CWG 2022: Murali Sreeshankar competes in the men’s long jump final© Twitter
Commonwealth Games, Day 7, Live Updates: Murali Sreeshankar’s long jump final is set to start. Defending champion Manika Batra has entered the women’s singles round of 16 with a dominating 4-0 win. Meanwhile, paddlers Sreeja Akula and Reeth Tennison also entered the women’s singles round of 16 with wins in their respective matches. In badminton, Aakarshi Kashyap progressed to the women’s singles round of 16. The Indian men’s hockey team also had a good outing, with Harmanpreet Singh’s hat-trick helping them register a 4-1 win over Wales in the Pool B match. The win saw them seal a spot in the semi-finals. Earlier, boxers Amit Panghal, Jaismine Lamboriya and Sagar Ahlawat assured India at least three bronze medals with wins in men’s flyweight, women’s lightweight and men’s super heavyweight quarter-finals. Later in the evening, Rohit Tokas will be in action in the welterweight quarter-finals. If he can win his bout, it will be a perfect day in the ring for Indian boxers. In athletics, Hima Das has entered the semi-finals of women’s 200m while Manju Bala entered the final of the women’s hammer throw event. Shuttlers PV Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth have won their respective badminton singles Round of 32 matches. The Indian contingent so far has won 18 medals in the ongoing Commonwealth Games, including five gold. On the seventh day of the ongoing event, stars like Dipika Pallikal (squash) will also be in action. Later on, Murali Sreeshankar will also be in action in the men’s long jump finals. He is a prime contender for a medal as he qualified for the final with the best jump among all competitors in the qualifying round. In table tennis individual events, all top stars are playing.
Here are the Live Updates from Day 7 Of Commonwealth Games, straight from Birmingham
Table tennis: Sharath-Sathiyan pair in action
The men’s doubles pair of Achanta Sharath Kamal and G Sathiyan has kicked off its round of 32 game vs Alleyne Joel and Jonathan van Lange of Guyana.
Table tennis: Desai-Shetty pair enters round of 16
The Indian pair of Harmeet Desai and Sanil Shetty defeated Elia Iosif and Savva Christos of Cyprus 3-0 in the men’s doubles round of 32 match.
Badminton: Aakarshi Kashyap enters round of 16
India’s Aakarshi Kashyap has entered the women’s singles round of 16 after her Pakistani opponent Mahoor Shahzad retired mid-way during the match. Aakarshi was leading 8-1 in the second game after winning the first one 22-20 when Mahoor pulled out.
Table tennis: Manika Batra enters round of 16
Manika Batra wins her final game 11-6 vs Ching Nam Fu of Canada in the round of 32 match and thus seals the contest 4-0.
Table tennis: Manika Batra leads 3-0
Manika Batra is just one win away from sealing a round of 16 spot. She is leading 3-0 against Ching Nam Fu of Canada.
Table tennis: Sreeja Akula enters round of 16
India’s Sreeja Akula defeated Karen Lyne of Malaysia 4-1 in the women’s singles round of 32 game.
Badminton: Aakarshi Kashyap leads 1-0
India’s Aakarshi Kashyap has won her first game in the ongoing women’s singles round of 32 by a narrow margin of 22-20. She is playing against Pakistan’s Mahoor Shahzad.
Table tennis: Manika Batra’s round of 32 match starts
Manika Batra is playing against Fu Ching Nam of Canada in the women’s singles round of 32 table tennis match.
Table tennis: Reeth Tennison enters round of 16!
India’s Reeth Tennison has registered a 4-1 win over England’s Charlotte Bardsley in the women’s singles round of 32 table tennis match. She won the last game 11-3.
Table tennis: Reeth Tennison leads 3-1
Reeth Tennison of India has won the fourth game vs Charlotte Bardsley of England 12-10 and this takes her 3-1 up in the 7-game contest.
Badminton: It’s India vs Pakistan!
Women’s singles round of 32 match between India’s Aakarshi Kashyap and Pakistan’s Mahoor Shahzad has kicked off.
Table tennis: Reeth Tennison takes lead
Reeth Tennison of India wins the third game 11-6 to lead the ongoing round of 32 match vs Charlotte Bardsley of England 2-1.
Table tennis: Match hangs in balance!
The ongoing round of 32 match between Reeth Tennison of India and Charlotte Bardsley of England hangs in balance at the moment. While Tennison won the first game 11-8, she lost the second 10-12.
Table tennis: Sharath-Sreeja pair enters round of 16
The pair of Achanta Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula defeated Sophie Earley and Owen Cathcart of Northern Ireland 11-7, 11-, 11-9 in the mixed doubles round of 32 match.
Table tennis: India’s Reeth Tennison in action
Reeth Tennison’s table tennis round of 32 match in the women’s singles against Charlotte Bardsley of England has started.
Para powerlifting: Parmjeet Kumar fails in final attempt!
That’s the end of Parmjeet Kumar’s campaign in the men’s lightweight final. He failed to register a single valid lift despite trying 165kg thrice.
Para powerlifting: Parmjeet Kumar fails again!
Parmjeet Kumar has failed to lift 165kg in his second try as well. He has just one more attempt remaining in the ongoing men’s lightweight final.
Table tennis: Batra-Gnanasekaran pair into pre-quarters
The Indian pair of Manika Batra and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran advanced to the pre-quarters of mixed doubles with an 11-1, 11-3, 11-1 win over Mick Crea and Laura Sinon of Seychelles.
Para powerlifting: Parmjeet Kumar fails in first attempt!
Parmjeet Kumar has failed to lift 165kg in his first attempt in the men’s lightweight para powerlifting final.
Para powerlifting: Indians fail to lift medal
Manpreet Kaur finished fourth and Sakina Khatun finished fifth.
Boxing: Sagar in semis
Sagar Ahlawat beats Seychelles’ Keddy Evans Agnes in men’s super heavyweight quarter-final 5-0. Now six boxers are assured of medal
Boxing: Sagar Ahlawat assured of a medal
Sagar Ahlawat beat Seychelles’ Keddy Evans Agnes in the men’s super heavyweight category quarter-finals by an unanimous decison.
He is through to the semi-finals and is assured of at least a bronze medal now
Hockey: India beat Wales 4-1 to reach semis
India beat Wales 4-1 in the men’s hockey Pool B match to qualify for the semi-finals
Para Powerlifting: India’s Manpreet Kaur placed fourth
In Women’s Lightweight – Final, Manpreet Kaur is placed fourth with a best lift of 87kg
Hockey: India 4-0 vs Wales
Gurjant Singh has increased India’s lead from a goal from open play. India seems to heading to the semi-finals in style
Table tennis: Raj Aravindan Alagar wins
IN Men’s Singles Classes 3-5 – Group 2, India’s Raj Aravindan Alagar defeated England’s Dan Bullen 3-1
Squash: Indian mixed doubles pair loses
In a Mixed Doubles – Round of 16 match, India’s Joshana Chinappa / Harinder Pal Singh Sandhu lost to Donna Lobban / Cameron Pilley 8-11, 9-11
Squash: Indian doubles pair wins
In a men’s doubles – Round of 32 match, India’s Velavan Senthilkumar and Abhay Singh defeat British Virgin Islands pair Luca Reich and Joe Chapman 11-3, 11-1
Hockey: India take 2-0 lead
Harmanpreet Singh scores a brace in the second quarter to give India 2-0 lead
Hockey: India 0-0 Wales
The first quarter ends in a stalemate. If India wins this match they will be in the pole position to qualify for semi-finals
Boxing: Jaismine wins
Boxer Jaismine Lamboriya defeats New Zealand’s Troy Garton in women’s lightweight quarter-final by split decision, assured of medal
Boxing: Jaismine faces the heat
her New Zealand opponent comes up with a flurry of punches. However, by a split decision, Jaismine still leads Garton after the end of the second round
Boxing: Jaismine wins first round
Using her long reach and height, Jaismine lands quite a few punches. All the judges rule in her favour in the first round.
Boxing: Jaismine is here!
A win will ensure the 2021 Asian boxing championship bronze medallist a medal here
Squash women’s doubles Round of 32
India’s Sunayna Kuruvilla/Anahat Singh defeat Sri Lanka’s Yeheni Kuruppu/Chanithma Sinaly in straight games
Boxing: Jaismine’s bout about to start
In women’s lightweight quarter-Final, India’s Jaismine Lamboriya will face New Zealand’s Troy Garton
Badminton – Sumeeth/Ponnappa lose
In Mixed Doubles – Round of 32, England’s Callum hemming/ Jessica Pugh defeated India’s B. Sumeeth Reddy/ Ashwini Ponnappa 21-18, 21-16
More para table tennis update
In Women’s Singles Classes 3-5 – Group 2, India’s Sonalben Manubhai Patel defeated Nigeria’s Chinenye Obiora 3-1
Para table tennis update
In para table tennis, women’s Singles Classes 3-5 – Group 1, India’s Bhavina Hasmukhbhai Patel beat Fiji’s Akanisi Latu 3-0.
However, in Women’s Singles Classes 6-10 – Group 1, Baby Sahana Ravi lost to Australia Qian Yang 0-3.
Boxing: Amit Panghal assures India of medal
Amit Panghal moves into semi-finals, assures India of a medal in men’s flyweight category. He defeated Scotland’s Lennon Mulligan in quarterfinals
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