Schedule confirmed for TOKYO 2020 Paralympic Games

The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee has confirmed the event line-up for each session of the Paralympic Games, following their postponement to 2021.

The International Paralympic Committee agreed in April that, given the critical impact of the competition schedule on every aspect of preparation, each session of the 2021 competition would in principle be scheduled as originally planned for 2020.

This has been reflected in the confirmed competition schedule.

The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games will feature 539 events across 22 sports hosted at 21 venues from 24 August to 5 September 2021.

Events featuring the most popular sports will be spread throughout the Games, allowing Paralympic fans to enjoy the dramatic highs and lows from beginning to end.

Of the total 300 sessions, 109 will include medal events.

Overall, events have been scheduled at family-friendly times that will allow as many people as possible to experience them. The latest sessions in 18 out of the 22 sports are scheduled to finish before or at 22:00 local time.

The Opening Ceremony will take place on Tuesday 24 August 2021. The Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis Event starts on Friday 27 August 2021 and finishes on Saturday 4 September 2021.

See below for a more detailed schedule:

Friday 27 August

Men’s Singles First Round
Women’s Doubles First Round
Quad Doubles Quarter-finals

Saturday 28 August

Women’s Singles Second Round
Men’s Doubles First Round
Women’s Doubles First Round
Quad Singles First Round

Sunday 29 August

Men’s Singles Second Round
Men’s Doubles Second Round
Women’s Doubles Quarter-finals
Quad Singles Quarter-finals

Monday 30 August

Men’s Singles Third Round
Women’s Singles Quarter-finals
Men’s Doubles Quarter-finals
Quad Singles Semi-finals

Tuesday 31 August

Men’s Singles Quarter-finals
Men’s Doubles Semi-finals
Women’s Doubles Semi-finals
Quad Singles Semi-finals

Wednesday 1 September

Men’s Singles Semi-finals
Women’s Singles Semi-finals
Women’s Doubles Bronze Match
Quad Doubles Gold Match
Quad Doubles Bronze Match
Quad Doubles Victory Ceremony

Thursday 2 September

Men’s Singles Bronze Match
Women’s Singles Bronze Match
Men’s Doubles Bronze Match
Quad Singles Gold Match
Quad Singles Bronze Match
Quad Singles Victory Ceremony

Friday 3 September

Women’s Singles Gold Match
Women’s Singles Victory Ceremony
Men’s Doubles Gold Match
Men’s Doubles Victory Ceremony

Saturday 4 September

Men’s Singles Gold Match
Men’s Singles Victory Ceremony
Women’s Doubles Gold Match
Women’s Doubles Victory Ceremony

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