Tokyo Olympics: India Schedule for August 5, 2021

Tokyo Olympics: India Schedule for August 5, 2021:- Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 India Schedule Golf, Athletics, Badminton, Archery, Wrestling, Shooting, Hockey Team, and all others. Tokyo Olympics India Schedule for August 5, 2021, has been shared here. We will give you every inch of information regarding the Tokyo Olympics Schedule and Match Time. The list is very long and we suggest you keep reading.


Tokyo Olympics: India Schedule for August 5, 2021


  • Women’s individual, Finals
  • August 5, 4:00 AM
  • Round 2
  • Player Name:- Aditi Ashok



  • Men’s tournament, Finals
  • Bronze medal match
  • August 5, 7:00 AM
  • India vs Germany


Hockey Squad

  • Mandeep Singh
  • Varun Kumar
  • Surender Kumar
  • Manpreet Singh
  • Sumit
  • Simranjeet Singh
  • Dilpreet Singh
  • Shamsher Singh
  • Harmanpreet Singh
  • Lalit Upadhyay
  • Hardik Singh
  • Nilakanta Sharma
  • Rupinder Pal Singh
  • Vivek Prasad
  • Sreejesh Parattu Raveendran
  • Gurjant Singh
  • Amit Rohidas
  • Birendra Lakra



Name of the Event:- Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
Opening date of the Event:- 23 July
Last date of the event:- 8 August 2021
Total Number of Indian Players:- 127
Streaming Live:- Sony Liv
Till date medals won by India:- 3 Medals
Location:- Tokyo


The article will be refreshed from time to time. Thus you will get all Live Updates of the Tokyo Olympics Indian Players Schedule 2021 Time of Men’s and Women’s Teams. The Olympics 2020 India Live Streaming on Sony LIV. Olympics matches broadcast on Sony Sports TV Channel like Sony TEN 1 HD/SD, Sony TEN 2 HD/SD, Sony SIX HD/SD in English commentary while Sony TEN 3 HD/SD in Hindi Commentary. DD Sports is a live India Olympics match Free at DTH.

Total 127 Indian athletes Men and Women are in Tokyo Olympic Games from India in various games. 67 Indian Athletes are male and 52 participants are females. Olympics Games Tokyo 2021 India Players had started participating in Olympics. With the Covid-19 safety, protocols the Olympics is been organized. All participants went through Covid-19 tests and only after that participated in Tokyo Olympics.

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