That’s it for Scroll’s coverage of the Asian Games for today.

Another action-packed day which saw India win seven medals across athletics, roller skating and table tennis.

Sutirtha Mukherjee and Ayhika Mukherjee came one game away from reaching a historic first women’s table tennis doubles final in India’s history but they fell agonisingly short. Their bronze medal is India first in the event. The men’s and women’s 3000m roller skating relay teams won bronze medals each.

After a super Sunday which saw India win nine medals in track and field, India’s athletes continued their medal rush of Monday with Parul Chaudhary, Ancy Sojan and the mixed 4x400m relay team winning silver. Steeplechaser Priti won a bronze as India end day 9 in fourth place with a total of 60 medals.

Bridge: The round robin phase of the team event came to a close on Monday at Hangzhou. While the Indian men’s team made it to the semi-finals, the mixed team and women’s team were eliminated after finishing fifth and seventh respectively in their events.

Chess, Round 4: While the Indian men’s team cruised to a 3.5-0.5 win over Kyrgyzstan, the women’s team lost 1.5-2.5 to top seeds China. R Vaishali suffered the lone loss in that match as Koneru Humpy, Harika Dronavalli, and Vantika Agarwal all played out draws.

Athletics, Decathlon, 400m: Tejaswin Shankar huffs and puffs over the line, but he had a good enough lead to ensure he finishes first in the decathlon 400m race. He clocks 49.67 seconds. And with it, he stays in the lead at the end of the day in the decathlon.

Athletics, mixed 4x400m relay: Hang on! According to the official result, India have been upgraded from bronze to silver in the mixed 4x400m relay event! Sri Lanka have been disqualified for lane infringement! It’s just like it was back in 2018! India were awarded gold after Bahrain, who had crossed the line first, were disqualified. This time around, India climb from third to second!

Athletics, Decathlon, 400m: Tejaswin Shankar’s season best is 48.41s, also his personal best, in the decathlon 400m. The race starts at 6.40 pm IST.

Athletics, Decathlon, high jump: The high jump event does the trick! Tejaswin Shankar is at the top of the men’s decathlon leaderboard with 3430 points, after four events. Up next, the last event for the night is the 400m race.

Diving, Men’s 1m Springboard: London Singh Hemam finishes 12th among 15 competitors in the event. He scored a total of 207.8 points.

Athletics, mixed 4x400m relay: 2018 gold medal winners India clinch bronze in Hangzhou! The team of Muhammed Ajmal, Vithya Ramraj, Rajesh Ramesh and Subha Venkatesan finish with a time of 3:14.34 behind gold medal winners Bahrain and silver medallists Sri Lanka. Venkatesan, running the last leg, gave it her all but just couldn’t pip the Sri Lankan runner on the line.

Women’s Long Jump Final: Ancy Sojan takes home the silver medal! She fouls in her final attempt, but it doesn’t matter. She is already an Asian Games silver medallist. The celebrations begin for the Kerala athlete.

Women’s Long Jump Final: Shaili Singh registers 6.23m with her final attempt. She is out of contention and finishes fifth with a best of 6.48m. An unfortunate end for the 19-year-old.

Athletics, Decathlon, High Jump: Tejaswin Shankar was sixth at the start of the high jump event in men’s decathlon. He finishes with a season best of 2.21m and has shot up to the top of the overall leaderboard. He’s now on 3430 points, ahead of China’s Sun Qihao on 3261.

Athletics, Women’s Long Jump Final: Ancy Sojan registers a new personal best. 6.63m with her fifth attempt. She solidifies her second spot with just one round of jumps left. China’s Xiong Shiqi leads with 6.73m.

Can Ancy Sojan maintain her silver? Can she go for the gold?

Athletics, Women’s Long Jump Final: Shaili Singh betters to 6.48m, but she is still out of that podium place. She is currently joint fourth with Japan’s Hata.

Athletics, Decathlon, High Jump: Tejaswin Shankar goes up to 2.24 now. He just about cleared his season best of 2.21.

Athletics, Women’s Long Jump Final: Ancy Sojan goes 6.30m with her fourth attempt. She maintains her second spot.

Athletics, Decathlon, High Jump: Tejaswin Shankar has pushed the bar up to 2.18m now. He cleared 2.09m and 2.12 in his first attempt, took a second shot at clearing 2.15m. In the process, he’s shot up to the top of the overall decathlon standings.

Athletics, Women’s Long Jump Final: A pat on the back from Ancy Sojan before Shaili Singh starts her fourth attempt. Singh fails to improve though as she registers 6.31m. She is placed fifth and has two more attempts left.

Athletics, Decathlon, High Jump: Tejaswin Shankar has come out to play. Sinks his first jump of 1.97m without any fuss. Then clears the 2.03 in his first attempt to top to the high jump standings.

Athletics, Men’s 200m final: Amlan Borgohain finishes sixth with a time of 20.98s.

Athletics, Women’s Pole vault final: Vengkatesh fails to clear 4.10 in the three attempts and will not win a medal with two more Chinese athletes yet to begin their competition.

Athletics, Women’s Long Jump Final: Ancy Sojan improves to 6.56m. She equals her personal best in Hangzhou and moves up to the silver medal place again. Early domination from Sojan and she has well and truly has arrived!

Athletics, Women’s Long Jump Final: Shaili Singh leaps 6.15m with her third attempt. She continues to be fourth.

Athletics, Women’s Long Jump Final: Ancy Sojan has been pushed down to the bronze medal position, courtsey a 6.50m personal best for Yue Nga Yan. Shaili Singh is fourth.

Athletics, Women’s Pole vault final: Pavithra fails on both of her attempts at 4.10. She’s currently still on the third position but both the Chinese athletes are yet to vault.

Athletics, Women’s Long Jump Final: Ancy Sojan improves to 6.49m with her second attempt. She rises to the silver medal position and pushes Shaili Singh to third. This competition is getting heated up already.

Athletics, Women’s 3000m steeplechase: It’s silver and bronze for India in the women’s 3000m steeplechase! Parul Chaudhary takes silver while Priti pips Bahrain’s Tigset Mekonen to bronze in a late dash! Winfred Yavi, defends her Asian Games title from five years ago by smashing the Games record. Chaudhary kept up with the World Champion Yavi until just before the final lap when Yavi just took off. Priti was in a race with Mekonen until the finish line and she just came out on top. Superb from the pair!

Athletics, Decathlon, High Jump: The high jump event in decathlon is well underway, but Tejaswin Shankar is yet to register a jump. His competitors are still attempting 1.85m mark – but Shankar’s personal best is 2.29m. He’ll come along once the height is big enough for him.

Athletics, Women’s Long Jump Final: Ancy Sojan too takes off from way behind the board, and registered a leap of 6.13m. She is placed fourth currently.

Athletics, Women’s Long Jump Final: Shaili Singh starts off with 6.38m. Having took off way far behind from the board, the youngster will look to better it in her upcoming attempts.

Athletics, Women’s 3000m steeplechase: Last night, Avinash Sable decimated the men’s 3000m steeplechase as he clinched the title. Reigning Asian Athletics Champion Parul Chaudhary faces a tough competition to clinch gold from World Champion and defending champion Winfred Yavi. The Bahraini has already won gold in 1500m ahead of India’s Harmilan Bains and she will be gunning to make it two in two. Also in the fray is India’s Priti.

Athletics, Women’s Long Jump Final: Shaili Singh and Ancy Sojan in fray for India. Both of them start the event as strong medal contenders. While Singh has a season and personal best of 6.76m, Sojan’s best stands at 6.56m.

Athletics, Men’s Decathlon, High Jump: We come to Tejaswin Shankar’s pet event, the high jump. And perhaps this is where the fortunes will change for him. He’s currently sixth out of seven athletes with a total of 2428 points after the 100m, long jump and shot put events. Just two events left in the decathlon event now, high jump and then the 400m sprint.

Athletics, Women’s Pole vault final: In action now in the final of the women’s pole vault is 148-ranked Pavithra Vengatesh. The personal best and the season best for the 21-year-old are 4.10. China’s Li Ling (ranked 20) and Niu Chunge (ranked 22) are the ones to beat.

Athletics: After last night’s incredible nine-medal haul, the Indian athletics contingent will look to add to the tally tonight with a clutch of track and field finals to come. India’s stars can win upto seven medals tonight with finals of women’s pole vault, women’s long jump, men’s 200m, women’s 3000m steeplechase and the 4x400m mixed relay to come.

Archery, Recurve Men’s Individual quarter-final: Meanwhile, Dhiraj Bommadevara wins 6-5 after being taken to a shootoff by Bangladesh’s Rubel Mohammad Hakim Ahmed.

Archery, Recurve Men’s Individual quarter-final: Atanu Das defeats Robert Nam 7-1 in a comfortable win.

Archery, Recurve Women’s Individual quarter-final: Bhajan Kaur goes down 3-7 to Korea’s An San.

Basketball, Women’s Quarter-Final: The Indian hopes for a podium ends as they go down 57-96 against North Korea. Sreekala Rani topscored for India with 16 points, while Pushpa Senthil Kumar scored 10.

Squash, Men’s Singles: Mahesh Mangaonkar goes down 6-11, 2-11, 6-11 in straight games to Ryunosuke Tsukue of Japan in the Round of 16.

Squash, Men’s Singles: India’s Saurav Ghosal is through to the quarter-finals with an 11-4, 11-4, 11-6 win over Kuwait’s Altamimi Ammar.

Archery, Recurve Women’s Individual Round of 16: First loss of the day in Indian archery and it’s a close one. Ankita Bhakat loses to Indonesia’s Octavia Rezza 6-5 in the women’s individual round of 16 after a shoot-off.

Archery, Recurve Men’s Individual Round of 16: Atanu Das and Dhiraj Bommadevara continue the wins in Indian archery. Das defeats Malaysia’s Mohamad Bin Anuar Hairul 6-4 in a close contest, while Bommadevara defeats Bhutan’s Dorji Lam 6-2 in the recurve men’s individual Round of 16.

Kabaddi, women’s Group A, IND 34-34 TPE: The last time the Indian women’s kabaddi team featured at the Asian Games, there was disappointment. They had lost the gold medal match to Iran. They’ve been waiting five years for this Hangzhou campaign to begin, to start their redemption journey. That start came on Monday, but not the result. They were held – and almost beaten – by Chinese Taipei. The score was 34-34 at the end of the match. They didn’t earn a draw. They avoided defeat. Just about.

Hockey, Men’s Pool A, IND 12-0 BAN, FT: India seal their place in the semi-finals with another comprehensive win. Bangladesh did not trouble the Indian goal at all. 12 goals from seven different scorers bodes well for India. They top pool A with a massive goal difference of 53 having scored 58 goals and conceded just five.

Hockey, Men’s Pool A, IND 12-0 BAN, Q4: Another pair of quick goals! Sumit joins the party scoring from an acute angle with some help from the Bangladesh goalkeeper. Abhishek makes it a dozen goal

Hockey, Men’s Pool A, IND 10-0 BAN, Q4: Two quick goals from India to start the final quarter! And Abhishek has a hand in both of them. For the first goal, Abhishek’s pass from near the baseline loops up off a Bangladesh stick. Mandeep gets his hat-trick by smashing the ball first time into goal, almost like a tennis smash. Moments later, Abhishek lets fly from distance. The shot is saved by the keeper but the rebound fall to Nilakanta Sharam who fires the ball into goal.

Sepaktakraw, men’s Quadrant Preliminary Group B: In the men’s event however, India win 21-16, 21-15 against the Philippines.

Archery, Recurve Women’s Individual Round of 32: Bhajan Kaur defeats Yemen’s Atheer Fisal Ali AlHusaini 6-0 in a commanding win in the women’s individual Round of 32.

Squash: An easy 13-minute win for Tanvi Khanna as she beats Thailand’s Arichaya Chujit 11-1, 11-3, 11-2 and moves into the quarter-final stage in the women’s singles event.

Kabaddi, Women’s Group A, IND 17-15 TPE: Pooja Hatvala manages to get an all-out by taking down three Taipei players but Hsiu-Chen Feng is having an amazing match so far and immediately get one more point. India will need to be wary of Feng in the second half.

Hockey, Men’s Pool A, IND 8-0 BAN, Q3: Abhishek scores! What a goal from the Indian forward! From the left, eh unleashes a low and powerful tomahawk that evades the keeper and nestles on the other side of goal.

Kabaddi, Women’s Group A: Not the best of starts for the Indian women as they currently trail 11-12 to Chinese Taipei in the first half.

Badminton, Men’s Doubles: Arjun MR and Dhruv Kapila retire midway in their R32 contest. They were trailing 3-13 against Japan’s Yugo Kobayashi and Hoki Takuro. This is India’s second retirement of the day.

Remember, MR Arjun did not play the men’s team final yesterday because of fitness issues. Kapila had to play the second doubles tie of that contest with Sai Pratheek.

Hockey, Men’s Pool A, IND 7-0 BAN, Q3: Harmanpreet Singh gets his hat-trick! A PC in the second minute of the quarter. Harmanpreet doesn’t look like he got full power behind it but the flick still had enough force to deflect off the goalkeeper’s glove into the top corner.

Badminton, Men’s Doubles: Satwik/Chirag sail into the Round of 16 with a 21-11, 21-16 win over Chow Hin Long and Lui Chun Wai in 34 minutes.

Hockey, Men’s Pool A, IND 6-0 BAN, Q3: India scored six in the first half. How many can they score in the second?

Hockey, Men’s Pool A, IND 6-0 BAN, HT: India go into a half-time with a comfortable 6-0 lead. Bangladesh did not even register a shot on goal.

Hockey, Men’s Pool A, IND 6-0 BAN, Q2: Sixth goal for India! Bangladesh give away another PC. There’s no Harmanpreet Singh on the pitch. No matter. Amit Rohidas steps up and sends his drag flick to the same spot Harmanpreet did twice before.

Sepaktakraw, Women’s Quadrant Preliminary Group B: India lose 18-21, 15-21 to the Philippines.

Hockey, Men’s Pool A, IND 5-0 BAN, Q2: Two in a minute! PC for India and Harmanpreet Singh’s powerful drag-flick is saved by the keeper. Mandeep is the quickest to react and with just one hand on his stick, swats the ball in goal.

Badminton, Men’s Doubles: Satwik/Chirag win the first game 21-11 comfortably against Hong Kong’s Chow Hin Long and Lui Chun Wai.

Hockey, Men’s Pool A, IND 4-0 BAN, Q2: Lalit Kumar Upadhyay scores! Really good work from Abhishek once again. Gets the ball on the baseline, beats his defender and crosses the ball. Lalit needs to just put his stick out to deflect the ball past the keeper and he does just that.

Hockey, Men’s Pool A, IND 3-0 BAN, Q2: Mandeep Singh scores! Unselfish play from Abhishek to shield Varun Kumar’s pass in the circle and square it to Mandeep. The Indian forward slaps the ball into goal at the first time of asking. Really loving the connection Mandeep and Abhishek have developed.

Badminton, Men’s Singles: Kidambi Srikanth cruises into R32 with a 21-10, 21-9 win over Vietnam’s le Duc Phat.

Hockey, Men’s Pool A, IND 2-0 BAN, Q2: Bangladesh begin the second quarter by pinging a number of passes all over the field. Alas, the run is broken by an errant pass.

Kabaddi, women’s Group A, IND vs TPE: The Indian women’s team begins its campaign with a group stage match against minnow Chinese Taipei. The Indians will not be taking any match lightly this term, especially after what happened in Jakarta 2018. The Indians, much fancied, were out-done by a spirited Iran team (both in the women’s and men’s events). And for the first time in the history of the sport in kabaddi, the Indians (again, both men and women) failed to win the gold. They have waited five years, now is their chance to get back to winning ways.

Squash: Joshna Chinappa suffers a shock exit from the women’s singles event as she loses 4-11, 12-10, 9-11, 8-11 to South Korea’s Heo Mingyeong in the women’s singles Round of 16.

Hockey, Men’s Pool A, IND 2-0 BAN, Q1: Bangladesh doing well to keep India at bay. Having scored twice early, India have also eased off a bit but still have bulk of the possession.

Hockey, Men’s Pool A, IND 2-0 BAN, Q1: Harmanpreet at it again! A silly defensive error from Bangladesh to give away another PC. Same man, same angle and the same spot. India 2-0 up!

Badminton, men’s singles: Quick first game from Srikanth. He wins the opening game 21-10 against Vietnam’s Ie Duc Phat.

Hockey, Men’s Pool A, IND 1-0 BAN, Q1: Three minutes in and India win their first penalty corner after Mandeep Singh is brought down in the circle. Harmanpreet Singh fires in his drag flick straight through the middle.

Hockey, Men’s Pool A, IND vs BAN: With four wins in four matches, the Indian men’s hockey team take on Bangladesh in their final Pool A match. India need just a point to qualify for the semi-finals but given the gulf in quality, expect them to make it five wins in five.

Badminton, men’s singles: Kidambi Srikanth is in action next. He takes on Vietnam’s Le Duc Phat.

Badminton, mixed doubles: Unfortunate news for the Indians. Rohan Kapoor is under the weather and cannot compete. Two points into the match, he and partner Sikki Reddy decide they cannot continue. They hand Malaysia’s Goh Soon Huat and Shevon Lai Jemie a walkover.

Badminton, mixed doubles: Rohan Kapoor and N Sikki Reddy take on Malaysia’s Goh Soon Huat and Shevon Lai Jemie in the Round of 32.

Archery, women’s compound Round of 16: Aditi Swami and Jyothi Surekha Vennam continued the good run for Indian compound archers as they beat Syahara Khoerunisa of Indonesia (148-146) and Fatimah Saad Mahmood AlMashhadani (146-141) respectively to progress to the quarter-final stage.

The individual recurve elimination rounds will begin at 1.45pm.

Archery, men’s compound Round of 16: Abhishek Verma and Ojas Pravin Deotale have progressed to the quarter-finals stage after victories in the individual elimination round. Verma beat beat Day van Nguyen of Vietnam 146-142 while Deotale closed out his match against Chen Chieh-Lun of Chinese Taipei by just one point (146-145).

Archery, women’s compound Round of 32: Jyothi Vennam defeats Anuradha Karunaratne Wijesinghe 145-132. Meanwhile, Aditi Swami defeats Imayung Rai of Nepal 149-137. They both advance to the Round of 16. Comfortable victories for the compound archers in all four matches!

Table tennis, women’s doubles semi-final, INDIA 3-4 NORTH KOREA: The dream run ends in the quarter-final for Sutirtha Mukherjee and Ayhika Mukherjee. A strong, confident display, but they come up just short of the North Korean duo of Cha Suyong and Pak Sugyong. The Indians take home the bronze after losing the semi-final 11-7, 8-11, 11-7, 8-11, 9-11, 11-5, 2-11.

In the history of the Asian Games, this is the third medal won by India – a third bronze. And a first in women’s doubles.

Archery, men’s compound Round of 32: In a comfortable win, Ojas Pravin Deotale defeated Ahmad Alshatti of Kuwait 148-139. Similarly, Abhishek Verma also defeats S Ayman Belal Alawadi of Saudi Arabia 147-139 to make it to the round of 16.

Table tennis, women’s doubles semi-final, INDIA 3-3 NORTH KOREA: We’re going into the decider! Strong, aggressive play from the Indians to win the game 11-5.

Table tennis, women’s doubles semi-final, INDIA 2-3 NORTH KOREA: For the first time in this match, Sutirtha Mukherjee and Ayhika Mukherjee are trailing. The North Koreans win the fifth game 11-9. The Indians maintained their attacking intent, but there were a few errors made. The North Koreans meanwhile found a few gaps and took advantage. None more telling that that inside-out forehand winner from Cha Suyong between the two Indians that won the game.

Table tennis, women’s doubles semi-final, INDIA 2-2 NORTH KOREA: North Korea draws level again. They win the fourth game 11-8.

Table tennis, women’s doubles semi-final, IND 2-1 North Korea: Ayhika Mukherjee and Sutirtha Mukherjee are back in the lead. They win the third game 11-7 in a good display of changeups. They would hit with power and then mix things up by playing with spin.

Table tennis, women’s doubles semi-final, IND 1-1 North Korea: Cha Suyong and Pak Sugyong draw level. Much better display from them in the second game, as they won it 11-8 against Ayhika Mukherjee and Sutirtha Mukherjee.

Table tennis, women’s doubles semi-final, IND 1-0 North Korea: Sutirtha Mukherjee and Ayhika Mukherjee win the first game 11-7. Good aggressive start from the Indians in this semi-final against the North Koreans.

Badminton, Mixed Doubles Round of 32: India’s Tanisha Crasto and Sai Pratheek advance to the Round of 16 with straight games win over Macao, China’s Leong Iok Chong and Ng Weng Chi. The pair won a close first game 21-18 before taking a good lead in the second. However, the pair from Macao fought back but the Indian pair kept their nerves to seal the match 21-18, 21-14.

Squash, Mixed Doubles Pool D: A quick-fire win for Abhay Singh and Anahat Singh as they wrap up their third win in the pool, beating Prasertratanakul and Arkarahirunya 11-5, 11-6 in less than ten minutes. The Indian singles players will start their matches from 12.30pm onwards.

Table tennis, women’s doubles: Sutirtha Mukherjee and Ayhika Mukherjee have already created history for India, but they’re not just done yet. The duo became the first ever women’s doubles team from the country to secure an Asian Games medal in table tennis. They beat the world No 2 team from China Chen Meng and Wang Yidi in the quarter-final to secure a medal. In the semi-final they take on North Korea’s Cha Suyong and Pak Sygyong.

At the 2018 Asian Games, India won bronze in the men’s team and mixed doubles event – the country’s first ever TT medals at the Asiad. Can the duo from Bengal go one medal better?

Squash: The Indian contingent’s challenge in singles and doubles continue with Abhay Singh and Anahat Singh first up in mixed doubles against Anantana Prasertratanakul and Arkaradet Arkarahirunya of Thailand. In the singles’ events, Saurav Ghosal, Mahesh Mangaonkar, Joshna Chinappa and Tanvi Khanna will all be in action today.

Canoe Sprint, Men’s Canoe Double 500m Final: Gyaneshwor Singh Philem and Ribason Singh Ningthoujam finished eighth with a time of 1:54.723.

Canoe Sprint, Women’s Kayak Double 500m Final: The duo of Binita Chanu Oinam and Parvathy Geetha finished ninth with a timing of 2:07.440.

Badminton: After yesterday’s thrilling men’s badminton team final, the individual events get underway today in the round of 32. There are Indians in action in the men’s singles, men’s doubles and mixed doubles draw today. First up is the mixed doubles pair of Sai Pratheek and Tanisha Crasto who take on Macao, China’s Leong Lok Chong and Ng Weng Chi.

N Sikki Reddy and Rohan Kapoor will be next up when they face Malaysia’s Goh Soon Huat and Shevon Jemie Lai.

After his loss in the men’s team final, Kidambi Srikanth will be back in action when he faces Vietnam’s Ie Duc Phat in the men’s singles.

In the men’s doubles, MR Arjun and Dhruv Kapila will take on Japan’s Kobayashi/Hoki pair while Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty will face Hong Kong’s Chow/Lui pair.

Archery, Women’s Team Recurve: India beat Thailand 5-1 courtesy the team of of Ankita Bhakat, Bhajan Kaur and Simranjeet Kaur.

Archery, Men’s Team Recurve: The trio of Dhiraj Bommadevara, Atanu Das and Tushar Prabhakar Shelke beat Hong Kong 6-0 and progress into the quarter-finals.

At the end of the morning session, Tejaswin Shankar is fifth in the overall Decathlon standings with 2428 points

Sepaktakraw, Men’s Quadrant Preliminary Group B: The Indian men get their first points in the group with a 21-7, 21-15 win over Singapore.

Decathlon, Shotput: A season best 13.39m from Tejaswin Shankar puts him at fifth best in the event. He gets 691 points. The newly turned decathlete is placed fifth after three events. He’ll look to gain some places when he competes in his pet event - high jump, later today.

Athletics, Women’s 400m Hurdles: A run of dreams for Vithya Ramraj as she equals PT Usha’s longstanding, 39-year-old national record. Ramraj clocked 55.42s to win Heat 1 and qualify for the final. This comes just weeks after she clocked 55.43s at the IGP 5. On the other hand, Sinchal Kaveram Theetharamada clocked 58.62s to finish sixth in Heat 2. She does not advance further in the competition.

Kurash: Jyoti Tokas loses 0-3 to Iran’s Melika Omid Vandchaly in the women’s -87kg Quarter-final Bout 2. In the men’s -90kg Quarter-final Bout 3, Yash Chauhan loses 0-10 to Sadegh Azarang, also from Iran.

Canoe Sprint, Women’s Canoe Double 500m Final: The duo of Megha Pradeep and Shivani Verma finished ninth with a timing of 2:17.614.

Canoe Sprint, Men’s Canoe Single 1000m Final: Niraj Verma finished seventh with a timing of 4:36.314.

Athletics, Men’s 400m Hurdles: Santosh Tamilarasan finishes second in Heat 1 with 49.28, while Yashas Palaksha finishes second in Heat 3 at 49.61s. Both of them earn the automatic qualification spot in the final.

Archery, Men’s Team Compound: The Indian trio of Ojas Deotale, Abhishek Verma, and Prathamesh Jawkar move into quarter-finals with a 235-219 win over the team from Singapore.

Athletics, Men’s High Jump: India’s Sarvesh Kushare and Jesse Sandesh both register a jump of 2.10m in the qualification round and make it through to the final. The automatic qualification mark for the event stood way higher at 2.26m, but none of the athletes breached it.

Decathlon, Long Jump: Tejaswin Shankar emerges as the best athlete with a 7.37m leap. He pockets a massive 903 points from the event.

Roller Skating, Men’s 3000m Relay: Minutes after the women’s team win bronze, the men’s team of Aryanpal Ghuman, Anandkumar Velkumar, Siddhant Kamble, and Vikrant Ingale follow the suit. They clock 4:10.128s to finish behind Chinese Tapiei and South Korea.

Athletics, Men’s 800m: Krishan Kumar finishes second in Heat 3, clocking 1:49.45s. He joins Mohammed Afsal in the final.

Roller Skating, Women’s 3000m Relay Final: The Indian team of Karthika Jagadeeswaran, Heeral Sadhu, and Arathy Kasturi Raj bring home the bronze medal. They clock 4:34.861s to finish behind Chinese Tapei and South Korea. This is India’s first roller sports medal in Hangzhou.

Archery, Mixed Compound Team: A near perfect start for Jyothi Surekha Vennam and Ojas Deotale. The duo shoots 159/160 in the opening round to cruise past UAE. They win 159-151 and advance to the quarter-finals.

Archery, Mixed Recurve Team: Atanu Das and Ankita Bhakat start with a come-from-behind-win to register a 6-2 win over Malaysia. The Indian pair moves into quarter-finals.

Athletics, Decathlon 100m: Tejaswin Shankar starts off extremly well in Hangzhou. He shaves off almost 0.18s from his personal best to clock 11.12s and finish fourth. He pockets 834 points in the race.

Athletics, Decathlon: The recently turned decathlete Tejaswin Shankar opens his campaign with the 100m sprint. He is the slowest recorded athlete of the eight with a personal best of 11.03s.

Archery, Mixed Team: Anikta Bhakat and Atanu Das in mixed recurve, and Jyothi Vennam/Ojas Deotale in mixed compound take on Malaysia and UAE to get the day going for India in Hangzhou.

At the start of Day 9, India remain in fourth place in the overall medals table. The contingent has so far earned 53 medals – 13 gold, 21 silver and 19 bronze.

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At the close of play on an eventful Sunday, the Indian contingent won 52 medals across competitions. That tally included 13 gold medals, 20 silver and 19 bronze. It kept India fourth in the overall leaderboard behind China, Japan and South Korea.

On Monday, individual and team elimination rounds in recurve and compound archery begin as does kabaddi.

The contingent will be expected to grab more medals as athletics continues. Nine medals were won on Sunday and more will be up for grabs with Parul Chaudhary featuring in women’s 3000m steeplechase final, Shaili Singh in the women’s long jump final and Amlan Borgohain in the men’s 200m final.

Tejaswin Shankar will also participate in three of his decathlon events.

Meanwhile, the Indian men’s team will be looking to remain on top of Group A in their final group game against Bangladesh.

In squash, Tanvi Khanna, Joshna Chinappa and Saurav Ghosal will begin in their individual campaigns.

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