Commonwealth Games 2022: Achanta Sharath Kamal wins TT men’s singles final.© AFP
The 2022 Commonwealth Games, 11: It was a great final day for the Indian team at the Commonwealth Games. It won four gold, one silver and one bronze medals. With the heroic matches on the last day, India ranked 4th in total medals with 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze. PV Sindhu and Lakshya Sen won the women’s and men’s singles titles in badminton to give India a head start. Sindhu defeated Michelle Li of Canada in the women’s singles final while Lakshya Sen defeated Tze Yong NG of Malaysia in three matches in the men’s singles badminton. The men’s badminton doubles of Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankedlydy then beat Ben Lane / Sean Vendy of England to win three gold medals in badminton. In table tennis, Achanta Sharath Kamal took another gold medal from the Olympics as he won the men’s singles final defeating Britain’s Liam Pitchford. G Sathiyan won the TT men’s singles bronze medal earlier in the day. However, the men’s hockey team lost to Australia 0-7 in the final.
Here are the highlights from Day 11 of the Commonwealth Games, live from Birmingham
Then we wrap up the competitions at CWG. With heroic matches on the final day, India finished fourth in total medals with 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze.
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Hockey: India lost the final
An unforgettable outing is coming to an end!
India is currently fourth in total medals
So far, India has won 22 gold, 15 silver and 23 bronze medals
Hockey: India Trail 0-7
This is a poor performance by India so far. Flynn Ogilvie gives Australia a 7-0 lead
Hockey: India Trail 0-6
In the third quarter, Nathan Ephraums scored another goal as Australia led 6-0
Sharath Kamal – a legend!
The TT veteran won the gold with a 4-1 win over England’s Liam Pitchford
TT Finals: Sharath Kamallead 3-1
Sharath Kamal is one match away from winning her second gold medal
Third GOLD in badminton!
Satwiksairaj Rankedlydy / Chirag Shetty won the gold medal in men’s badminton doubles defeating Ben Lane / Sean Vendy of England. They won 21-15, 21-13
Badminton: Top Ranking / Chirag
After the first game, the Indian duo was leading 18-13 in the second game
Final TT: Sharath Kamal in the lead
With absolute dominance, Sharath Kamal won the third set 11-2
Hockey: India conceded the fifth goal
Australia currently leads 5-0 against India with Jacob Anderson scoring again
Hockey final: India track 0-4
It’s been a forgettable so far. Tom Wickham scores fourth goal, coming in second quarter
Hockey: India conceded again
India now lose to Australia 0-3 after Jacob Anderson scored in the second half
TT: Balanced Sharath Kamal
The Indians come back to win the second game with a score of 11-7 and level the score
TT Finals: Sharath Kamal . Trail
In Men’s Singles – Gold Medal Match, India’s Achanta Sharath Kamal won her first match 11-13 against Liam Pitchford of England.
Badminton: The leading Indian duo
In Men’s Doubles – Gold Medal Match, India’s Satwiksairaj Rankedlydy / Chirag Shetty won the first set 21-15 against Ben Lane / Sean Vendy of England
Hockey: India conceded again
India conceded one more goal as Nathan Ephramaus scored in the first quarter
Hockey: India overtakes Australia 0-1
In the first quarter, Australia led Blake Govers
Badminton: men’s doubles final begins
In Men’s Doubles – Gold Medal Match, Satwiksairaj RankSensedy / Chirag Shetty of India vs Ben Lane / Sean Vendy of England
TT: Sathiyan won
After a tough final match, Sathiyan won the match. This is quite an achievement for the young man.
TT: Sathiyan takes the lead in the decision
He’s leading a slim 8-7!
TT: The match will be decided in the seventh game
Drinkhall won the sixth game 12-10. The score is 3-3 and the bronze medal match will be decided in the seventh game.
TT: Sathiyan did 10 out of all
He didn’t let it pass so easily. After taking the lead in game six, he leveled the score.
TT: Sathiyan is losing control
After the first three games, Sathiyan lost them all. Drinkhall has played the next two games and looks set to play the sixth as well.
Badminton: Lakshya WIN!!!!
The Indian had an excellent comeback to win the third set with a score of 21-16 and claim the gold medal!
Badminton: A brilliant rally
The Malaysian and Lakshya took part in a great demonstration. Lakshya makes some excellent smashes and the Malaysian recovers well
Badminton: Lakshya leads 17-12
He’s aggressive, he’s brilliant and he’s in pole position to win a gold medal from here.
Badminton: Closer than Lakshya Inching
He is leading 15-9 in the last game. He inched towards the gold medal
TT: Sathiyan Trail 1-3
Drinkhall hit the fourth game with a score of 11-8. Sathiyan wants to end this match as soon as possible. he only needed one game to win bronze
Badmtinto: Lakshya leads by 4 points
In the decisive third game, Lakshya led 11-7 in the midfield
TT: Drinkhall took the lead in game four
He is leading the fourth game with a score of 9-5. The English player needs to win this game, if he has to survive the competition
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Badminton: Lakshya in the lead
The Indian racer is leading the third game with a score of 9-5. He’s back brilliant
TT: Sathiyan lead 3-0
Sathiyan is just one match away from winning the bronze medal in the men’s singles event
Badminton: Lashya Sen won the second game
The Indian tennis player was in his best form as he took the match to the third set after winning the second game with a score of 21-9.
Badminton: Lakshya is back
The young Indian racer is leading 14-9 in the second set
TT: Sathiyan in the lead
In Men’s Singles – Bronze Medal Match, G Sathiyan of India won the first set 11-9 against Paul Drinkhall of England.
Badminton: Lakshya takes the lead in the second set!
What a demonstration, and it was Lakshya Sen who equalized the score! 4-4 in the second game!
Table tennis: Sathiyan’s bronze medal match begins
Sathiyan Gnanasekaran is playing against Paul Drinkhall of England in the men’s singles bronze medal match.
Badminton: Lakshya Sen loses the first game
Lakshya Sen lost the first game 19-21 to Tze Yong Ng of Malaysia in the men’s singles gold medal match.
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