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Indian Sports Calendar July 2024: Major events to look forward to this month

Published at :June 30, 2024 at 11:40 PM
Modified at :June 30, 2024 at 11:44 PM
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Abhiruchi Rout

The Paris Olympics 2024 will take place this month.

The wait is finally going to be over for Indian sports enthusiasts as they will finally witness their favourite athletes taking center stage at the Paris Olympics 2024 in Indian Sports Calendar. Following India winning an ICC tournament after an 11-year hiatus at the ICC T20 World Cup 2024, Indian sports fans would expect a similar outcome from the Indian Olympians as they will be eyeing to take their medal tally to 10 or more for the first time in the history of the Summer Olympics.

A majority of the sports will see participation of Indian athletes primarily in the Olympic Games, while in events like Athletics, Badminton, Golf, Table Tennis, and Tennis, Indians are also set to appear in non-Olympic events. Additionally, for some sports like Athletics, Wrestling, Golf, and Weightlifting, among others, the events are scheduled to begin from August onwards at the Paris Olympics 2024.

With this, let’s look at the Indian sports calendar for July as the Olympics are less than a month to go.

Major events to watch in July in Indian Sports Calendar


Indian archers will be in action at the Paris Olympics where they will feature in six events – men’s individual, team, women’s individual, team, and mixed team. The Indian team will be sending a six-member contingent to the event after the men’s and women’s teams booked team quotas following the release of updated world rankings.

The team will comprise Dhiraj Bommadevara, Tarundeep Rai, and Pravin Jadhav in the men’s category, while the women’s squad will see Deepika Kumari, Bhajan Kaur, and Ankita Bhakat. Both Rai and Kumari will head to their fourth Olympic Games, while Dhiraj Bommadevara and Bhajan Kaur, who have shown great form recently, will make their Olympics debut.

  • July 25-4 August: Archery at Paris Olympics 2024


In Athletics, the Indian athletes are set to feature in Diamond League legs in Paris, Monaco, and London, before they arrive in Paris to mark their participation in the Summer Olympics 2024, scheduled from August 1 to August 11.

  • July 7: Paris Diamond League
  • July 12: Monaco Diamond League
  • July 20: London Diamond League

Also Read: What are the qualification marks of all Track & Field events for Paris Olympics 2024?


Canada Open is the only event in the BWF World Tour 2024 calendar scheduled in the month of July. Indian shuttlers who will aim for an impressive tournament at the BWF Super 500 tournament are defending champion Lakshya Sen, Kiran George, Priyanshu Rajawat, Malvika Bansod, and Anupama Upadhyaya among others.

Sen will then move to Paris to join the six others Indian shuttlers as the contingent targets to continue their medal-winning streak since the London Olympics 2012.

Chirag Shetty/Satwiksairaj Rankireddy, two-time medalist PV Sindhu, HS Prannoy, Ashwini Ponnappa, and Tanisha Crasto are India’s other representatives for the Paris Olympics 2024.

  • July 2-7: Canada Open
  • July 27-5 August: Badminton at Paris Olympics 2024


A six-member Indian contingent will lead India at the Paris Olympics 2024, comprising the likes of Nikhat Zareen, Lovlina Borgohain, Amit Panghal, Nishant Dev, Preeti Pawar, and Jaismine Lamboria. Tokyo Olympics bronze medalist Borgohain is the only Indian pugilist who will enter the event as a seeded boxer (8th) at the Paris Olympics.

  • July 27-10 August: Boxing at Paris Olympics 2024


After an incredible T20 World Cup campaign, the Indian senior players have been given a break as the BCCI has picked a team of youngsters, led by Shubman Gill, for the tour to Zimbabwe where they will play a five-match T20I series. Then, the team will lock horns with Sri Lanka for an away tour from July 27 onwards.

Meanwhile, the Indian women’s team will be up against other top Asian teams at the Women’s T20 Asia Cup 2024 as they will aim for a title defense.

  • July 5-9: South Africa Tour of India (Women’s T20I)
  • July 6-14: India’s Tour of Zimbabwe (Men’s Team)
  • July 19-28: Women’s T20 Asia Cup
  • July 27-7 August: India’s Tour of Sri Lanka (Men’s Team)

Also Read: Indian Cricket Team schedule for rest of 2024 after ICC T20 World Cup


The Asian Games 2023 bronze medalist Anush Agarwalla will be India’s lone representative at the Paris Olympics 2024 in the dressage event after beating competitor Shruti Vora by achieving the Minimum Eligibility Requirement (MER) on four occasions against Vora’s two MERs. With Anush making his debut, India will have a contender in Dressage for the first time in the history of the Olympics.

  • July 27-6 August: Equestrian at Paris Olympics 2024


India’s men’s hockey team will look for yet another medal-triumph show in Paris after finishing on the top of the podium with a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics 2020, breaking a 41-year drought for an Olympic medal. With Harmanpreet Singh as the skipper, the Indian team captured the quota for the Olympics after becoming the Asian Games 2023 gold medalist.

  • July 27-9 August: Field Hockey at Paris Olympics 2024


Durand Cup, the oldest football tournament in Asia since its inauguration in 1888, is one of the top tournaments to watch out for in the Indian sports calendar 2024-25 in July.

  • July 15-31: Junior Boys National Football Championship Tier 1 and Tier 2
  • July 15-31: Junior Girls National Football Championship Tier 1 and Tier 2
  • July 26 -31 August: Durand Cup
  • June 25 to TDB: Calcutta Football League


In July, three of India’s Paris Olympic-bound athletes will be in action as Aditi Ashok and Dikhsha Dagar will compete at the LPGA and LET co-sanctioned Evian Championship and Shubhankar Sharma at The Open, renowned as one of the four men’s major golf championships.

  • July 11-14: The Amundi Evian Championship
  • July 18-21: The Open Championship


Tulika Maan will participate in her maiden Olympics in Paris after obtaining the continental quota in Judo for India. The Commonwealth Games 2022 silver medalist Mann will represent in the women’s +78kg event.

  • July 27-3 August: Judo at Paris Olympics 2024


Balraj Panwar is India’s only rower who will represent the nation in Paris after securing a quota place in the men’s single sculls event with a third-place finish at the World Asian and Oceanian Olympic and Paralympic Qualification Regatta 2024 in April.

  • July 27-3 August: Rowing at Paris Olympics 2024


Vishnu Saravanan and Nethra Kumanan will feature in their second consecutive Olympic Games in Paris after obtaining quota for themselves. The Asian Games bronze medalist Saravanan earned the quota in the men’s ICLA 7 at the World Championships in Adelaide, while Kumanan bagged the second quota at the Semaine Olympique Française in France.

  • July 28-8 August: Sailing at Paris Olympics 2024


India will be sending a 21-member shooting squad, the highest number of shooters in a single edition, to the Paris Olympics 2024. The shooters were chosen after the conduction of trials, where the scores from both national trials and points earned through quota and other international events during the qualification period for the Summer Olympics were taken into consideration.

The contingent will be led by the likes of Tokyo Olympians Manu Bhaker, Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar, Anjum Moudgil, and debutants Sift Kaur Samra, Swapnil Kusale, Anant Jeet Singh Naruka, Sarabjot Singh, Esha Singh, and Sandeep Singh.

  • July 27-5 August: Shooting at Paris Olympics 2024


After no Indian swimmers acquired the Olympic Qualification Time (OQT) or Olympic Consideration Time (OCT) for the Paris Olympics 2024, the Swimming Federation of India (SFI) was eligible to send athletes through Universality quota places which serves as a way to promote inclusivity and diversity in sports.

The SFI then announced that Srihari Nataraj (100m backstroke) and Dhinidhi Desinghu (200m freestyle) as the India’s representatives for the Quadrennial Games. With this, Nataraj will be marking his presence in his second Olympics after participating in Tokyo, while Desinghu is set to become the nation’s youngest athlete at the Games.

  • July 27-9 August: Swimming at Paris Olympics 2024

Table Tennis

For the first time in Olympics history, Indian men’s and women’s teams have secured berths for the Summer Games via World Table Tennis team rankings. Hence, a six-member squad, consisting of Sharath Kamal, Harmeet Desai, Manav Thakkar, Sreeja Akula, Manika Batra, and Archana Kamath will travel to Paris, with Sathiyan Gnanasekaran and Ayhika Mukherjee kept in reserves.

Meanwhile, the India young paddlers are also set to feature in a few Youth Contender events.

  • July 1-4: WTT Youth Contender Benghazi 2024 (LYB)
  • July 2-7: WTT Star Contender Bangkok 2024 (THA)
  • July 8-14: WTT Youth Contender Hong Kong 2024 (HKG)
  • July 17-20: WTT Youth Contender Sulaymaniyah 2024 (IRQ)
  • July 22-25: WTT Youth Contender Amman 2024 (JOR)
  • July 27-10 August: Table Tennis at Paris Olympic 2024


Following remarkable performances in the past few months, the World no. #72 Sumit Nagal will make his debut appearance in Wimbledon as he has entered the main draw of the men’s singles and will face Serbia’s Miomir Kecmanovic in Round 1. Before taking a flight to Paris, Nagal is also slated to participate in the Bastad Open 2024.

Meanwhile, Rohan Bopanna, Sriram Balaji, and Yuki Bhambri will also be in action at Wimbledon, with their partners Matthew Ebden, Luke Johnson, and Albano Olivetti respectively. Bopanna and Balaji will then team up for the Paris Olympics in men’s doubles.

  • July 1-14: Wimbledon
  • July 15-21: Bastad Open ATP 250
  • July 27-4 August: Tennis at Paris Olympics 2024

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