After an explosive tenth day which saw medals raining for India across sports like athletics, cricket, table tennis, hockey, squash and boxing, India will be looking forward to cap off the finals day with some more gold.
!1 New UpdateClick here for latest updates
Here’s India’s final medal tally
Indian men’s hockey team settles for silver after losing 0-7 to Australia in the gold medal match.
SILVER IT IS!! Men in Blue put up a valiant effort in their Final match against Australia. They settle with si… https://t.co/QyPnu1OhMv
— SAI Media (@Media_SAI) 1659963873000
Modi congratulates Lakshya Sen
Elated by the accomplishment of @lakshya_sen. Congratulations on winning the Gold medal in Badminton. He’s played… https://t.co/nBAfJi5de5
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 1659959491000
Men’s Hockey Final: End of Q3 — India trail 0-6 vs Australia
Third gold for Achanta Sharat Kamal
KAMAL KA KAMAAL @sharathkamal1 wins against Liam (ENG) (4-1) (11-13, 11-7, 11-2, 11-6, 11-8) in the… https://t.co/9NHCqZm0L3
— SAI Media (@Media_SAI) 1659962181000
India’s first badminton doubles CWG gold
HISTORY CREATED- DYNAMIC DUO ON A ROLL @satwiksairaj / @Shettychirag04 are VICTORIOUS over their English oppone… https://t.co/1sZFsA23Fh
— SAI Media (@Media_SAI) 1659961724000
Achanta Sharat Kamal wins gold in Men’s singles Table Tennis
Chirag Shetty – Satwik Sairaj Rankireddy win gold in Badminton Men’s Doubles
Men’s Hockey Final: End of Q2 — India trail 0-5 vs Australia at the halftime break
Table Tennis: Men’s Singles Gold Medal Match — Achanta Sharath Kamal wins the second game 11-7, levels it 1-1 vs Liam Pitchford of England
Table Tennis: Men’s Singles Gold Medal Match — Achanta Sharath Kamal loses the first game 11-13 vs England’s Liam Pitchford
Men’s Hockey Final: End of Q1, India trail 0-2 vs Australia
Scorecard: Sathiyan Gnanasekaran beats England’s Paul Drinkhall 4-3
Sathiyan Gnanasekaran wins bronze medal for India in Table Tennis Men’s Singles
This is the first time India has won gold in both – men’s and women’s badminton singles – in the same edition of the CWG
- PV Sindhu first Indian female player after Saina Nehwal in 2010 and 2018 to win the singles gold
- Lakshya Sen fourth Indian after Prakash Padukone, Syed Modi and Parupalli Kashyap to win men’s singles gold at CWG
Table tennis bronze decider: Sathiyan Gnanasekaran leads 7-2 vs England’s Paul Drinkhall in men’s singles
Table Tennis: Sathiyan Gnanasekaran loses sixth game 12-10 vs England’s Paul Drinkhall in men’s singles bronze medal.
Match now over to deciding seventh game
Bronze match: Sathiyan Gnanasekaran leads 3-2 vs England’s Paul Drinkhall in men’s singles table tennis
This is Lakshya Sen’s maiden CWG singles gold. He won silver in Mixed Team in earlier
Lakshya wins gold medal for India
- Lakshya Sen beats Malaysia’s Tze Yong Ng to win men’s singles GOLD medal
- He made a brilliant comeback to win the third game 21-16 and take the gold medal.
- He had lost the first game
Lakshya leading 19-15 in Gold medal match
Badminton: Lakshya takes 6 points lead 15-9 in the third game
Table Tennis: Drinkhall leads in fourth game
He is leading the fourth game 9-5. The England player needs to win this game, if he has to stay alive in the contest
Lakshya Sen leading 11-7 in the third game
Lakshya Sen wins second game, levels 1-1
Lakshya Sen leading 11-9 during half time in the second game
Lakshya Sen equals score twice in tight second game
Sen lost the first game against Malaysia’s Tze Yong in the Men’s badminton final match
Lakshya Sen loses first set 21-19 against Malaysia’s Tze Yong in first game
Lakshya Sen levels score 18-18 against Malaysia’s Tze Yong in first game
Lakshya Sen narrows gap (16-15) against Malaysia’s Tze Yong
Malaysia’s Tze Yong leading 11-9 against Lakshya Sen in first game
Sports Minister Rijiju congratulates Sindhu for making India proud
Pride of India, @Pvsindhu1 creates history by winning the Gold Medal in #CommonwealthGames2022 ! She won Bronze in… https://t.co/Wt97DCiwOx
— Kiren Rijiju (@KirenRijiju) 1659950234000
PV Sindhu after winning gold
“I was waiting for this gold for a long time.. So, I am super happy” – Sindhu says after winning gold
Lakshya Sen’s final match for Badminton Men’s gold medal start
Lakshya Sen’s match against Malaysia’s Tze Yong NG starts
India gets 19th Gold
PV Sindhu beats Michelle Li of Canada 21-15, 21-13 in final of women’s singles to win a gold medal in Commonwealth Games 2022
Sindhu leads 11-6 in second game
PV Sindhu leads 11-6 in the mid game break against Canada’ Michelle Li in women’s singles – GOLD medal match
Sindhu wins first set in Gold medal match
PV Sindhu wins first set 21-15 against Canada’s Michelle Li in women’s singles – GOLD medal match
Sharath Kamal, Nikhat Zareen to be India’s flagbearers for CWG closing ceremony
The 40-year-old Sharath has a rich haul of four medals in this edition of the Games, having won the men’s team and mixed team gold and a silver in the men’s doubles event.
Sindhu’s final match starts
After a short delay, PV Sindhu’s Gold medal match against Canada’ Michelle Li has started. Sindhu is the favourite to win the medal.
Badminton: Sindhu’s final match about to start
In Women’s Singles Gold Medal Match, PV Sindhu to face Canada’s Michelle Li
Hockey match update
- Indian Men’s Hockey Team midfielder Vivek Sagar Prasad will not be available to play the Final against Australia today at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
- He has picked up a minor knee injury and has been advised rest.
Commonwealth Games 2022 Live: English spinner Sophie Ecclestone reprimanded for breaching ICC Code
- England left-arm spinner Sophie Ecclestone has been handed an official reprimand for breaching Level 1 of the ICC Code of Conduct during the Commonwealth Games Women’s T20I bronze medal match against New Zealand in Birmingham on Sunday.
- Apart from this, one demerit point has been added to Sophie’s disciplinary record, for whom it was the first offence in a 24-month period.
- Level 1 breaches carry a minimum penalty of an official reprimand, a maximum penalty of 50 per cent of a player’s match fee, and one or two demerit points.
Commonwealth Games 2022 Live: Following is India’s schedule for Babminton
- Women’s singles gold medal match: PV Sindhu – 1:20pm
- Men’s singles gold medal match: Lakshya Sen – 2:10pm
- Men’s doubles gold medal match: Satwik Sairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty – 3:00pm
Commonwealth Games 2022 Live: Following is India’s schedule for Hockey
Men’s Gold Medal Match: India vs Australia – 5:00pm
Commonwealth Games 2022 Live: Following is India’s schedule for Table Tennis
- Men’s Singles Bronze Medal Match: G Sathiyan – 3:35pm
- Men’s Singles Gold Medal Match: Achanta Sharath Kamal – 4:25pm. PTI
Covid-19 drama no excuse for Harmanpreet Kaur and India
- McGrath tested positive to Covid-19 on the morning of the gold medal match in Birmingham, but was allowed to take the field due to the fact that she was only suffering from minor symptoms.
- Harmanpreet said the Indian team had been informed of McGrath’s positive test prior to the toss and had no objections to allowing her to take her place in Australia’s side.
- The talented 26-year-old went wicketless and only managed two runs with the bat as Australia clinched a thrilling nine-run victory, but conjecture surrounded whether or not she should have been able to take the field at all and the toss was even delayed by more than 10 minutes as the issue was discussed.
President Murmu congratulates CWG medal winners
“Congratulations to young pugilist Sagar for winning silver in boxing at #CommonwealthGames. Your grit, determination and courage have won you widespread appreciation. You have made India proud. I am sure you have an illustrious future ahead,” the president tweeted.
PM Modi lauds CWG winners, says first medal in cricket will always be special
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday congratulated India’s medal winners at the Commonwealth Games and lauded the women cricket team for fetching silver, saying the first-ever CWG medal in cricket will always be special.
- Hailing Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula for winning the gold in mixed doubles table tennis, Modi lauded their grit and tenacity
- Congratulating Kidambi Srikanth for winning a bronze medal in badminton, the prime minister called him “one of the stalwarts of Indian badminton”.