India had a rather dull day in the Asian Games inspite of winning three Bronze medals, two in Wushu and one in Rowing. India qualified for the Men’s Volleyball QFs and got knocked out from the mwn’s Basket Ball. Indian women narrowly lost to World Champions China 1-2 in women’s hockey group game, courtesy a goal from the Chinease in the dying seconds. Shuttlers and Boxers begin their campaign in indivual events. Here is the complete round up of Indians in Day 5 of the Asian Games. 


PV Sindhu beats Kit Ieng Wong of Macau 21-7, 21-13 and qualifies for the women’s singles Round of 16.

Saina Nehwal beats Teng Lok U of Macau and qualifies for the women’s singles Round of 16.

India’s Sumeeth Reddy and Manu Attri beat Maldives’ Nasheeu Sharafuddeen and Mohamed Sarim 21-7, 21-7 and qualifies for the men’s doubles Round of 16.

India’s Pradnya Gadre and Sikki Reddy Nelakurthi beat Nepal’s Sichhya Shrestha and Punam Gurung 21-6, 21-4 iand qualifies for the women’s doubles Round of 16.

India’s Akshay Dewalkar and Pranaav Chopra lose 10-21, 15-21 against Yun Cai and Haifeng Fu of China in their Men’s Doubles Round of 32 match.

Basket Ball:

India lost to Iran 41-76 in the men’s Group B clash.


Shiva Thapa gets a walkover against Leonel Parada Helo of East Timor in the bantamweight category.

Akhil Kumar beats Nepal’s Purna Bahadur Lama by TKO in Men’s lightweight 60 kg to qualify for 2nd round. 


India’s Sangram Singh, Fouaad Mirza, Mrityunjay Sinh Rathore and Ajai Appachu Poovaiah finished with fourth place in Eventing Team Dressage. 


Women’s Pool A Match: India lost to China 1-2. 


India’s Dushiant Dushyant finishes third to win the bronze medal in Lightweight Men’s Single Sculls Final A.

India’s Sanjukta Dung Dung and Tarunikha Pratap finish fifth in Women’s Pair Final A.


India’s Varsha Gautham and Aishwarya Nedunchezhiyan at top spot after two races in 29er Women’s Two Person Dinghy with a total of 12 races to be sailed.


India’s Raj Chaudhary, Lajjakumari Tilakpuri Gauswami and Tejaswini Manojrao Muley have finished at the 11th spot in 50m Rifle Prone Women’s Team Finals.

India’s Raj Chaudhary finishes at the 22nd spot in the 50m Rifle Prone Women’s Finals. Lajjakumari Tilakpuri Gauswami ends up at the 25th position and Tejaswini Manojrao Muley finishes at the 36th spot.

India’s Seema Tomar. Shreyasi Singh, and Shagun Chowdhary finished sixth in the Trap Women’s Team Finals.


India beat Hong Kong 2-1 in their Women’s Team Group B match.

India lead 1-0 against China in their Men’s Team event Group Match.


India’s Sandeep Sejwal finishes fifth in Men’s 100m Breaststroke Heat 3.
India’s Sajan Prakash finishes sixth in Men’s 100m Butterfly Heat 3.

Volley Ball:

India lost to Thailand 19-25 12-25 11-25 in Women’s Preliminary Round Group A.

India defeated Maldives 25-10 25-19 25-17 and qualified for the QF of men’s volleyball. 

Weight Lifting:

India’s Vikas Thakur finishes at rank 1 with total weight of 327kg in Men’s 85kg Group B.


Sanathoi Devi wins Bronze in women’s Sanda 52kg.

Narender Grewal wins Bronze in Men’s Sanda -60kg


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