Tokyo Paralympics – Day 9, September 2 – Badminton action continues – Preview, Schedule, Live Streaming, Where to Watch
The main focus for India on Day 9 would be badminton, where the country will play at least eight group stage matches tomorrow
After winning medals for three straight days at the Tokyo Paralympics, India failed to do anything substantial on the eighth day of the Games. Athletes from the country would be eager to change that when they take to the field tomorrow.
The main focus for India would be badminton, where India will play at least eight group stage matches tomorrow, with the entire seven-member contingent in action.
Besides Pistol shooters Akash and Rahul Jakar will be seen competing in the Mixed 25m Pistol, while the country's sole canoe and taekwondo in Tokyo – Prachi Yadav and Aruna Tanwar too will start their campaign tomorrow.
India's only interest in athletics will be later in the evening when Men's F35 Shot Put star Arvind takes the centerstage in the Olympic Stadium.
Schedule or When to Watch?
Akash and Rahul Jakar - Mixed 25m Pistol SH1 Qualification - 5:15 am IST
Palak Kohli - Parul - Women's SL3-SU5 Doubles - 5:30 am IST
Suhas Yathiraj - Men's Singles SL4 - 6:10 am IST
Prachi Yadav - Women's Va'a 200m VL2 Heat - 6:10 am IST
Tarun Dhillon - Men's Singles SL4 - 6:50 am IST
Aruna Tanwar - Women's K44 -49kg Round of 16 - 7:15 am IST
Parul Parmar - Women's Singles SL4 - 8:50 am IST
Krisha Nagar - Men's SH6 Singles - 9:30 am IST
Palak Kohli - Women's SU5 Singles - 10:10 am IST
Pramod Bhagat - Men's SL3 Singles - 1:10 pm IST
Parul Parmar - Women's Singles SL4 - 2:30 pm IST
Arvind - Men's F35 Shot Put Final - 4:28 pm IST
Where to Watch?
You can catch both the matches live on Eurosport or Eurosport HD. Alternatively, you can also watch it on Doordarshan (DD) Sports.
Since Eurosport has the broadcast rights, the match will be live-streamed on Discovery+ if you have the subscription. Moreover, you can also stream it live on the Prasar Bharati YouTube channel.