Indians in action on Monday

P R Sreejesh
Team India led, by goalkeeper P R Sreejesh, are eyeing to retain the hockey gold for the first time.

Jakarta: Indian men's hockey team will begin its title defence against hosts Indonesia in the Asian Games here on Monday. Team India led, by goalkeeper P R Sreejesh, are eyeing to retain the hockey gold for the first time.

Indian women shuttlers take on Uber Cup champions Japan in the quarterfinals of the team event, while the Indian men are up against Indonesia to seal a place in the semifinals.

India's schedule for Monday

Men: Artistic gymnastics: Qualifiers: 4.30 pm

Badminton (quarterfinals): vs Indonesia, 12.30 pm

Handball: Main round: Group 3: vs Malaysia, 9.30 am

Hockey: Pool A: vs Indonesia, 6.30 pm

Kabaddi: Group B: vs Korea, 2.30 pm

Rowing: Quadruple sculls heat 1: 8.30 am

Lightweight double sculls heat 1: 8 am

Lightweight single sculls heat 1: 7.30 am

Lightweight eight heat 2: 9.20 am

Sepak takraw: Team Ragu preliminary Group B 2, 7.30 am

Team Ragu preliminary Group B 1: 1.30 pm

Shooting: 10m air rifle qualifiers: Ravi Kumar, Deepak Kumar, 7 am

Trap qualifiers: Manvjit Singh Sandhu, Lakshay, 7.30 am

Swimming: 800m freestyle, heat 1: Advait Page, 7.30 am

50m backstroke heat 1: Sreehari Nataraj, 7.52 am 

200m individual medley heat 1: Neel Roy, 8.23 am

4x200m freestyle relay, heat 1: 8.43 am

Volleyball: Pool F: vs Hong Kong, 2.30 pm

Women: Badminton (quarterfinals): vs Japan, 7.30 am

Basketball (preliminary round): vs Unified Korea, 8.30 am

Kabaddi: Group A: vs Thailand, 9.10 am

Rowing: Four heat 1: 8.50 am

Sepak takraw: Team Ragu preliminary preliminary Group A 2: 10.30 am

Shooting: Trap qualifiers: Elavenil Valarivan, Shreyasi Singh, 6.30 am

10m air rifle qualifiers: 9 am

Wrestling starts: 12 pm
Sumit 125 Kg
Vinesh Phogat 50 Kg
Pinki 53 Kg
Pooja Dhandhi 57 Kg
Sakshi Malik 62 Kg

(Note: All timings in IST)

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