boxing - Men's Light (57 -63kg), Preliminaries - Round of 32

Manish Kaushik loses to Luke McCormack of Great Britain, on points (1-4).


3:19 PM: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

First-quarter: India 0-1 Australia

James Daniel Beale gave Australia the lead. India looked for a strong finish but, the Aussies were effectively good in defence too.


2:33 PM: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

India's line-up revealed. Have a look

Our 1⃣1⃣ to fight it out. ðŸÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ’ª

Thoughts on our lineup 🆚 Australia?#INDvAUS #HaiTayyar #IndiaKaGame #TeamIndia #TokyoTogether #TokyoOlympics #Tokyo2020#Cheer4India #HockeyInvites #WeAreTeamIndia #Hockey pic.twitter.com/jIYp7CjJ7W

— Hockey India (@TheHockeyIndia) July 25, 2021 

 

2:27 PM IST: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

Indian team arrives for the clash against Australia.

Team India #HaiTayyar! 🇮🇳

And off we go to play the Kookaburras. ðŸÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ’ª#INDvAUS #IndiaKaGame #TeamIndia #TokyoTogether #TokyoOlympics #Cheer4India #HockeyInvites #WeAreTeamIndia #Hockey pic.twitter.com/7OfXvFRSIG

— Hockey India (@TheHockeyIndia) July 25, 2021

2:14 PM IST: Boxing - Men's Light (57-63kg), Preliminaries - Round of 32

Upcoming - Manish Kaushik takes on Luke McCormack of Great Britain.


2:11 PM: Record alert

Men's 61 kg - China's Li Fabin creates new Olympic record with a total lift of 313 kg (141 in snatch+ 172 in clean & jerk) to win gold.


1:45 PM IST: Boxing - Women's Fly (48-51kg), Preliminaries - Round of 32

 And Mary Kom wins. All 10s in the third round. She is through to the last 16, with a 4-1 verdict.

Mary Kom exchanges punches with Miguelina Hernandez Garcia. AP Photo

Mary Kom, a mother of four, will next be up against third-seeded Colombian Ingrit Valencia, who was a bronze-medallist at the 2016 Rio Games.


1:43 PM IST: Boxing - Women's Fly (48-51kg), Preliminaries - Round of 32

Even with the lead, Mary Kom going for the broke. She's not taking any chance. And the referee warns Miguelina Garcia not to hold. More connections from Mary Kom. This is a masterclass from the legend.

Result coming...


1:38 PM IST: Boxing - Women's Fly (48-51kg), Preliminaries - Round of 32

Mary Kom is showing her experience. A couple of connections with her right. Her opponent from the Dominican Republic is doing all the attacking, though. But not necessarily landing. And another 3-2, in Mary's favour.


1:34 PM IST:  Boxing - Women's Fly (48-51kg), Preliminaries - Round of 32

Up against 15-years  her junior, Mary Kom is taking blows as she tries to measure Miguelina Garcia's reach in the opener. 3-2 in favour of Mary Kom.

Also, medal alert

Archery - Women's Team Final

From left first - South Korea's An San, Jang Minhee, and Kang Chaeyoung. AP Photo

South Korea whitewash ROC 6-0 to claim another archery gold. Germany take bronze.


1:06 PM IST: Table Tennis - Women's Singles, 2nd Round

Manika Batra enters 3rd round with a come from behind, 4-3 (4-11, 4-11, 11-7, 12-10, 8-11, 11-5, 11-7) win against Ukrainian Margaryta Pesotska in just an hour.


1:06 PM IST: Table Tennis - Women's Singles, 2nd Round

Manika Batra wins the 6th game 11-5 to force the decider against Margaryta Pesotska of Ukraine.


1:15 PM IST:  Boxing - Women's Fly (48-51kg), Preliminaries - Round of 32

Coming up! MC Mary Kom, 38, starts her campaign against 23-year-old Miguelina Garcia of the Dominican Republic.


1:06 PM IST: Table Tennis - Women's Singles, 2nd Round

Manika Batra loses the fifth game, 8-11 to concede a 2-3 lead to Ukrainian Margaryta Pesotska.


12:57 PM IST: Table Tennis - Women's Singles, 2nd Round

Manika Batra fights back to draw level with her Ukrainian rival, Margaryta Pesotska. It's 2-2 now.


12:30 PM IST: Shooting - Men's Skeet Qualification

After round 3, Angad Vir Singh and Mairaj Ahmad Khan have 73 and 71 points. Vir is 11th, while Ahmad is 25th.


12:28 PM IST: Medal alert!

Shooting - Men's 10m Air Rifle

William Shaner of USA shoots gold. China's China's 16-year-old Sheng Lihao takes silver, while his compatriot Yang Haoran settles for bronze.


12:17 PM: Medal alert

Diving - Women's Synchronised 3m Springboard Final

Shi Tingmao and Wang Han take gold. Canada and Germany claim silver and bronze respectively.


12:01 PM IST: ICYMI! Two-time Olympic taekwondo champion Jade Jones of England lost her round of 16 match to Iranian Kimia Alizadeh of Refugee Team. Jones was a two-time defending champion.


11:36 AM IST: Table Tennis - Men's Singles Round 2

Upset! G Sathiyan loses to Lam Siu Hang of Hong Kong in seven games, 3-4.

Up next is Manika Batra, in her women's singles second round match.


11:35 AM IST: Sailing - Men's One Person Dinghy, Laser Race 1

Vishnu Saravanan's race delayed.


11:27 AM IST: Table Tennis - Men's Singles Round 2

G Sathiyan loses the sixth game 10-12 as Lam Siu Hang of Hong Kong forces a decider.


11: 20 AM IST: Tennis - Women's Singles First Round

Naomi Osaka of Japan beats China's Zheng Saisai in straight sets, 6-1, 6-4.


11:16 AM IST: Results roundup from Tokyo2020

Badminton: P.V. Sindhu (IND) defeated Israel's Ksenia Polikarpova in straight games in women's singles Group J; Indonesia's Anthony Ginting also recorded a straight-games win over Gergely Krausz (HUN) in men's singles Group J.

Softball: Australia 1 United States 2 in an extra-inning contest, with Monica Abbott (USA) striking out 13 in a complete-game 8-inning effort.

Basketball: Competition is underway, with the Czech Republic beating Iran 84–78 in the men's opening game.

Beach volleyball: Evandro Goncalves/Bruno Oscar Schmidt of Brazil opened with a 2–1 win over Chile's Marco and Esteban Grimalt, after dropping the middle set.

Canoe slalom: Competition has begun with the heats. Slovenia's Benjamin Savsek leads the men's after the first run with a total time of 98.82.

Hockey: After defending champions Great Britain lost in women's Pool A to Germany, Australia and New Zealand each recorded victories in Pool B, 3–1 over Spain and 3–0 over Argentina respectively.

Volleyball: There were wins for both U.S. teams today, the men beating France and the women over Argentina, in straight sets.


11:15 AM IST: Table Tennis - Men's Singles Round 2

G Sathiyan loses the fifth game 9-11 to Lam Siu Hang of Hong Kong. Now, it's 3-2 in favour of the Indian player.


11:04 AM IST: Table Tennis - Men's Singles Round 2

Another easy game for G Sathiyan. Now, 3-1 with an 11-5 win.


10:58 AM IST: Table Tennis - Men's Singles Round 2

G Sathiyan makes it 2-1 with an 11-4 win in the third game against Lam Siu Hang of Hong Kong.


10:51 AM IST: Table Tennis - Men's Singles Round 2

G Sathiyan fights back to win the second game, 11-7 after losing the first 7-11 to Lam Siu Hang of Hong Kong.


10:40 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Rifle Men's Qualification

Well. The. Script. Continues.

Deepak Kumar (624.7) and Divyansh Singh Panwar (622.8) also fail to make the final, finishing lowly 26th and 32nd in the 47-man field.


10:28 AM IST: Table Tennis - Men's Singles Round 2

G Sathiyan gets ready to face Lam Siu Hang of Hong Kong.


10:18 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Rifle Men's Qualification

Series 3 - Deepak Kumar has 102.9, 103.8 and 103.7 while, Divyansh Singh Panwar has 102.7, 103.7 and 103.6.


10:02 AM IST: Medal Alert!

Skateboarding - Men’s street

Japan's Horigome Yuto wins the first skateboarding event at an Olympic Games. Brazil's Kelvin Hoefler takes silver, while USA's Jagger Eaton settles for bronze.


9:52 AM IST: Shooting - Men's Skeet Qualification

After round 2, Angad Vir Singh and Mairaj Ahmad Khan are placed 9th and 14th respectively. Top six make the final after the two-day qualification.


9:37 PM IST: Tennis - Women's Singles First Round

Top-ranked Ash Barty knocked out by 48th-ranked Spanish opponent Sara Sorribes Tormo 6-4, 6-3.


9:35 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Rifle Men's Qualification

Series 1 - Deepak Kumar and Divyansh Singh Panwar in action.


9:33 AM IST: 7:09 AM IST: Shooting - Men's Skeet Qualification

Round 2 - Mairaj Ahmad Khan (24 target hits) while Angad Vir Singh (25) for totals of 49 each.


9:15 AM IST: Tennis - Women's Doubles First Round

Another shocker! Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina lose to Ukraine's Liudmyla and Nadiia Kichenok 6-0, 6(0)-7, 8-10 in 1 hour 33 minutes.


9:05 AM IST: Tennis - Women's Doubles First Round

Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina lose the second set 6(0)-7 in 58 minutes as Ukraine's Liudmyla and Nadiia Kichenok make a resounding comeback to force the decider.


8:40 AM IST: Sailing - Women's Laser Redial Race 1

Nethra Kumanan starts her campaign.


8:35 AM IST: Tennis - Men's Singles First Round

Defending champion Andy Murray is being replaced by Max Purcell of Australia vs against Canada's Felix Auger-Aliassime.

In a statement released by Team GB, Murray said:

“I am really disappointed at having to withdraw but the medical staff have advised me against playing in both events, so I have made the difficult decision to withdraw from the singles and focus on playing doubles with Joe [Salisbury].”

The Briton, however, remains in the doubles draw.


8:32 AM IST: Medal Alert

Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Women's Final

Russian Vitaina Batsarashkina (ROC) sets a new Olympic record to win gold with a score of 240.3 points, ahead of Antoaneta Kostadinova of Bulgaria and China's Jiang Ranxin.


8:26 AM IST: Medal And World Record Alert!

Swimming - Women's 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay Final

Aussies destroy the field to claim the gold ahead of Canada and USA. Bronte Campbell, Meg Harris, Emma McKeon and Cate Campbell clocked 3:29.69 to better their own 3:30.05 (April, 2018).


8:10 AM IST: Artistic Gymnastics - Subdivision 1

Pranati Nayak completes her uneven bar (9.033 points) and balance beam (9.433) routines too. She scored 10.633 in the floor and 12.133 in the vault routines.

Meaning, she has a total of 42.565 points. And not enough!


8:05 AM IST: Tennis - Women's Doubles First Round

Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina win the first set 6-0 in 21 minutes against Ukraine's Liudmyla and Nadiia Kichenok.


7:53 AM IST: Medal Alert!

Swimming - Women's 400m Individual Medley

Yui Ohashi wins gold, beating Emma Weyant and Hali Flickinger of the USA.


PV Sindhu will next play Hong Kong's world number 34 Cheung Ngan Yi. AP Photo

7:39 AM IST: Badminton - Women's Singles, Group Stage

PV Sindhu opens her campaign with an easy outing against Ksenia Polikarpova of Isreal. It takes just 28 minutes for the sixth-seeded Indian to win the match in straight games (21-7, 21-10).


7:30 AM IST: Medal Alert!

Swimming - Men's 400m freestyle

Tunisian Ahmed Hafnaoui wins gold, ahead of Aussie Jack McLoughlin. Bronze for Kieran Smith (USA).


7:24 AM IST: Badminton - Women's Singles, Group Stage

PV Sindhu takes the first game 21-7 against Ksenia Polikarpova of Isreal in just 13 minutes.


7:18 AM IST: Artistic Gymnastics - Subdivision 1

Pranati Nayak completed her vault (13.466), floor (10.633), vault routines.


7:10 AM IST: Medal Alert!

Swimming - Men's 400m medley final

1-2 for USA as Kalisz Chase and Jay Litherland take gold and silver. Bronze for Brendon Smith of Australia.


7:09 AM IST: Shooting - Men's Skeet Qualification

Round 1 - Mairaj Ahmad Khan (25 target hits) while Angad Vir Singh (24).


7:03 AM IST: Badminton - Women's Singles, Group Stage

Coming up - PV Singhu vs Ksenia Polikarpova of Isreal


6:52 AM IST: Rowing - Lightweight Men's Double Sculls

Indian pair of Arjun Lal and Arvind Singh finishes third in Repechage 2 and makes it to Semifinal B.


6:47 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Women's Qualification 

Series 6 - Another shocker from the shooting range. Both Manu Bhaker and Yashaswini Singh Deswal fail to qualify for the final, after finishing 12th and 13th respectively. Both manage only 95s in the final round for 575 and 574 points. Meanwhile, China's Jiang Ranxin creates a new Olympic qualification record with grand total of 587.

Screengrab: https://olympics.com/tokyo-2020/en/ 


6:41 AM IST: Rowing - Lightweight Men's Double Sculls

Arjun Lal and Arvind Singh are in repechage action now.


6:39 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Women's Qualification 

Series 5 - Another sensational round from Yashaswini Singh Deswal. She shoots 98 with eight 10s. But underwhelming performance from Manu Bhaker. She manages on 96. Do or die time for both in the final series. Top eight make to the final.


 6:32 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Women's Qualification 

Series 4 - Manu Bhaker slips further after shooting 95. Yashaswini Singh Deswal shoots 97 with six 10s.


6:20 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Women's Qualification 

Series 3 - Manu Bhaker slips further after shooting 94. Yashaswini Singh Deswal continues to climb in the field. She also shoots 94.


6:12 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Women's Qualification 

Series 2 - Manu Bhaker manages 95, while Yashaswini Singh Deswal gets 98 with a series of 10s in the last seven shots.


6:10 AM IST: Rowing - Lightweight Men's Double Sculls

Coming up - Arjun Lal and Arvind Singh will feature in Repechage 2. They will be in lane 5.


6:02 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Women's Qualification 

Series 2 - Not the best of shooting from the two Indian shooters in qualification. Manu Bhaker is shooting 9s in the second series - so far four out of six; while two 9s for Yashaswini Singh Deswal.


5:50 AM IST: Shooting - Men's Skeet Qualification

Coming up - Mairaj Ahmad Khan and Angad Vir Singh will be in action.


5:40 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Women's Qualification

Series 1 - Manu Bhaker starts with 98. Yashaswini Singh Deswal with 66.


5:15 AM IST: Day 3 (July 25) at Tokyo Olympics underway with skateboarding, Surfing, Handball and Beach Volleyball actions.

5:05 AM IST: Medals to be decided on Big Sunday

Archery: Women’s team; Cycling: Women’s road race; Diving: Women’s sync 3m springboard; Fencing: Men’s individual epee, Women’s individual foil; Judo: Men’s 66kg, Women’s 52kg; Shooting: Men’s 10m air rifle, Women’s 10m air pistol; Skateboarding: Men’s street; Swimming: Men’s 400m freestyle, Men’s 400m individual medley, Women’s 400m individual medley, Women’s 4x100m freestyle; Taekwondo: Men’s 68kg, Women’s 57kg; Men’s 61kg, Men’s 67kg; Triathlon: men’s.


PREVIEW


The senior-most member of India's Olympic contingent -- 48-year-old skeet shooter Mairaj Ahmed Khan -- and one of the youngest -- 19-year-old air pistol shooter Manu Bhaker -- will start their Tokyo 2020 respective campaigns on Sunday. After a poor opening day at the Asaka Shooting range on Saturday, where the fancied Elavenil Valarivan and Saurabh Chaudhary drew a blank, much will be expected from Manu Bhaker and Yashaswini Deswal in10m air pistol. Should they cross the qualification barrier, the duo will be top medal contenders and the first good news of the day can come as early as 9 AM IST!



PV Sindhu will be back in competitive action after more than a year. She has a fairly easy group but upsets can't be ruled out. Advancing from her group will be key. Sindhu plays Israel's Ksenia Polikarpova. The Rio 2016 silver medallist has admitted all games will be tough and the absence of injured defending champion Carolina Marin is no big advantage.

Talking of advantage MC Mary Kom, almost certainly in her last Olympics, will leave nothing to chance in her opening bout against Dominican Republic's Miguelina Garcia Hernandez in 51 kg class. Manish Kaushik will also begin his campaign in the 63 kg division.



Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina will team up for women's tennis doubles while Manika Batra will like to keep her singles campaign going in Round 2. Focus will also be on India's sailors Nethra Kumanan and Vishnu Saravanan. The Indian men's hockey team play world champions Australia in a group match after making a winning start against New Zealand.

All in all, an interesting Sunday!

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Dark clouds hovered over India on Sunday after silver lining provided by Mirabai Chanu's historic weightlifting silver on Saturday. Apart from PV Sindhu, MC Mary Kom and Manika Batra winning their league matches, India had little to cheer about. Medal hopes vanished when Manu Bhaker’s gun developed a snag, while Yashaswini Singh Deswal failed to make the cut in 10m air pistol. Deepak Kumar and Divyansh Singh Panwar faltered in men’s 10m air rifle. Swimming saw both Srihari Nataraj and Maana Patel failing to qualify. But the shocker was reserved for the end of the day as India’s men’s hockey team were thrashed 1-7 by Australia. Follow highlights of Day 3 here:

(FULL DAY 3 SCHEDULE | MEDAL TALLY | DAY 2 RESULTS)


6:40 PM IST:  Here's hoping that India suffers no Monday blues. Hope floats with India's two stars in one frame.

Congratulations @mirabai_chanu . Emotional and happy to embrace each other. A proud Manipuri and a fighter for India in one frame. @NBirenSingh pic.twitter.com/5qrfbDervF

— M C Mary Kom OLY (@MangteC) July 25, 2021

4:33 PM IST: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match {India 1-7 Australia}

That's it folks, India have been completely outplayed. India now must get ready to face Spain their next match 


4:22 PM IST: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

4th  Quarter: India 1-7 Australia.  Australia are now piling on misery, India have now no chance of even making a comeback in this match.


4:15 PM IST: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

End of 3rd Quarter: India 1-6 Australia.

Australia have outclassed India and with just last quarter to go, India will be looking to minimise the damage.


4:10 PM IST: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

3rd Quarter: India 1-6 Australia.

Australia are now scoring goals at will. The sixth goal came of penalty corner conversion through Blake Govers. Govers also scored through penalty stroke. Three minutes to go in the third quarter and India are now completely running out of ideas. 


4:05 PM IST:  Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

3rd Quarter: India 1-5 Australia.

Australia have now scored through penalty stroke.


3:55 PM IST: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

3rd Quarter: India 1-4 Australia, Dilpreet Singh scores off a deflection from Rupinder Pal Singh pass.


3:50 PM IST: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

Half-time: India 0-4 Australia, India looking to make a comeback


3:45 PM IST:  Swimming: Australia claimed a third straight gold in the women's 4x100-metre freestyle relay in world-record time at the Olympics on Sunday.

#Swimming
🇦🇺Australia clinched the first gold medal and new WR in the women's 4x100 Freestyle with Campbell's sister, McKeon and Harris. 2nd🇨🇦Canada,3rd🇺🇸USA. pic.twitter.com/f7ZlZm66rT

— FINA (@fina1908) July 25, 2021

3:40 PM: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

Half-time: India 0-4 Australia

Chastening! Aussies have killed the contest in the first half. India will need a miracle. Even a green card, not the popular one though, for Dilpreet Singh.


3:35 PM: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

Second-quarter: India 0-4 Australia

And Joshua Beltz produces a stunning reverse flick to make it 4-0 for the Aussies with four minutes left in the quarter.


3:32 PM: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

Second-quarter: India 0-3 Australia

Aussies doubled the lead with a conversion from a penalty corner. Brilliant drag flick from Jeremy Thomas Hayward.

And within seconds, made it 3-0 by Flynn Andrew Ogilvie with a brilliant field goal. And the quarter still has more than seven minutes left.


3:23 PM IST: Boxing - Men's Light (57 -63kg), Preliminaries - Round of 32

Manish Kaushik loses to Luke McCormack of Great Britain, on points (1-4).


3:19 PM: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

First-quarter: India 0-1 Australia

James Daniel Beale gave Australia the lead. India looked for a strong finish but, the Aussies were effectively good in defence too.


2:33 PM: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

India's line-up revealed. Have a look

Our 1⃣1⃣ to fight it out. ðŸÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ’ª

Thoughts on our lineup 🆚 Australia?#INDvAUS #HaiTayyar #IndiaKaGame #TeamIndia #TokyoTogether #TokyoOlympics #Tokyo2020#Cheer4India #HockeyInvites #WeAreTeamIndia #Hockey pic.twitter.com/jIYp7CjJ7W

— Hockey India (@TheHockeyIndia) July 25, 2021 

 

2:27 PM IST: Hockey - Men's Pool A Match

Indian team arrives for the clash against Australia.

Team India #HaiTayyar! 🇮🇳

And off we go to play the Kookaburras. ðŸÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ’ª#INDvAUS #IndiaKaGame #TeamIndia #TokyoTogether #TokyoOlympics #Cheer4India #HockeyInvites #WeAreTeamIndia #Hockey pic.twitter.com/7OfXvFRSIG

— Hockey India (@TheHockeyIndia) July 25, 2021

2:14 PM IST: Boxing - Men's Light (57-63kg), Preliminaries - Round of 32

Upcoming - Manish Kaushik takes on Luke McCormack of Great Britain.


2:11 PM: Record alert

Men's 61 kg - China's Li Fabin creates new Olympic record with a total lift of 313 kg (141 in snatch+ 172 in clean & jerk) to win gold.


1:45 PM IST: Boxing - Women's Fly (48-51kg), Preliminaries - Round of 32

 And Mary Kom wins. All 10s in the third round. She is through to the last 16, with a 4-1 verdict.

Mary Kom exchanges punches with Miguelina Hernandez Garcia. AP Photo

Mary Kom, a mother of four, will next be up against third-seeded Colombian Ingrit Valencia, who was a bronze-medallist at the 2016 Rio Games.


1:43 PM IST: Boxing - Women's Fly (48-51kg), Preliminaries - Round of 32

Even with the lead, Mary Kom going for the broke. She's not taking any chance. And the referee warns Miguelina Garcia not to hold. More connections from Mary Kom. This is a masterclass from the legend.

Result coming...


1:38 PM IST: Boxing - Women's Fly (48-51kg), Preliminaries - Round of 32

Mary Kom is showing her experience. A couple of connections with her right. Her opponent from the Dominican Republic is doing all the attacking, though. But not necessarily landing. And another 3-2, in Mary's favour.


1:34 PM IST:  Boxing - Women's Fly (48-51kg), Preliminaries - Round of 32

Up against 15-years  her junior, Mary Kom is taking blows as she tries to measure Miguelina Garcia's reach in the opener. 3-2 in favour of Mary Kom.

Also, medal alert

Archery - Women's Team Final

From left first - South Korea's An San, Jang Minhee, and Kang Chaeyoung. AP Photo

South Korea whitewash ROC 6-0 to claim another archery gold. Germany take bronze.


1:06 PM IST: Table Tennis - Women's Singles, 2nd Round

Manika Batra enters 3rd round with a come from behind, 4-3 (4-11, 4-11, 11-7, 12-10, 8-11, 11-5, 11-7) win against Ukrainian Margaryta Pesotska in just an hour.


1:06 PM IST: Table Tennis - Women's Singles, 2nd Round

Manika Batra wins the 6th game 11-5 to force the decider against Margaryta Pesotska of Ukraine.


1:15 PM IST:  Boxing - Women's Fly (48-51kg), Preliminaries - Round of 32

Coming up! MC Mary Kom, 38, starts her campaign against 23-year-old Miguelina Garcia of the Dominican Republic.


1:06 PM IST: Table Tennis - Women's Singles, 2nd Round

Manika Batra loses the fifth game, 8-11 to concede a 2-3 lead to Ukrainian Margaryta Pesotska.


12:57 PM IST: Table Tennis - Women's Singles, 2nd Round

Manika Batra fights back to draw level with her Ukrainian rival, Margaryta Pesotska. It's 2-2 now.


12:30 PM IST: Shooting - Men's Skeet Qualification

After round 3, Angad Vir Singh and Mairaj Ahmad Khan have 73 and 71 points. Vir is 11th, while Ahmad is 25th.


12:28 PM IST: Medal alert!

Shooting - Men's 10m Air Rifle

William Shaner of USA shoots gold. China's China's 16-year-old Sheng Lihao takes silver, while his compatriot Yang Haoran settles for bronze.


12:17 PM: Medal alert

Diving - Women's Synchronised 3m Springboard Final

Shi Tingmao and Wang Han take gold. Canada and Germany claim silver and bronze respectively.


12:01 PM IST: ICYMI! Two-time Olympic taekwondo champion Jade Jones of England lost her round of 16 match to Iranian Kimia Alizadeh of Refugee Team. Jones was a two-time defending champion.


11:36 AM IST: Table Tennis - Men's Singles Round 2

Upset! G Sathiyan loses to Lam Siu Hang of Hong Kong in seven games, 3-4.

Up next is Manika Batra, in her women's singles second round match.


11:35 AM IST: Sailing - Men's One Person Dinghy, Laser Race 1

Vishnu Saravanan's race delayed.


11:27 AM IST: Table Tennis - Men's Singles Round 2

G Sathiyan loses the sixth game 10-12 as Lam Siu Hang of Hong Kong forces a decider.


11: 20 AM IST: Tennis - Women's Singles First Round

Naomi Osaka of Japan beats China's Zheng Saisai in straight sets, 6-1, 6-4.


11:16 AM IST: Results roundup from Tokyo2020

Badminton: P.V. Sindhu (IND) defeated Israel's Ksenia Polikarpova in straight games in women's singles Group J; Indonesia's Anthony Ginting also recorded a straight-games win over Gergely Krausz (HUN) in men's singles Group J.

Softball: Australia 1 United States 2 in an extra-inning contest, with Monica Abbott (USA) striking out 13 in a complete-game 8-inning effort.

Basketball: Competition is underway, with the Czech Republic beating Iran 84–78 in the men's opening game.

Beach volleyball: Evandro Goncalves/Bruno Oscar Schmidt of Brazil opened with a 2–1 win over Chile's Marco and Esteban Grimalt, after dropping the middle set.

Canoe slalom: Competition has begun with the heats. Slovenia's Benjamin Savsek leads the men's after the first run with a total time of 98.82.

Hockey: After defending champions Great Britain lost in women's Pool A to Germany, Australia and New Zealand each recorded victories in Pool B, 3–1 over Spain and 3–0 over Argentina respectively.

Volleyball: There were wins for both U.S. teams today, the men beating France and the women over Argentina, in straight sets.


11:15 AM IST: Table Tennis - Men's Singles Round 2

G Sathiyan loses the fifth game 9-11 to Lam Siu Hang of Hong Kong. Now, it's 3-2 in favour of the Indian player.


11:04 AM IST: Table Tennis - Men's Singles Round 2

Another easy game for G Sathiyan. Now, 3-1 with an 11-5 win.


10:58 AM IST: Table Tennis - Men's Singles Round 2

G Sathiyan makes it 2-1 with an 11-4 win in the third game against Lam Siu Hang of Hong Kong.


10:51 AM IST: Table Tennis - Men's Singles Round 2

G Sathiyan fights back to win the second game, 11-7 after losing the first 7-11 to Lam Siu Hang of Hong Kong.


10:40 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Rifle Men's Qualification

Well. The. Script. Continues.

Deepak Kumar (624.7) and Divyansh Singh Panwar (622.8) also fail to make the final, finishing lowly 26th and 32nd in the 47-man field.


10:28 AM IST: Table Tennis - Men's Singles Round 2

G Sathiyan gets ready to face Lam Siu Hang of Hong Kong.


10:18 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Rifle Men's Qualification

Series 3 - Deepak Kumar has 102.9, 103.8 and 103.7 while, Divyansh Singh Panwar has 102.7, 103.7 and 103.6.


10:02 AM IST: Medal Alert!

Skateboarding - Men’s street

Japan's Horigome Yuto wins the first skateboarding event at an Olympic Games. Brazil's Kelvin Hoefler takes silver, while USA's Jagger Eaton settles for bronze.


9:52 AM IST: Shooting - Men's Skeet Qualification

After round 2, Angad Vir Singh and Mairaj Ahmad Khan are placed 9th and 14th respectively. Top six make the final after the two-day qualification.


9:37 PM IST: Tennis - Women's Singles First Round

Top-ranked Ash Barty knocked out by 48th-ranked Spanish opponent Sara Sorribes Tormo 6-4, 6-3.


9:35 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Rifle Men's Qualification

Series 1 - Deepak Kumar and Divyansh Singh Panwar in action.


9:33 AM IST: 7:09 AM IST: Shooting - Men's Skeet Qualification

Round 2 - Mairaj Ahmad Khan (24 target hits) while Angad Vir Singh (25) for totals of 49 each.


9:15 AM IST: Tennis - Women's Doubles First Round

Another shocker! Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina lose to Ukraine's Liudmyla and Nadiia Kichenok 6-0, 6(0)-7, 8-10 in 1 hour 33 minutes.


9:05 AM IST: Tennis - Women's Doubles First Round

Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina lose the second set 6(0)-7 in 58 minutes as Ukraine's Liudmyla and Nadiia Kichenok make a resounding comeback to force the decider.


8:40 AM IST: Sailing - Women's Laser Redial Race 1

Nethra Kumanan starts her campaign.


8:35 AM IST: Tennis - Men's Singles First Round

Defending champion Andy Murray is being replaced by Max Purcell of Australia vs against Canada's Felix Auger-Aliassime.

In a statement released by Team GB, Murray said:

“I am really disappointed at having to withdraw but the medical staff have advised me against playing in both events, so I have made the difficult decision to withdraw from the singles and focus on playing doubles with Joe [Salisbury].”

The Briton, however, remains in the doubles draw.


8:32 AM IST: Medal Alert

Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Women's Final

Russian Vitaina Batsarashkina (ROC) sets a new Olympic record to win gold with a score of 240.3 points, ahead of Antoaneta Kostadinova of Bulgaria and China's Jiang Ranxin.


8:26 AM IST: Medal And World Record Alert!

Swimming - Women's 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay Final

Aussies destroy the field to claim the gold ahead of Canada and USA. Bronte Campbell, Meg Harris, Emma McKeon and Cate Campbell clocked 3:29.69 to better their own 3:30.05 (April, 2018).


8:10 AM IST: Artistic Gymnastics - Subdivision 1

Pranati Nayak completes her uneven bar (9.033 points) and balance beam (9.433) routines too. She scored 10.633 in the floor and 12.133 in the vault routines.

Meaning, she has a total of 42.565 points. And not enough!


8:05 AM IST: Tennis - Women's Doubles First Round

Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina win the first set 6-0 in 21 minutes against Ukraine's Liudmyla and Nadiia Kichenok.


7:53 AM IST: Medal Alert!

Swimming - Women's 400m Individual Medley

Yui Ohashi wins gold, beating Emma Weyant and Hali Flickinger of the USA.


PV Sindhu will next play Hong Kong's world number 34 Cheung Ngan Yi. AP Photo

7:39 AM IST: Badminton - Women's Singles, Group Stage

PV Sindhu opens her campaign with an easy outing against Ksenia Polikarpova of Isreal. It takes just 28 minutes for the sixth-seeded Indian to win the match in straight games (21-7, 21-10).


7:30 AM IST: Medal Alert!

Swimming - Men's 400m freestyle

Tunisian Ahmed Hafnaoui wins gold, ahead of Aussie Jack McLoughlin. Bronze for Kieran Smith (USA).


7:24 AM IST: Badminton - Women's Singles, Group Stage

PV Sindhu takes the first game 21-7 against Ksenia Polikarpova of Isreal in just 13 minutes.


7:18 AM IST: Artistic Gymnastics - Subdivision 1

Pranati Nayak completed her vault (13.466), floor (10.633), vault routines.


7:10 AM IST: Medal Alert!

Swimming - Men's 400m medley final

1-2 for USA as Kalisz Chase and Jay Litherland take gold and silver. Bronze for Brendon Smith of Australia.


7:09 AM IST: Shooting - Men's Skeet Qualification

Round 1 - Mairaj Ahmad Khan (25 target hits) while Angad Vir Singh (24).


7:03 AM IST: Badminton - Women's Singles, Group Stage

Coming up - PV Singhu vs Ksenia Polikarpova of Isreal


6:52 AM IST: Rowing - Lightweight Men's Double Sculls

Indian pair of Arjun Lal and Arvind Singh finishes third in Repechage 2 and makes it to Semifinal B.


6:47 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Women's Qualification 

Series 6 - Another shocker from the shooting range. Both Manu Bhaker and Yashaswini Singh Deswal fail to qualify for the final, after finishing 12th and 13th respectively. Both manage only 95s in the final round for 575 and 574 points. Meanwhile, China's Jiang Ranxin creates a new Olympic qualification record with grand total of 587.

Screengrab: https://olympics.com/tokyo-2020/en/ 


6:41 AM IST: Rowing - Lightweight Men's Double Sculls

Arjun Lal and Arvind Singh are in repechage action now.


6:39 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Women's Qualification 

Series 5 - Another sensational round from Yashaswini Singh Deswal. She shoots 98 with eight 10s. But underwhelming performance from Manu Bhaker. She manages on 96. Do or die time for both in the final series. Top eight make to the final.


 6:32 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Women's Qualification 

Series 4 - Manu Bhaker slips further after shooting 95. Yashaswini Singh Deswal shoots 97 with six 10s.


6:20 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Women's Qualification 

Series 3 - Manu Bhaker slips further after shooting 94. Yashaswini Singh Deswal continues to climb in the field. She also shoots 94.


6:12 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Women's Qualification 

Series 2 - Manu Bhaker manages 95, while Yashaswini Singh Deswal gets 98 with a series of 10s in the last seven shots.


6:10 AM IST: Rowing - Lightweight Men's Double Sculls

Coming up - Arjun Lal and Arvind Singh will feature in Repechage 2. They will be in lane 5.


6:02 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Women's Qualification 

Series 2 - Not the best of shooting from the two Indian shooters in qualification. Manu Bhaker is shooting 9s in the second series - so far four out of six; while two 9s for Yashaswini Singh Deswal.


5:50 AM IST: Shooting - Men's Skeet Qualification

Coming up - Mairaj Ahmad Khan and Angad Vir Singh will be in action.


5:40 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Women's Qualification

Series 1 - Manu Bhaker starts with 98. Yashaswini Singh Deswal with 66.


5:15 AM IST: Day 3 (July 25) at Tokyo Olympics underway with skateboarding, Surfing, Handball and Beach Volleyball actions.

5:05 AM IST: Medals to be decided on Big Sunday

Archery: Women’s team; Cycling: Women’s road race; Diving: Women’s sync 3m springboard; Fencing: Men’s individual epee, Women’s individual foil; Judo: Men’s 66kg, Women’s 52kg; Shooting: Men’s 10m air rifle, Women’s 10m air pistol; Skateboarding: Men’s street; Swimming: Men’s 400m freestyle, Men’s 400m individual medley, Women’s 400m individual medley, Women’s 4x100m freestyle; Taekwondo: Men’s 68kg, Women’s 57kg; Men’s 61kg, Men’s 67kg; Triathlon: men’s.


PREVIEW


The senior-most member of India's Olympic contingent -- 48-year-old skeet shooter Mairaj Ahmed Khan -- and one of the youngest -- 19-year-old air pistol shooter Manu Bhaker -- will start their Tokyo 2020 respective campaigns on Sunday. After a poor opening day at the Asaka Shooting range on Saturday, where the fancied Elavenil Valarivan and Saurabh Chaudhary drew a blank, much will be expected from Manu Bhaker and Yashaswini Deswal in10m air pistol. Should they cross the qualification barrier, the duo will be top medal contenders and the first good news of the day can come as early as 9 AM IST!



PV Sindhu will be back in competitive action after more than a year. She has a fairly easy group but upsets can't be ruled out. Advancing from her group will be key. Sindhu plays Israel's Ksenia Polikarpova. The Rio 2016 silver medallist has admitted all games will be tough and the absence of injured defending champion Carolina Marin is no big advantage.

Talking of advantage MC Mary Kom, almost certainly in her last Olympics, will leave nothing to chance in her opening bout against Dominican Republic's Miguelina Garcia Hernandez in 51 kg class. Manish Kaushik will also begin his campaign in the 63 kg division.



Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina will team up for women's tennis doubles while Manika Batra will like to keep her singles campaign going in Round 2. Focus will also be on India's sailors Nethra Kumanan and Vishnu Saravanan. The Indian men's hockey team play world champions Australia in a group match after making a winning start against New Zealand.

All in all, an interesting Sunday!

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