Asian Games 2018 Day 2 India Schedule in IST & Medal Tally: Full Fixtures List of Indian Athletes in Action on August 20
Indian action on Day 2 of Asian Games 2018

After witnessing mixed fortunes on the first day of sporting action at Jakarta Palembang 2018 Asian Games, India will look forward to having a more eventful second day. India is currently placed ninth in the medal standings with two medals, wrestler Bajrang Punia’s gold medal and shooters Apurvi Chandela-Ravi Kumar’s bronze medal in 10m Air Rifle Mixed Team. On Day 2, once again it will be India’s wrestlers and shooters who will be the best bet to increase the medal tally. The wrestling contingent will see Rio Olympics bronze-medallist Sakshi Malik along with Vinesh Phogat, Pooja Dhanda and Pinki. 2018 Commonwealth Games gold medallist Sumit Malik will also be in action according to Asian Games 2018 Day 2 schedule. You must save the complete timetable with full fixtures of Indian athletes with match timings in IST to now miss out on any big moment. Asian Games Medal Tally 2018 Updated: India Ninth With Bajrang Punia’s Gold in Current Positions and Country-Wise Gold, Silver, Bronze Medal Standings.

Indian shooting contingent will kick-start the proceedings at Asian Games on Monday. Bronze medalist in team event, Ravi Kumar along with Deepak Kumar will begin with 10m Air Rifle Men qualifications at 6.30 am IST. Apurvi Chandela who made the country proud in the team event on Sunday will be participating in 10m Air Rifle Event. Elavenil Valarivan is also in the fray of 10m Air Rifle Event with qualification round beginning from 7.30 am IST. Shreyasi Singh, who won gold medal at 2018 Gold Coast and is also a bronze medal winner at 2014 Incheon Asian Games and Seema Tomar, another big medal hopeful will be presenting India at Trap Women event at 7.00 pm IST. Asian Games 2018 Video Highlights Day 1: Bajrang Punia Bags First Gold, Apurvi-Ravi Wins Bronze for India.

The second day will be important in badminton and tennis. Beginning with shuttlers, India are in quarterfinals stage of team event. While women’s team led by Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu and Ashwini Ponnappa will take on Japan at 7.00 am IST, men led by Srikanth Kidambi, Prannoy Kumar, and Sai Praneeth will be facing Indonesia at 1.00 pm IST. In Tennis, despite the last-minute withdrawal of ace Leander Paes, the team is expected to come out in full force playing Round of 32 in singles and doubles of all men’s, women’s and mixed event. 2018 Asian Games Schedule PDF Download in IST: Full Fixtures With Match Timings of Indian Contingent at Jakarta Palembang Asiad.

2018 Asian Games Day 2 India Schedule in IST

Date Time Sports Event Match/Athletes
20th Aug 6.30 am Shooting 10m Air Rifle Men - Qualification Ravi Kumar, Deepak Kumar
20th Aug 7.00 am Shooting Trap Women – Qualification Shreyasi Singh, Seema Tomar
20th Aug 7.00 am Badminton Women's Team Quarterfinals India vs Japan
20th Aug 7.30 am Shooting 10m Air Rifle Event - Qualification Elavenil Valarivan, Apurvi Chandela
20th Aug 7.30 am Rowing Men’s Lightweight Double Sculls Heats Rohit Kumar, Bhagwan Singh
20th Aug 7.45 am Swimming Men’s 200m Individual Medley Neel Roy
20th Aug 8.00 am Shooting Trap Men Manavjeet Singh Sandhu, Lakshay
20th Aug 8.00 am Rowing Men’s Lightweight Single Sculls Heats Dushyant
20th Aug 8.00 am Swimming Men’s 800m Freestyle Advait Page
20th Aug 8.22 am Swimming Men’s 50m Backstroke Srihari Nataraj, Arvind Mani
20th Aug 8.40 am Kabaddi Women’s Kabaddi, Group A India vs Thailand
20th Aug 8.40 am Rowing Men’s Lightweight Eight Heats India
20th Aug 9.00 am Taekwondo Women 53kg Round of 16 Latika Bhandari
20th Aug 9.00 am Basketball Women’s Basketball 5x5 Preliminary, Group A Unified Korea vs India
20th Aug 9.00 am Rowing Men’s Quadruple Sculls Heats India
20th Aug 9.00 am Tennis Men’s Singles Round of 32 Prajnesh Gunneswaran vs Fitriadi M Rifqi (Indonesia)
20th Aug 9.00 am Tennis Men’s Singles Round of 32 Ramkumar Ramanathan vs Wong Hong-kit (Hong Kong)
20th Aug 9.00 am Tennis Men’s Doubles Round of 32 Rohan Bopanna-Divij Sharan vs David Agung Susanto-Ignatius Anthony Susanto (Indonesia)
20th Aug 9.00 am Tennis Men’s Doubles Round of 32 Sumit Nagal-Ramkumar Ramanathan Vs Samrakshyak Bhushan Bajracharya-Abhishek Bastola (Nepal)
20th Aug 9.00 am Tennis Women’s Singles Round of 32 Ankita Raina vs Beatrice Gumulya (Indonesia)
20th Aug 9.00 am Tennis Women’s Singles Round of 32 Karman Kaur Thandi vs Jargal Altansarnai (Mongolia)
20th Aug 9.00 am Tennis Mixed Doubles Round of 32 Rohan Bopanna-Prarthana Thombare vs To be Decided
20th Aug 9.20 am Rowing Women’s Four Heats India
20th Aug 10.00 am Handball Men’s Handball Main Round: Group 3 – Match 2 India vs Malaysia
20th Aug 11.00 am Tennis Women's Doubles Round of 32 Ankita Raina-Prarthana Thombare Vs Ushna Suhail-Sarah Khan (Pakistan)
20th Aug 11.00 am Tennis Women's Doubles Round of 32 Rutuja Bhosale-Pranjala Yadlapalli Vs Peangtarn Plipuech-Nicha Lertpitaksinchai (Thailand)
20th Aug 12.00 pm Wrestling Men's Freestyle 125 kg 1/8 Finals Sumit Malik vs Parviz Hadi (Iran)
20th Aug 12.00 pm Wrestling Women's Freestyle 50 kg 1/8 Finals Vinesh Phogat vs Sun Yanan (China)
20th Aug 12.00 pm Wrestling Women's Freestyle 53 kg 1/8 Finals Pinki vs Erdenechimegiin Sumiyaa (Mongolia)
20th Aug 12.00 pm Wrestling Women's Freestyle 57 kg 1/8 Finals Pooja Dhanda vs Orasa Sookdongyor (Thailand)
20th Aug 12.00 pm Wrestling Women's Freestyle 62 kg 1/8 Finals Sakshi Malik vs Salinee Srisombat (Thailand)
20th Aug 1.00 pm Badminton Men's Team Quarterfinals India vs Indonesia
20th Aug 3.00 pm Kabaddi Men’s Kabaddi, Group A India vs Korea
20th Aug 5.00 pm Artistic Gymnastics Men's Qualification India
20th Aug 5.00 pm Wushu Men’s Sanda Round of 16 Santosh Kumar
20th Aug 5.00 pm Wushu Men’s Sanda Round of 16 Narendra Grewal
20th Aug 7.00 pm Hockey Men’s Hockey, Pool A India vs Indonesia

Finally coming to the Wrestling event, India will have high expectations from their representatives. The expectations soar after the fall of experience Sushil Kumar on the first day. The two-time Asian Games gold medallist and two-time Olympics medal winner suffered a shock defeat to Adam Batirov of Bahrain in the first contest of the men's 74-kg freestyle category. However, now all eyes will be on Sakshi Malik, who will hope to give a reason to celebrate to India with her performance on Monday. Participating in Women's Freestyle 62 kg Malik remains country’s biggest bet to bring the gold home. We also have Vinesh Phogat (Women's Freestyle 50 kg), Pooja Dhanda (Women's Freestyle 57 kg) and Pinki (Women's Freestyle 53 kg). Their 1/8 finals matches will begin around 12.00pm IST.