CWG 2022 Day 9 Schedule: Nikhat’s eyes on the golden punch, Vinesh will also confirm the medal!

Commonwealth Games 2022 Live Schedule: Saturday can bring many good news for India as many players of India are close to winning medals on this day.

Aug 05, 2022 | 5:46 pm

TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Abhishek Upadhyay


Aug 05, 2022 | 5:46 pm




Indian players are showing their strength in the Commonwealth Games being played in Birmingham and are trying their best to win medals.  This trend continued on Friday as well and it is expected that it will continue and medals will continue to come in India's bag.  How is the schedule of India on Saturday 6 August in these games to be held once in four years, know here.  (File Pic)

Indian players are showing their strength in the Commonwealth Games being played in Birmingham and are trying their best to win medals. This trend continued on Friday as well and it is expected that it will continue and medals will continue to come in India’s bag. How is the schedule of India on Saturday 6 August in these games to be held once in four years, know here. (File Pic)

In athletics, women's 4x100m relay round-1 will be a quartet of Dutee Chand, Hima Das, Shrabani Nanda, Simi Noorambalakal Samuvel.  This match will take place at 2:30 in the day.  At the same time, Priyanka Goswami and Bhawna Jat of India will enter the finals of women's 100m race walk.  This match will also start at 2.30 pm.  (File Pic)

In athletics, women’s 4x100m relay round-1 will be a quartet of Dutee Chand, Hima Das, Shrabani Nanda, Simi Noorambalakal Samuvel. This match will take place at 2:30 in the day. At the same time, Priyanka Goswami and Bhawna Jat of India will enter the finals of women’s 100m race walk. This match will also start at 2.30 pm. (File Pic)

In athletics itself, Abinash Sable of India will enter the final of 3000m steeplechase.  India's Sharmila, Santosh and Poonam Sharma will enter the finals of women's shot put F55-57 category.  Both these matches will also start at 2.30 pm.  (File Pic)

In athletics itself, Abinash Sable of India will enter the final of 3000m steeplechase. India’s Sharmila, Santosh and Poonam Sharma will enter the finals of women’s shot put F55-57 category. Both these matches will also start at 2.30 pm. (File Pic)

In wrestling, in the 76 kg weight category of women, Pooja Sihag will land on the mat.  In the men's section, Ravi Dahiya, who won a silver medal at the Tokyo Olympics in 57 kg weight category, will present the challenge.  Naveen will represent India in the 74 kg weight category.  At the same time, Deepak will land in the 97 kg weight category.  (File Pic)

In wrestling, in the 76 kg weight category of women, Pooja Sihag will land on the mat. In the men’s section, Ravi Dahiya, who won a silver medal at the Tokyo Olympics in 57 kg weight category, will present the challenge. Naveen will represent India in the 74 kg weight category. At the same time, Deepak will land in the 97 kg weight category. (File Pic)

In women's 50 kg weight category, Pooja Gehlot and 53 kg weight category Vinesh Phogat will land on the mat.  Wrestling matches will start from 3 o'clock in the day.  (File Pic)

In women’s 50 kg weight category, Pooja Gehlot and 53 kg weight category Vinesh Phogat will land on the mat. Wrestling matches will start from 3 o’clock in the day. (File Pic)

In boxing, India's Nikhat Zareen will enter the semi-finals of 50 kg weight category, while Neetu will play the semi-finals of 48 kg weight category.  Nikhat's match will start at 7:15 pm and Neetu's will start at 3 pm.  Men's boxer Mohammad Husamuddin will enter the semi-finals of the 57 kg weight category.  Their match will start at 11:30 pm.(File Pic)

In boxing, India’s Nikhat Zareen will enter the semi-finals of 50 kg weight category, while Neetu will play the semi-finals of 48 kg weight category. Nikhat’s match will start at 7:15 pm and Neetu’s will start at 3 pm. Men’s boxer Mohammad Husamuddin will enter the semi-finals of the 57 kg weight category. Their match will start at 11:30 pm.(File Pic)






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