Live Streaming Tokyo Olympics 2020: How to Watch India's July 26 Events Live Online on SonyLIVTokyo Olympics Live Streaming: After a day of mixed reaction at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 where on one hand, PV Sindhu, Manika Batra and MC Mary Kom made a positive start to their campaign, disappointment at the Indian shooting and hockey dugout continued. Monday or Day 3 will begin on a historic note as CA Bhavani Devi, the first Indian to compete in fencing at the Olympics, will begin her journey in Women's Sabre Table of 64. The men's archery team will look to pull things back for the contingent after a poor start in the Olympics. Manika Batra, who had scripted an incredible comeback on Sunday to stun world no. 32, will play her round 3 game while Sutirtha Mukherjee and Sharath Kamal will be in action in their respective round 2 matches in the singles category of Table Tennis. Sumit Nagal will also be in focus as he takes on world no.2 Daniil Medvedev in his second game at the Olympics while the Indian women's hockey team will be looking to avoid an exit when they face Germany in their second group-stage tie.
India is expecting their biggest-ever medal haul in Tokyo. In its 100-year-old Olympic journey, India has bagged 28 medals at the quadrennial event, both in the individual and team events, which include nine gold, seven silver, and 12 bronze medals.
Live Streaming Tokyo Olympics 2020: How to Watch India's July 26 Events Live Online on SonyLIV
At what time does Tokyo 2020 Olympics begin?
The Tokyo Olympics 2020 events will begin at 05:00 am IST on Friday (July 26).
Where can I follow live updates of Tokyo Olympics 2020?
Live updates and coverage of Tokyo Olympics 2020 will be available on India TV Olympics 2020 page.
How do I watch live streaming of Tokyo Olympics 2020?
You can watch live streaming of Tokyo Olympics 2020 on Sony LIV, DD Sports and Jio TV.
Which TV channels will broadcast Tokyo Olympics 2020?
Tokyo Olympics 2020 will be live on Sony Sports Network. Sony TEN 1 and Sony TEN 2 will feature English commentary while Sony TEN 3 will have Hindi commentary.