Olympics 2020: Day 2 Schedule and big matches

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The first day of the Olympics 2020 was not a great day for the Indian contingent. As always there were a lot of huge expectations from the rank 1 Deepika Kumari. However, Kumari managed a ninth-place finish in the qualifying round. Meanwhile, she will now face Karma of Bhutan in the round of 64 in an individual event on 28th July.

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Meanwhile, on day 2 of the Tokyo Olympics 2020, several Indians would take part in different events. India’s hockey team, weightlifter Mirabai Chanu, boxer Vikas Krishnan, shuttler Sai Praneeth and Shooter Apurvi Chandela will be in action. Manika Batra, India’s table tennis star will also be in action. To conclude, it will be an action-packed Saturday for the fans.

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Olympics 2020: Day 2 schedule featuring Indian athletes and telecast details (All times in IST):

Event: 10m Air Rifle Women’s Qualification:

Olympics 2020 | Day 2, July 24 | Apurvi Chandela represents India in in Air Rifle shootinf | SportzPoint
Apurvi Chandela
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Apurvi Chandela, Elavenil Valarivan – Shooting
Time – 5:00 AM
Venue – Asaka Shooting Range

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Event: 10m Air Pistol Men’s Qualification:

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Saurabh Chaudhary
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Abhishek Verma, Saurabh Chaudhary – Shooting
Time – 9:30 AM
– Asaka Shooting Range

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Event: Gold Medal Event | Women’s 49Kg Group A

Olympics 2020 | Day 2 | Mirabai Chanu takes part in women's weightlifting 49 kg | SportzPoint
Mirabai Chanu
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Mirabai Chanu – Weightlifting
Time – 10:20 AM
Venue – Tokyo International Forum

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Event: Table Tennis | Mixed doubles RO16 and Women’s singles round 1

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Manika Batra
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Kamal Achanta, Manika Batra, Sutirtha Mukherjee – Table Tennis
Time: 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Venue – Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium

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Event: Badminton | Men’s doubles and singles group play stage

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B.Sai Praneeth
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Satwiksairaj Rankireddy/ Chirag Shetty, B.Sai Praneeth – Badminton
Time: 8:30 AM
Venue – Musashino Forest Plaza

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On the other hand, Tennis will feature Sumit Nagal vs Denis Istomin in the men’s single first round in Ariake Tennis Park. Meanwhile, the Indian men’s and women’s hockey teams will be in action in Oi Hockey Stadium. However, the men’s hockey team will face New Zealand at 6:30 AM. On the other hand, the women’s hockey team will play against the Netherlands from 5:15 PM.

Meanwhile, in Judo, Sushila Devi Likmabam will face Hungary’s Eva Csernoviczki in women’s 48Kg elimination round of 32. Although in boxing Quincy Mensah vs KRISHAN Vikas – Preliminaries – Round of 32 will take place from 3:54 PM in the Kokugikan arena.

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