As many as seven Indian boxers ensured medals at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England. However, now it's time to know the color of the medal, when the Indian pugilists enter the ring to compete in the semi-final bout on Saturday (August 6). So far, the boxers have all been assured of atleast a bronze medal.
Nikhat Zareen (50 kg), Nitu Ganghas (48 kg), Md Hussamuddin (57 kg), Amit Panghal (51 kg) and Jaismine Lamboria (60 kg), Rohit Tokas (67 kg), and Sagar Ahlawat (+92 kg) have all advanced to the semi-finals to confirm medals in their respective categories.
Meanwhile, it was a sublime day for the Indian wrestlers, where they added at least four medals to India's tally.
The next set of wrestlers, including Tokyo Olympic silver medalist Ravi Dahiya and defending champion Vinesh Phogat, among others, will be out on the mat to extend India's medal haul.
After an outstanding outing so far at CWG 2022, the Indian men's hockey team will take on South Africa in the semi-finals on the ninth day of the quadrennial showpiece event.
Stay tuned for the updated Commonwealth Games 2022 medal table on Sportskeeda.
India's Day 9 schedule for Commonwealth Games 2022
Here is a list of events and Indian athletes in action on Day 9 (August 6) of the Commonwealth Games 2022:
PARA TABLE TENNIS
Table Tennis, Badminton, and Squash fixtures will be updated once all the Day 8 (August 5) matches get over.
Where to watch India matches in CWG 2022 & Live Streaming details
Sony Sports Network has the broadcasting rights for the 2022 Birmingham Games in India. Sony TEN 1, Sony TEN 2, Sony TEN 3, Sony SIX, and Sony TEN 4 will telecast the games live for Indian viewers.
Live streaming will also be available on the Sony LIV app and website.