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

As India strives to bring home a historic medal tally at the Tokyo Olympics campaign, know all about how and when to watch the live streaming of the sporting extravaganza.

Tokyo olympics
Tokyo olympics

The Tokyo Olympics is underway following a long five-year wait. The very first day of the sporting extravaganza was one filled with mixed emotions for India. Having suffered defeats in archery and table tennis mixed team, shooting individual events, boxing and badminton men’s singles, the Indian fans were down. It was the Indian men’s hockey team’s emphatic performance and Mirabai Chanu’s historic silver medal saved the day.

Good news followed as women table tennis stars shined on the first day along with men’s doubles shuttlers. The thrilling action of the Olympics will continue on the third day too with the Indian shooters set for medal events. 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?

Manu Bhaker and PV Sindhu
Manu Bhaker and PV Sindhu

The day three (25th July) events of the Summer Games will kick off at 5:00 AM (IST). Ace shooter Manu Bhaker alongside Yashaswini Deswal will kickstart the proceedings for their nation. All eyes will be on the world number one Bhaker with a medal expectation in the Women’s 10m Air Pistol event. Shuttler PV Sindhu and legendary tennis player Sania Mirza will also play the maiden matches of their respective events. Check India’s Tokyo Olympics full schedule here.

SPORTEVENT ATHLETES TIME (IN IST)
BADMINTONWomen’s Singles Group StageP. V. Sindhu vs Ksenia Polikarpova (Israel)7:10 AM 
BOXINGWomen’s Flyweight Round of 32M. C. Mary Kom vs Miguelina Hernandez Garcia (Dominican Republic) 1:30 PM
BOXING Men’s Lightweight Round of 32Manish Kaushik vs Luke McCormack (Great Britain)3:06 PM
GYMNASTICSWomen’s All-around QualificationPranati Nayak 6:30 AM
HOCKEYMen’s Group Match (Pool A)India vs Australia3:00 PM
ROWINGMen’s Lightweight Double Sculls RepechageArjun Lal & Arvind Singh6:30 AM
SAILINGWomen’s Laser Radial HeatsNethra Kumanan8:35 AM
SAILING Men’s Laser HeatsVishnu Saravanan11:05 AM
SHOOTINGWomen’s 10m Air Pistol QualificationManu Bhaker and Yashaswini Deswal5:30 AM
SHOOTING Women’s 10m Air Pistol FinalMEDAL EVENT7:45 AM
SHOOTINGMen’s Skeet QualificationAngad Bajwa and Mairaj Ahmad Khan6:30 AM
SHOOTINGMen’s 10m Air Rifle Qualification Deepak Kumar and Divyansh Singh Panwar9:30 AM
SHOOTINGMen’s 10m Air Rifle Final MEDAL EVENT 12:00 PM
SWIMMINGWomen’s 100m Backstroke HeatsMaana Patel3:32 PM 
SWIMMING Men’s 200m Freestyle HeatsSajan Prakash 3:47 PM
SWIMMING Men’s 100m Backstroke HeatsSrihari Nataraj4:21 PM
TABLE TENNISMen’s Singles Round 2Sathiyan Gnanasekaran vs Siu Hang Lam (Hong Kong, China) 10:30 AM 
TABLE TENNIS Women’s Singles Round 2Manika Batra vs Margaryta Pesotska (Ukraine) 12:00 PM
TENNISWomen’s Doubles First RoundSania Mirza/Ankita Raina vs Liudmyla Kichenok/Nadiia Kichenok (Ukraine) 7:30 AM 

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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 1

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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