Tokyo Olympics 2020 Live Stream: When and where to watch India’s day two events of the Summer Games

As India gears up to kick off its Tokyo Olympics campaign in style, know all about how and when to watch the live streaming of the sporting extravaganza.

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Marking the end to a five-year wait, the Tokyo Olympics is now underway. Braving a deadly pandemic, the top athletes of the world have gathered in the host city to give the world a glimmer of hope in these dire times. With the COVID-19 threat still looming large, the Tokyo Olympics will be played behind closed doors despite the country-wide protests calling for the cancellation of the quadrennial event.

The Games will start very early in India owing to the three-hour and thirty-minute time difference with Japan. We bring to you the details regarding the Tokyo Olympics 2020 Live Stream and broadcast channels for the upcoming events on day two of the sporting extravaganza.

When will the day two events of the Tokyo Olympics take place?

Saurabh Chaudhary and Mirabai Chanu
Saurabh Chaudhary and Mirabai Chanu

The day two (24th July) events of the Summer Games will kick off at 5:00 AM (IST). The first event of the day for India will be the archery mixed team event. The Round of 16 for the mixed team of Deepika Kumari and Atanu Das, a strong medal favorite, will kick off at 6:00 AM (IST). Indian shuttlers, boxers and the hockey teams along with the shooters will be in action later in the day. Check India’s Tokyo Olympics full schedule here.

Events for India on Day 2

SportsDate & TimeEventAthletes
ShootingJuly 24 (05:00 IST)10m Air Rifle Women’s, QualificationApurvi Chandela, Elavenil Valarivan (IND)
Field hockeyJuly 24 (06:30 IST)Men’s, Pool ANew Zealand vs India
ArcheryJuly 24 (06:38 IST)Mixed Team, 1/8 EliminationsPravin Jadhav/Deepika Kumari (IND)
ShootingJuly 24 (7 am IST)10m Air Rifle Women’s Final Medal Event
TennisJuly 24 (07:30 IST)Men’s singles, First Round, NAGAL Sumit vs ISTOMIN DenisSumit Nagal (IND) – Istomin Denis (UZB)
JudoJuly 24 (07:30 IST)Women -48 kg, Elimination Round of 32Shushila Likmabam (IND) vs Eva Csernoviczki (HUN)
RowingJuly 24 (07:50 IST)Lightweight Men’s Double Sculls, Heat 1Arjun Lal/Arvind Singh (IND)
Table tennisJuly 24 (08:30 IST)Mixed Doubles, Round of 16Sharath Kamal Achanta/Manika Batra (IND) – Lin Yun Ju/Cheng I Ching (TPE)
BadmintonJuly 24 (08:50 IST)Men’s doubles, Group Play StageSatwiksairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty (IND) – Lee Yang/Wang Chi-Lin (TPE)
ShootingJuly 24 (09:30 IST)10m Air Pistol Men’s, QualificationAbhishek Verma, Saurabh Chaudhary (IND)
BadmintonJuly 24 (09:30 IST)Men’s singles, Group Play StageB. Sai Praneeth (IND) – Misha Zilberman (ISR)
WeightliftingJuly 24 (10:20 IST)Women’s 49kg, Group ASaikhom Mirabai Chanu (IND)
Shooting12 pm IST10m Air Pistol Men’s FinalMedal Round
Table tennisJuly 24 (12:15 IST)Women’s singles, Round 1Manika Batra (IND) – Ho Tin-Tin (GBR)
Table tennisJuly 24 (13:00 IST)Women’s singles, Round 1Sutirtha Mukherjee (IND) – Linda Bergstroem (SWE)
BoxingJuly 24 (15:54 IST)Men’s Welter (63-69kg), Preliminaries – Round of 32Vikas Krishan Yadav (IND) – Sewonrets Quincy Mensah Okazawa (JPN)
Field hockeyJuly 24 (17:15 IST)Women’s, Pool ANetherlands vs India

Where to watch Tokyo Olympics 2020 Live Stream?

Tokyo Olympics 2020 Live Stream
Tokyo Olympics 2020 Live Stream: When and where to watch India's day two events of the Summer Games 2

Sony Sports Network has the exclusive rights to broadcast all events of the Tokyo Olympics 2020. Sony TEN 1 and Sony TEN 2 will feature English commentary while Sony TEN 3 will have Hindi commentary. SonyLiv will also stream the opening ceremony live on the app.

One can watch the Tokyo Olympics Live Stream on DD Sports too. DD Sports will be live streaming all the events of the Olympics. The program will also be carried over to its Youtube channel, DTH and on the NewsonAir mobile app within the territory of India.

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Anshuman Mahapatra is currently pursuing an engineering degree. Writing and sports are his fortes. He covers cricket as well as badminton, boxing and other Olympic sports. Anshuman is addicted to reading novels and cricket. He is a huge Chennai Super Kings fan.