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Commonwealth Games will start from today, know when are India’s matches

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 Commonwealth Games will start from today, know when are India's matches;  Where and how can I watch it live?

The Commonwealth Games 2022 will be held in Birmingham, England. Indian players have reached England with full preparation. Actually, the Commonwealth Games will start from July 28 as compared to 2022. However, in the meantime, the Indian team has suffered a major setback. One of the biggest hopes for India, Neeraj Chopra has been ruled out of this tournament due to injury.

After Neeraj’s exit, two-time Olympic medalist badminton player PV Sindhu was on Wednesday appointed as the flag-bearer of the Indian contingent for the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games.

An official of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) told news agency PTI, “PV Sindhu has been made the flag-bearer of the Indian team for the opening ceremony.”

will be broadcast live on the channels of sony network

At the same time, Indian viewers will be able to watch the live broadcast on TV. Actually, the Commonwealth Games 2022 will be broadcast live on the channels of Sony Network. Apart from this, fans will be able to watch live broadcasts on Sony Live app. It is worth noting that the broadcast rights of the Commonwealth Games 2022 are with Sony Network. At the same time, the tournament will start on July 28 at around 3 am Indian time.

Neeraj Chopra out of tournament

It is worth noting that Neeraj Chopra won the gold medal in the World Athletics Championships (WAC 2022) recently, but he will not be a part of the Indian contingent in this tournament. This is being considered a big setback for India. Apart from this, Aishwarya Babu is also not part of the Indian team. Actually, Aishwarya Babu failed to pass the dope test. At the same time, 213 players from India are participating in the Commonwealth Games 2022.

There will be 283 medal events in 19 sports

The opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games 2022 will be held from 11.30 pm on 28 July. At the same time, this time more than 4,500 players from 72 countries are participating. While there will be 283 medal events in 19 sports. It is worth noting that after 24 years, cricket is being entered in the Commonwealth Games. India first participated in the Commonwealth Games in 1934. At that time the Commonwealth Games were known as the British Empire Games.

India vs Indian players in Commonwealth Games 2022

athletics
30 July
Nitender Rawat
marathon

August 2
avinash sable
3000 m, stepledge

long jump
Murli Sreeshankar
Mohammad Anas Yahia

jyoti yaraji
100m Hurdles (Women)

Manpreet Kaur, Shotput (Female)

Navjit Kaur Dhillon, Discus Throw (Female)

5 august
Abdullah Abubakar, Praveen Chitravel and Aldhos Paul (Triple Jump, Men)
DP Manu and Rohit Yadav, Javelin Throw (Men)
Sandeep Kumar and Amit Khatri, 10 Km, Run Walk (Men)

Ansie Sojen, Long Jump (Female)
Manju Bala Singh and Sarita Romit Singh, Hammer Throw (Female)

6 august
Amoz Jacob, Noah Nirmal Tom, Arokia Rajeev, Mohammad Ajmal, Nagnathan Pandy and Rajesh Ramesh, 4X400m Relay (Men)

Bhawna Jat and Priyanka Goswami, 10 Km Run Walk (Female)

Hima Das, Dutee Chand, Sarbani Nanda, Jilana and NS Simi, 4X100m Relay (Women)

30 July 2022
Boxing, (Men)

Amit Panghal (51kg)
Mohammad Husamuddin (57kg)
Shiv Thapa (63.5kg)
Rohit Tokas (67 kg)
Sumit Kundu (75 kg)
Ashish Chowdhary (80 kg)
Sanjeet Kumar (92 kg)
Sagar Ahlawat (92+kg)

Boxing, (Female)

Neetu Ghanghas (48 kg)
Nikhat Zareen (50 kg)
Jasmine Lamboria (60 kg)
Lovlina Borgohain (70 kg)

badminton
29 July
Ashwini Ponnappa and B Sumeeth Reddy (mixed double)

August 3
PV Sindhu (Women’s Singles)
Akarshi Kashyap (Women’s Singles)
Kidambi Srikanth (Men’s Singles)

4 august
TC Jolly (Women’s Doubles)
Gayatri Gopichand (Women’s Doubles)

Satwiksairaj Rankireddy (Men’s Doubles)
Chirag Shetty (Men’s Doubles)

women’s cricket
July 29, India vs Australia, 4.30 pm
July 31, India vs Pakistan, 4.30 pm
August 3, India vs Barbados, 11.30 pm

Hockey
Male
July 31 – India vs Ghana
August 1 – India vs England
August 3 – India vs Canada
August 4: India vs Wales

woman
July 29 – India vs Ghana
30 July – India vs England
August 2 – India vs Canada
August 3 – India vs Wales

table tennis
Male
July 29 – Round 1 and 2 matches
July 30 – Round 3 match
July 31 – Quarterfinal matches
August 1 – Semi-Finals
August 2 – Final

woman
29 July – Round 1 and 2 matches
July 30 – Round 3 match
July 30 – Quarterfinal matches
July 31 – Semi-Finals
August 1 – Final

weightlifting
30 July
Mirabai Chanu (55kg) Female
Sanket Mahadev and Rishikant Singh (55 kg) men

31 July
Bindyarani Devi (59 kg) Female
Jeremy Lalrinnunga (67kg) men
Achinta Shuli (73 kg) Male

August 1
Poppy Hazarika (64 kg) Female
Ajay Singh (81 kg) Male

August 2
Usha Kumari (78kg) Female
Poornima Pandey (87+kg) Female
Vikas Thakur, Venkat Rahul (96 kg) men

Wrestling
Male
5 august
Bajrang Punia (65kg)
Deepak Punia (86 kg)
Mohit Grewal (125 kg)

woman
Anshu Malik (57kg)
Sakshi Malik (62 kg)
Divya Kakran (68 kg)

6 august
Male
Ravi Dahiya (57 kg)
Naveen (74 kg)
Deepak (97 kg)

woman
Pooja Gehlot (50 kg)
Vinesh Phogat (53 kg)
Pooja Sihag (76 kg)

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