Asian Games 2023 Day 9 Live: Despair from defeat in table tennis and squash, India’s fire in archery


Asian Games 2023: India won a total of 15 medals on the 8th day of the Asian Games 2023. Today is its 9th day. India is ready to participate in many big games today.

Asian Games 2023 Day 9: The 8th day of the 19th Asian Games released in Hangzhou, China, was extremely spectacular for India. On Sunday, Indian players made 15 medals, making Super Sunday. Now India has a total of 53 medals including 13 gold. Now on Monday 2 October, India will be eyeing medals. This time the slogan is 100 crosses, to see what Indian athletes do today. See below live blog below for all updates:

Brange India in 4×400 mixed relay

India has won the Bronze Medal at the Asian Games 4×400 Mixed Reale Race event. He finished in 3.14.34 seconds. India’s good performance in athletics continues. It is the 60th medal of India. With this, India’s names have now become 13 Gold, 23 Silver and 24 Bronze.

Silver to India in Long Jump

India has won the silver medal in the Asian Games women’s long jump event. Anse Sojan won the silver medal with a jump of 6.63 meters. It is the 59th medal of India. India has now renamed 13 Gold, 23 Silver and 23 Bronze.

Silver and Bronze to India in Steeplechase

India has won the Silver and Bronze Medal in the 3000-meter women’s steeplechase. Parul Chaudhary of India won the silver and Preity won the bronze medal. The total number of medals in India has now increased to 58. This is the fourth and fifth medal of the 9th day for India.

India’s disappointment with Joshna Chinappa’s defeat in squash

Star Indian player Joshna Chinappa on Monday from the competition against South Korea’s low-ranking player Hio Mingyong in the women’s singles pre-quarter-finals of the Asian Games squash event She was out. This 37-year-old player was found in the first round. The second round saw a 4–11, 12–10, 9–11, 8–11 defeat in 37 minutes against the South Korean player. Joshna’s defeat is considered a big upset as she was a medal contender.

Combat tie between India and Chinese Taipei at Kabaddi

Kandi Kabaddi’s Group A match saw a thorn collision between India and Chinese Taipei. The match went to the last and tied 34–34.

Badminton: Srikant, Satvik-Chirag in second round at Asian Games

Kidambi Srikant of India reached the second round of the men’s singles category by defeating Phat Le Duc of Vietnam in the badminton event of the Asian Games. World Championship 2021 silver medalist Srikant won 21–10, 21–10 in 29 minutes. Now he will face Lee Yun Jiu of Korea. Commonwealth Games gold medalists Satvik Syraj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty Men doubles reached the pre-quarterfinals, 21-11 to Cho Hin Long and Lui Chun Wei of Hong Kong, Defeated 21–16.

India in the quarter-finals of all six team events in archery

Indian archers made their best appearances on Monday, entering the quarter-finals in all team events at the Asian Games. India played five team elimination rounds and lost just one set. At the same time, the women’s compound team had a bye till the quarter-finals due to being the top in qualification. Fifth seed Atanu Das and Ankita Bhakat defeated Siakira Binti M and Muhammad Zarif Siyahir bin Jokepeli of Malaysia 39–38, 37–36, 39–33.

Bronze in table tennis women’s doubles

India has had to contend with its third Bronze medal on the 9th day of the Asian Games 2023. India’s Sutirtha Mukherjee and Ayhika Mukherjee defeated the Korean pair 3-4 in the semi-final bout. With this, a total of 56 medals have been awarded with 22 Bronze in India.

Thorns in table tennis

The semi-finals of women’s doubles table tennis continue between India and Korea. This bout of Best of 7 has six sets and the match is 3-3. Sutirtha and Ayhika Mukherjee have shown a great game so far.

Vitya equalled PT Usha’s record

India’s Vitya Ramraj equalled the national record of veteran PT Usha in the 400-meter herd race. He took 55.42 seconds off in his heat and made it straight to the finals। Usha made this record in 1984.

India will return empty-handed in Kurash

India will have to return empty-handed from the Asian Games competition as Jyoti Tokas and Yash Kumar Chauhan have to face unilateral defeats in their respective quarter-final matches. Pinky Balhara, who won the silver medal in 2018 in Jakarta, was also eliminated in the quarter-finals of the 52 kg category. Aditya Dhoponkar of India has also lost ( 81 kg ), Suchika Taryal ( 52 kg ) and Keshav ( 66 kg ). In this way, India’s challenge in Kurash ended.

Disappointing days for India in knowing and kayaking

Monday was a disappointing day for Indian players in knowing and kayaking and despite winning four finals they could not win the medal. Neeraj Verma men’s single Kenoe finished seventh in the 1000 meters with a time of 4:36.314 seconds. The Indian team of Rebasan Singh Ann and Philem Dnyaneswar Singh finished eighth in the Menoye doubles 500m final with a time of 1:54.723 seconds. The Indian women’s team finished last in the Kayak doubles 500 meters and the Kenoe doubles 500 meters final.

Indian archer in quarter-finals of four events

The recurve mixed archery pair of Atanu Das and Ankita Bhakat defeated Malaysia in three sets to enter the quarter-finals of the Asian Games. Indian archers reached the final eight of the three events recurve mixed, compound mixed and compound men’s team. At the same time, the top-seeded Indian compound women’s team has got a bye till the quarter-finals.

India is last in horse riding

The Indian cavalry performed disappointingly in the team and individual jumping finals on Monday at the Asian Games and finished last. The Indian team finished fifth and last with a total of 1077.20 penalty points. China won the gold medal with 86.80 penalty points. Japan ( 92.70) received silver and Thailand ( 93.90) received bronze.

9th day in athletics is also a good start

The 9th day also started well after India’s great performance on the 8th day in athletics.

India gets 55th medal

India’s Men’s speed skating team also received the Bronze medal in the 3000-meter relay after the women. It was the second medal on the 9th day of India. Overall India has now had 55 medals and is the 21st Bronze.

India gets 54th medal

On Monday, the account of the medals of India opened on the 9th day of the Asian Games. India won the Bronze Medal in the 3000-meter relay event of Women’s Speed Skating and overall it was India’s 54th medal and 20th bronze.

Today’s Schedule for India

Archery: India vs. Malaysia – Recurve Mixed Team ( 1/8 Elimination )
India vs UAE – Compound Mixed Team ( 1/8 Elimination )
Singapore vs. India – Compound Men’s Team ( 1/8 Elimination )
Abhishek Varma, Ojas Praveen Devatale, Jyoti Sukha Vennam, Aditi Gopichand Swami – Male and Female Compound Personal ( 1/16 Elimination )
Bhajan Kaur – Recreational Women Personal ( 1/32 Elimination )
Ankita devotee, Atanu Das, Dheeraj Bommadevara – Male and female recurve female personal (1/16 elimination )

Athletics: Tejaswin Shankar – Male Decathlon ( 100 m, long jump, high jump, ball throw )
Message Jessie and Sarvesh Kushare – Male High Jump ( Qualification )
Mohammad Afsal Pulikkath – Male 800 m ( Heat 2 )
Krishna Kumar – Male 800 m ( Heat 3)
Santosh Kumar Tamilarsan – Men’s 400m Hurdle Race ( Heat 1)
Yeshes Palaksha – Men’s 400m Hurdle Race ( Heat 3)
Sinchal Caveramma – Women’s 400m Hurdle Race ( Heat 2)
Vithya Ramra – Women’s 400m Hurdle Race ( Heat 1)
Holy Venkatesh – Pole Vault
Shaili Singh – Female Long Jump
Preity and Parul Chaudhary – Female 3000 m Steeplechase ( Final )
4 X 400 m relay – mixed ( final ) 400 m of males ( final )

Badminton: Men’s and Women’s Singles – Round 64 Couples and Mixed Doubles – Round 32

Bridge: Men, Women and Mixed Teams – Round-Robin Match

Canoe Sprint: Neeraj Verma – Male
Canoe Sprint Single 1,000 m ( Final )
Shivani Verma and Megha Piedip – Female Canoe Double 500 m ( Final )
Parvati Geeta and Binita Chanu – Women’s Kayak Double 500m ( Final )
Ribasan Singh and Dnyaneswar Singh – Male Canoe Double 500m ( Final )

Chess: Men’s and women’s teams ( round 4 )

Diving: London Singh – Men’s 1m Springboard ( Final )

Horse riding: Vikas Kumar-Norway Harry, Apurva Dabhade-Waltho des Peupliers and Ashish Limaye-Willie Bay Dun I- Event Jumping ( Team Finals and Individual Finals )

Hockey: India vs Bangladesh – Men ( Pool Match )

Kabaddi: India vs. Chinese Taipei – Women’s Team ( Group Match )

Kurash: Jyoti Tokas – Female 87 kg ( Quarterfinal )
Yash Chauhan – Male 90 kg ( Quarterfinal )

Roller Skating: Aryanpal Ghuman, Anandkumar Velkumar, Siddhant Kamble and Vikram Ingle – Men’s Speed Skating 3,000 Meter Relay

Sepkatkaraw: India vs Singapore – Male Quadrant ( Group Match )
India vs Philippines – Women’s Quadrant ( Group Match )
India vs Philippines – Male Quadrant ( Group Match )

Squash: India vs Thailand – Mixed Doubles ( Pool Match )

Table Tennis: Sutirtha Mukherjee / Ayahika Mukherjee – Women’s Couple ( Semifinal )

India’s awesome on the 8th day

On the 8th day, Indian players won a total of 15 medals, making Super Sunday. Which included three golds. India had a tremendous performance in athletics.


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