Bhubaneswar's Kalinga Stadium will host the game's showpiece tournament for the second consecutive time after successfully conducting the event in 2018, which was won by Belgium.
India, who have hosted the men's World Cup thrice, wants to conduct the event in the January 13 to 29, 2023 window.
Both teams failed to score in the regulation time and the match went to penalty shoot-outs in which Belgium proved superior.
This was Australia's fifth bronze medal in the history of the tournament. The last time the Kookaburras had to be satisfied with a third-place finish was way back in 1994.
Eyeing to rewrite history after a hiatus of 43 years, India lost 1-2 to Netherlands in the fourth and last quarterfinal to crash out of the tournament.
The India coach's vitriolic outburst came back to haunt him as the FIH chief said a team should be graceful in defeat.
Aiming to rewrite history after a hiatus of 43 years, India lost 1-2 to the Netherlands in the fourth and last quarterfinal, crashing out in front of a packed Kalinga Stadium.
The Dutch side broke a million hearts by coming from a goal behind to knock out the hosts 2-1 in the last-eight clash.
With the Indian side preparing for the crucial quarter-final clash against the Netherlands at the Kalinga Stadium on Thursday, Tirkey said the Manpreet Singh-led side's game sense has improved massively.
In a thrilling quarterfinal, the Dutch managed to edge past India, cancelling out Akashdeep's goal in the first quarter to secure a spot in the World Cup semifinals, where they take on Australia.
India has never defeated the Netherlands in the history of the World Cup, but Harendra refused to dwell on the past.
As per the protocol of the tournament, the players were not entitled to be present at the VIP lounge.
In the six earlier meetings at the quadrennial event, Netherlands defeated India five times while one ended in a draw.
The Netherlands will now play India in the last-eight round on Thursday.
Like everyone else, Manpreet too expects the Dutch to sail into the last-eight round.
Ask former India captain Sandeep Singh, a lethal drag-flicker in his playing days, about the concern and he sums it up beautifully.
The skipper asserted that with league matches coming to an end, knockout matches are more important and they need to work really hard.
India topped Pool C with seven points on account of a better goal difference than Olympic silver medallist Belgium and will play their quarterfinal game on December 13.
India scored four goals in the fourth quarter through Chinglensana Singh (46th minute), Lalit Upadhyay (47th, 57th) and Amit Rohidas (51st) after Harmanpreet Singh gave home team the lead in the 12th minute.