India at Tokyo Olympics: Schedule of Day 6, PV Sindhu back in action, rowers Arjun and Arvind set for semi-finals

All eyes on PV Sindhu and Deepika Kumari with a slight hope rowing duo of Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh on July 28 at Tokyo Olympiad.

PV Sindhu
PV Sindhu

Following a sheer disappointing day on July 27, the Indian athletes are all set to give their everything on yet another fresh day at the Tokyo 2020. 

The women’s hockey team is set to play their third group stage match after losing previously against Germany and the Netherlands. The Rani Rampal-led side is currently placed at the last spot in their pool and they will look to register their maiden win to get into the race for the quarter-finals. 

Ace shuttler PV Sindhu is also scheduled to play her next group stage while boxer Pooja Rani, rowers, archers, and sailors will also be seen in action on July 28 at the Tokyo Summer Olympics.

Let’s look at the complete schedule of Indian athletes for day 6 at Tokyo 2020


  • Men’s Round of 32
  • Tarundeep Rai vs Oleksii Hunbin (Ukraine) | 7:31 AM IST
  • Men’s Round of 32
  • Pravin Jadhav vs Galsan Bazarzhapov (ROC) | 12:30 PM IST
  • Women’s Round of 32
  • Deepika Kumari vs Karma (Bhutan) | 2:14 PM IST 


  • Women’s Singles Group Stage
  • P. V. Sindhu vs NY Cheung (Hong Kong) | 7:30 AM IST
  • Men’s Singles Group Stage
  • B Sai Praneeth vs Mark Caljouw (Netherlands) | 2:30 PM IST


  • Women’s Middleweight Round of 16 (69-75kg)
  • Pooja Rani vs Ichrak Chaib (Algeria) | 2:33 PM IST


  • Women’s Group Match (Pool A)
  • India vs Great Britain | 6:30 AM IST


  • Men’s Double Sculls Semifinal A/B 2
  • Athletes: Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh | 8:35 AM IST( *Subject to weather changes)


  • 49er Opening Series Race 2, 3, 4
  • Athletes: Ganapathy Kelapanda and Varun Thakkar | 12:35 PM IST onwards ( *Subject to weather changes)

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