Asian Indoor Games 2017: Day 9 Schedule and Results

Asian Indoor Games Day 7 Schedule and Results

Indians placed 13th in the medal tally have won medals everyday. Today Indians are playing in Billiards, Sambo, Chess, Tennis Swimming and Wrestling. While in Tennis Sumit Nagal has the chance to enter final, Swimming and Wrestling has medal matches today. Check complete schedule and results of Day 9 for India.

IND vs AUS: After Losing on Safe Venues, Can Aussies Save Series in India’s Den!!

Indore has hosted 4 ODIs against three nations and all have been convincingly won by the hosts. Australia have lost the first two ODIs at venues where they never lost and where they even lifted their first ODI World Cup. Now, the venue where Indians have not only won all 5 international matches but went on breaking records, can they keep the 5-match series alive!!

Indian Cricket Record at Holkar Stadium, Indore

holkar indore

Indore’s debut as host of International Cricket started in 2006 when Indians defeated England in the first ODI at Holkar Stadium. Since then India has won all the four ODI matches hosted by Indore, and also the Only test match hosted in 2016. First match at ODI saw fiery Sreesanth grabbing 6 wickets. Captain Sehwag scored ODIs highest double century and test match saw Kohli’s Doubles century and 13-wicket performance by Ashwin. So far in 5 matches, the closest a team challenged was South Africa but Indian bowlers bowled them out getting 10 out of 10 in all 4 ODIs and 20 in the only test. Check the records of Only Test match and ODI records at Indore.

Asian Indoor Games 2017: Indian Schedule and Results on Day 8

Having won 5 Gold, 6 Silver and 5 Bronze medals, Indians have chance to win multiple medals on Day 8, Sept 23. They are playing multiple medal matches as well other knockout events whose medals will be decided on Day 8. Check the complete list of Indian participants on Day 8. Indians won 2 Silver medals on Day 7.

Asian Indoor Games 2017: Indian Schedule and Result on Day 7

Medal tally India

Indians are in action today in Belt Wrestling, Billiards, Chess, Tennis and Kurash. After winning a Silver and a Bronze yesterday, Indians won two silver medals today. Malaprabhu Yallppa Jadhav (Kurash) won Silver and Deborah won second silver in Cycling., Sumit Nagal and Mixed Doubles team (Tennis) will play the medal matches. In Belt Wreslting none could proceed to medal match. In Chess and Billiards Indians have made some good progress. Check complete schedule and results of Day 7 of Asian Indoor Games 2017. At the end of Day 7, India has won 5 Gold medals, 6 Silver and 5 Bronze medals and is at 9th position.

Japan Open Super Series 2017: Pranaav Jerry Chopra / Sikki Reddy Are Only 2nd from India in Semis

Sikki Reddy and Pranaav Chopra

Pranaav / Sikki lost the semifinal in three sets after a tough fight of 1 hour against 147th seeds. Earlier, from the 16-member contingent, India’s best mixed doubles pair of Pranaav Jerry Chopra and Sikki Reddy became only the second Indians after Saina Nehwal (2011) to reach the semifinals of Japan Open Super series that is yet to be won by any Indian. 3rd time Quarterfinalist Srikanth and 2nd time quarterfinalist HS Prannoy failed again to reach the semifinals of Japan Open. 19th seed Pranaav and Sikki now face 146 seeds Japanese pair in the semifinals for a historic shot at being the first from India to reach Japan Open Super Series finals.

Australian Hockey League 2017: New Arena for Indian Women’s Hockey Team

Indian Women's Hockey team for Australian Hockey League

As Seniors completed their first experience of matches against the Men’s team, now Indian Women’s A team will be participating for the first time in Australian Women’s Hockey League following the footsteps of Men’s A team that will participate for second consecutive edition of AHL at the same time. Hockey India has announced the 18-member team that will participate as one team of the league tournament where two groups will have 5 teams each. 8 teams are from different parts of Australia and one team is from New Zealand. Preeti Dubey will lead the team under her deputy Udita. The tournament starts from 28 September.

Australian Hockey League 2017: Indian Men’s A Team Announced

Indian Men's A Hockey team for Australian Hockey league

Indian Men’s A Hockey Team has been announced for the Australian Hockey League (AHL) 2017 (Men). AHL will be held at Perth from 28th September 2017 in Perth. While Indian Women’s Hockey team will participate for the first time, this will be the second consecutive season for an Indian team at AHL. Vikas Dahiya, goalkeeper, will lead the contigent and Amit Rohidas will be his deputy.

Japan Open 2017: 3 in QF as Pranaav / Sikki become 1st Indian Doubles Team in QF as 4 including Saina and Sindhu lose

Japan Open Day 3

Pranaav Chopra and Sikki Reddy became the first Indian Doubles team to reach the Quarterfinals of Japan Open Super Series 2017 where otherwise dismal record of Indians continued. The only semifinalist (2011) Saina was knocked out with Sindhu. Indians stay hopeful though as its 3rd QF for Srikanth (2016 and 2013) and 2nd for HS Prannoy (2013). 19th seed Mixed Doubles pair has the best chance for semifinals if rankings hold priority.

Asian Indoor Championship 2017: Indians Win 2 More Gold Medals, overall 12 Medals

indoor Gold 4 5

On Day 5, Indians concluded Athletics with 2 Gold medals finishing 2nd in the event with 5 Gold Medals. Today, Arpinder and Ajay Kumar won Gold medals for India, while in Cycling Indians opened account with a Silver by Deborah. In Kurash, India had two semifinalists and won two bronze. Indians won 2 Gold medals yesterday after Poornima won their first Gold medal.

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