New Delhi: India has bagged five medals thus far and they will be eyeing three more medals on Saturday as the Tokyo Olympics is in the fag end of its edition. Aditi Ashok, the Indian golfer, who has surprised everyone with her performances will be in action early in the day. Ashok is placed 200 in the rankings but she has come up with inspiring performance as she is currently in the top three and is a medal prospect for the Indian contingent.Also Read - Thorough Coaching Programme Reason Behind Indian Hockey Revival: MM Somaya

On the other hand, Bajrang Punnia, who lost his semifinal clash against Haji Aliyev of Azerbaijan in the 65 kg Freestyle wrestling with play his Bronze medal match. Furthermore, there will be huge expectations from Neeraj Chopra in the Javelin throw event. Chopra, the 23-year old athlete, who is playing his maiden Olympics had impressed in the qualification round as his first throw was 86.65 metres and he had easily qualified for the final. Also Read - Gold Medalist Neeraj Chopra and Other Tokyo Olympics Participants Felicitated By JSW Sports

Chopra will aim to come up with his best when it matters the most in the final and bag a medal for the country. Meanwhile, Mirabai Chanu, PV Sindhu, Lovlina Borgohain, India’s Men Hockey Team and Ravi Kumar Dahiya have thus far won medals for India. Ravi Kumar Dahiya and Mirabai Chanu have both won a Silver medal each whereas PV Sindhu, Lovlina Borgohain and India’s Men Hockey team won a Bronze medal each at the Games. Also Read - Manika Batra Accuses National Coach Soumyadeep Roy of Match-Fixing During Tokyo Olympics 2020 Qualifiers

India’s Schedule at Tokyo Olympics 2020, August 7, Saturday


Men’s javelin throw final: Neeraj Chopra – 4:30 PM IST


Women’s Round 4: Diksha Dagar – 4:17 AM IST onwards*

Women’s Round 4: Aditi Ashok – 4:48 AM IST onwards*

*Subject to change due to weather conditions


Men’s freestyle 65kg bronze medal: Bajrang Punia vs TBD – 3:15 PM IST (second bout on the mat)