Asian Games 2023: India's itinerary for September 25th - Event details, schedules and more
India is set to dazzle at the Asian Games 2023 as they compete in various sports, including the women's cricket final, tennis, shooting, rowing, gymnastics, and more. Join us as we follow their journey to secure gold and glory on the international stage.
The schedule for the Asian Games 2023 on September 25 is packed with exciting events and showcases India's determination to excel across various sports disciplines. The highlight of the day is undoubtedly the women's cricket final, where India is vying for its first gold medal. Led by the talented Smriti Mandhana, the women's cricket team is brimming with confidence after a dominant performance against Bangladesh in the semi-finals. Apart from cricket, the Indian contingent is set to make its mark in tennis and wushu, with high hopes of securing medals. The shooting arena also promises medal prospects as several Indian shooters are poised for action in different categories.
India's performance in rowing has already been impressive, and fans will be eagerly watching Thanjam Priya Devi and Rukmani as they compete in the W8+ final, aiming to add to India's medal tally.
Here's a comprehensive breakdown of the events and timings for September 25, 2023, at the Asian Games:
Various events featuring Indian swimmers, with finals scheduled in the evening.
Indian boxers, including Arundhati Choudhary, Deepak Kumar, and Nishant Dev, competing in different weight categories.
Both the women's and men's teams facing opponents in the round-robin stage.
Koneru Humpy, Dronavalli Harika, Vidit Gujarathi, and Arjun Kumar participating in individual events.
The much-anticipated women's cricket final where India will lock horns with Sri Lanka for gold.
Pranati Nayak in the Artistic Gymnastics qualification round.
The Indian women's handball team facing Japan in the preliminary round.
Garima Chaudhary representing India in the Women's -70 Kg category.
The Indian women's rugby team competing against Singapore in Group F.
Indian rowers participating in various events, with finals scheduled in the morning.
Indian sailors competing in different categories and races throughout the day.
Indian shooters, including Divyansh Singh Panwar, Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar, and Rudrankksh Balasaheb Patil, aiming for medals in the Men's 10m Air Rifle Individual & Team and Men's 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Individual & Team events.
Indian tennis players in singles and doubles matches, with exciting matchups on the cards.
Indian wushu athletes Vikrant Baliyan, Surya Bhanu Pratap Singh, and Naorem Roshibina Devi competing in various rounds and categories.
With such a diverse range of sports and events, India is poised to make its presence felt at the Asian Games 2023 on September 25. As the nation eagerly awaits these thrilling competitions, the athletes are prepared to give their best and bring glory to their country.