Asian Games 2023 badminton schedule, date, time table, draw, live streaming telecast in India

Asian Games 2023 badminton schedule, date, time table, draw, live streaming telecast in India

Ahead of the much-anticipated 2023 Asian Games campaign of the Indian shuttlers, we examine the detailed badminton schedule, events list, draw & Indian squad

India is poised to make a historic bid for their inaugural gold medal in badminton at the upcoming Asian Games 2023, set to take place in Hangzhou from September 23 to October 8. Badminton competitions during the 19th Asian Games are slated for September 28 to October 7, with the Binjiang Gymnasium serving as the venue. The tournament will feature seven distinct events, including men’s and women’s teams, men’s and women’s singles, men’s and women’s doubles, as well as mixed doubles, each vying for coveted medals.

Asian Games 2023 badminton schedule, date, time table, draw, live streaming telecast in India where to watch

2023 Asian Games badminton: schedule, date, venue, time, & key Indian shuttlers

PV Sindhu, a two-time Olympic medalist, will lead India’s charge in both the women’s singles and team events at the upcoming competition. In the 2018 Jakarta Games, she clinched a silver medal, narrowly missing out on the gold after a defeat against Tai Tzu Ying. This time, she aims to improve upon that performance and secure the top spot on the podium. Unfortunately, Saina Nehwal, who won a bronze medal at the 2018 Jakarta Games and had previously secured a bronze at the London 2012 Olympics, will not be participating in this year’s event. Another promising duo to watch out for in women’s doubles is Gayatri Gopichand and Treesa Jolly, currently ranked 18th in the world rankings for women’s doubles in badminton.

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The Indian men’s badminton team is composed of HS Prannoy, Lakshya Sen, and Kidambi Srikanth in men’s singles, along with Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankireddy in men’s doubles. Remarkably, all of them have achieved medals at world championships. HS Prannoy, who holds the position of India’s highest-ranked men’s singles player at the Hangzhou 2023 event, secured a bronze medal at the world badminton championships in Copenhagen this past August. Meanwhile, Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankireddy, popularly known as the “Brothers of Destruction,” are poised to make an impact following their outstanding season, which included victories at the Swiss, Indonesia, and Korea Opens.

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we examine the detailed schedule of badminton matches at the 2023 Asian Games:

Date Time Event
28-Oct  6.30 AM Women’s Team (Knockout Rounds)
29-Oct  6.30 AM Women’s Team Quarterfinals
 2.30 PM Men’s Team Quarterfinals
30-Oct  6.30 AM Women’s Team Semi-Finals
 2.30 PM Men’s Team Semi-Finals
31-Oct  6.30 AM Women’s Team Final
 2.30 PM Men’s Team Final
2-Nov  6.30 AM Individual and Doubles Round 1
3-Nov  6.30 AM Individual and Doubles Round 2
4-Nov  6.30 AM Individual and Doubles Round 3
5-Nov  6.30 AM Individual and Doubles Quarterfinals
6-Nov  6.30 AM Individual and Doubles Semi-Finals
7-Nov  11.30 AM Individual and Doubles Final

Asian Games 2023 badminton: Indian shuttlers and events list

India has selected a contingent of 19 shuttlers to participate in the Hangzhou Asian Games. The team was finalized following a series of trials organized by the Badminton Association of India at the Jwala Gutta Academy of Excellence in May this year.

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Category Players
Men’s Singles  HS Prannoy
 Kidambi Srikanth
Women’s Singles  PV Sindhu
 Ashmita Chaliha
Men’s Doubles  Satwiksairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty
 Dhruv Kapila/Mr Arjun
Women’s Doubles  Treesa Jolly/Gayatri Gopichand Pullela
 Ashwini Ponappa/Tanisha Crasto
Mixed Doubles  Rohan Kapoor/Sikki Reddy
 Sai Pratheek/Tanisha Crasto
Men’s Team  HS Prannoy
 Kidambi Srikanth
 Satwiksairaj Rankireddy
 Chirag Shetty
 Dhruv Kapila
 Mr Arjun
 Lakshya Sen
 Mithun Manjunath
Women’s Team  PV Sindhu
 Ashmita Chaliha
 Treesa Jolly
 Gayatri Gopichand Pullela
 Ashwini Ponappa
 Tanisha Crasto
 Malvika Bansod
 Anupama Upadhya

When & Where To Watch: live stream & TV coverage telecast

For those eager to catch the Badminton action at the Asian Games 2023, fans can tune in to the live stream on the Sony Liv App. Additionally, live coverage will be broadcasted on Sony Sports Ten 2, 3, 4, and 5 SH/HD channels.

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