Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 11 HIGHLIGHTS: India ends CWG campaign with men’s hockey silver; Sharath, Satwik-Chirag, Lakshya, Sindhu win golds

CWG 2022: Get the live updates, schedule, medal tally, results and highlights from the 11th day of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on Monday.

Updated : Mar 31, 2023 13:53 IST - 6 MINS READ

The Indian hockey team, Sharath Kamal, Lakshya Sen, Sindhu, Chirag and Satwik will be seen in action at the Commonwealth Games 2022 today.
The Indian hockey team, Sharath Kamal, Lakshya Sen, Sindhu, Chirag and Satwik will be seen in action at the Commonwealth Games 2022 today. | Photo Credit: Team Sportstar

The Indian hockey team, Sharath Kamal, Lakshya Sen, Sindhu, Chirag and Satwik will be seen in action at the Commonwealth Games 2022 today. | Photo Credit: Team Sportstar

Thank you for tuning into Sportstar’s HIGHLIGHTS of Day 11 of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on Monday. India has won 61 medals - 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze medals - as of the final day of action in Birmingham. (INDIAN MEDAL TALLY)

India’s final medal tally at CWG 2022:

  • Gold - PV Sindhu - Badminton Women’s Singles
  • Gold - Lakshya Sen - Badminton Men’s Singles
  • Gold - Nikhat Zareen - Boxing Women’s Light Flyweight
  • Gold -Vinesh Phogat - Wrestling Women’s Freestyle 53kg
  • Gold - Ravi Kumar Dahiya - Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 57kg
  • Gold - Naveen - Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 74kg
  • Gold - Sharath Kamal - Table Tennis men’s singles
  • Gold - Nitu Ghanghas - Boxing Minimumweight
  • Gold - Amit Panghal - Boxing Flyweight
  • Gold - Bajrang Punia - Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 65kg
  • Gold - Sakshi Malik - Wrestling Women’s Freestyle 62kg
  • Gold - Deepak Punia - Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 86kg
  • Gold - Mirabai Chanu - Weightlifting Women’s 49kg
  • Gold - Jeremy Lalrinnunga - Weightlifting Men’s 67kg
  • Gold - Achinta Sheuli - Weightlifting Men’s 73kg
  • Gold - Lovely Choubey, Pinki, Nayanmoni Saikia, Rupa Rani Tirkey - Lawn Bowls Women’s Fours
  • Gold - Sharath Kamal, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran, Harmeet Desai, Sanil Shetty - Table Tennis Men’s Team
  • Gold - Sudhir - Para Powerlifting Men’s Heavyweight
  • Gold - Bhavina Patel - Women’s Singles Classes 3-5
  • Gold- Eldhose Paul- Men’s Triple Jump
  • Gold - Sharath Kamal, Sreeja Akula - Table Tennis Mixed Team
  • Gold - Satwik Sairaj Rankireddi and Chirag Shetty - Badminton men’s doubles
  • Silver - India Men’s Hockey Team
  • Silver - India Women’s Cricket Team
  • Silver - Anshu Malik - Wrestling Women’s Freestyle 57kg
  • Silver - Murali Sreeshankar - Men’s Long Jump
  • Silver - Kidambi Srikanth, Satwik Sairaj, Sumeeth Reddy, Lakshya Sen, Chirag Shetty, Treesa Jolly, Aakarshi Kashyap, Ashwini Ponappa, Gayatri Gopichand, PV Sindhu - Badminton Mixed Team
  • Silver - Sharath Kamal, G Sathiyan - Table Tennis Men’s Doubles
  • Silver - Vikas Thakur - Weightlifting Men’s 96kg
  • Silver - Shushila Devi Likmabam - Judo Women’s 48kg
  • Silver - Bindyarani Devi - Weightlifting Women’s 55kg
  • Silver - Tulika Maan - Judo Women’s +78kg
  • Silver - Sanket Sargar - Weightlifting Men’s 55kg
  • Silver - Avinash Sable - Men’s 3000m Steeplechase
  • Silver - Priyanka Goswami - Women’s 10km Race Walk
  • Silver - Dinesh Kumar, Chandan Kumar Singh, Sunil Bahadur, Navaneeth Singh - Lawn Bowls Men’s Fours
  • Silver- Abdullah Aboobacker - Men’s Triple Jump 
  • Silver - Sagar Ahlawat - Boxing Men’s Super Heavyweight
  • Bronze - Gururaja Poojary - Weightlifting Men’s 61kg’
  • Bronze - Vijay Kumar Yadav - Judo Men’s 60kg
  • Bronze - Harjinder Kaur - Weightlifting Women’s 71kg
  • Bronze - Lovepreet Singh - Weightlifting Men’s 109kg
  • Bronze - Saurav Ghosal - Squash Men’s Singles
  • Bronze - Gurdeep Singh - Weightlifting Men’s 109kg+
  • Bronze - Tejaswin Shankar - Men’s High Jump
  • Bronze - Divya Kakran - Wrestling Women’s 68kg
  • Bronze - Mohit Grewal - Wrestling Men’s 125kg
  • Bronze- Jaismine- Boxing Women’s Lightweight 60kg
  • Bronze - Pooja Gehlot - Wrestling Freestyle Women’s 57=0kg
  • Bronze - Pooja Sihag - Wrestling Freestyle Women’s 76kg
  • Bronze - Hussamuddin - Men’s Boxing Featherweight
  • Bronze - Deepak Nehra - Wrestling Freestyle Men’s 97kg
  • Bronze - Sonalben Patel - Para Table Tennis Women’s Singles Classes 3-5
  • Bronze - Rohit Tokas - Boxing Men’s Welterweight 67kg
  • Bronze - Indian Women’s Hockey Team
  • Bronze- Sandeep Kumar- Men’s 10,000m Race Walk
  • Bronze - Annu Rani - Women’s Javelin Throw
  • Bronze - Saurav Ghosal and Dipika Palikkal - Squash Mixed Doubles
  • Bronze - Kidambi Srikanth - Badminton Men’s Singles
  • Bronze - Gayatri Gopichand, Treesa Jolly - Badminton Women’s Doubles
  • Bronze - G. Sathiyan - Table Tennis Men’s Singles

HOCKEY UPDATES- India wins silver in the men’s hockey after losing to Australia 0-7.


Table Tennis Men’s Singles Final - Sharath Kamal 4-1 Liam Pitchford (ENG)
Summary- Sharath Kamal came down from a set to win gold in the men’s singles table tennis final 4-1 (11-13, 11-7, 11-2, 11-6, 11-8) at the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games
The only other time Sharath, seeded fourth here, made it to the CWG final, he returned with a gold in the 2006 edition in Melbourne.
Earlier, G. Sathiyan bagged his first CWG Singles medal when he beat Paul Drinkhall of England 11-9 11-3 11-5 8-11 9-11 10-12 11-9 in the bronze medal play-off.
Sharath wins gold after the ball is deemed to have touched his shirt when he was awarded the point on 10-7.
Fifth Game begins
India wins the fourth game 11-6.
The Indian takes back control in the game, giving away just one point and earning five more to win the game and take a 3-1 lead in the match.
Sharath starts the the fourth game with a lead as well, with the score 5-1 to India at the moment. Liam is eyeing a comeback now, getting back from 6-1 to 6-5 now.
Fourth Game begins
India wins the third game 11-2.
India takes the initial lead and has a four-point advantage over the Englishman and Sharath takes the lead to six points now. Sharath gives no chance for Liam to return into the game and wins the second game with a nine-point margin.
Third Game begins.
India wins the second game 11-7.
Sharath has put his foot on the gas and wins the second game 11-7 to draw level against England.
Pitchford tries to build on his lead with a two-point advantage in the second game, but Sharath gets back level at 3-3.
Second game begins
England wins the first game 13-11.
Liam is now in front at 12-11 to England at the moment and wins the game 13-11 to take a 1-0 lead in the match
Sharath takes the lead eventually to go 10-9, but Liam pulls another point back to 10-10 in the game.
The contest is till going neck-to-neck with hardly anything to separate the two after six more points, three on either side now.
Both the players earn early points to go level at 2-2 until Liam takes a slender lead. Sharath draws back moments later, The score 3-3.
First Game begins
India’s Sharath Kamal Achanta is in action against England’s Liam Pitchford in the Gold Medal Match.


  • The duo goes from strength to strength, leading 13-10 now.
  • India has found its lead in the second game as well, leading it 5-3 at the moment.
  • Follow the match as it happens HERE.
  • India has won the first game 21-15.
  • Satwik Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty are in action against Sean Vendy and Ben Lane of England.
  • India’s last match in Badminton today is underway in the Men’s Doubles Gold Medal Match.

Hockey Gold Medal Match - India trails Australia 0-5

  • Australia scores another goal to go 3-0 up against India.
  • Follow the match as it happens HERE.
  • Australia lead the match 2-0 at the moment.
  • India is in action against Australia in the Men’s Hockey final.

UPDATE: Lakshya Sen beats Tze Young Ng of Malaysia 19-21, 21-9, 21-16 to win the men’s singles gold medal. Two gold today for India in badminton singles. First Sindhu winning the women’s singles final before Sen bagging the men’s singles title.

Sathiyan seals the match in style with a 4-3 win over Paul Drinkhall of England and win the 23rd Bronze Medal for India at the Commonwealth Games 2022.
Satihyan is back in front and earns the match point to go 10-9 ahead.
Drinkhall goes in front, with a bad reply from Sathiyan. India is trailing for the first time in this game.
The Englishman is making the Indian earn every point and eventually go level at 8-8 in the game now.
Drinkhall makes a comeback, coming close to 5-8 with the game still in favour of India at the moment.
The English player finally opens his account, but Sathiyan nullifies that with another point, maintaining his four-point lead, which goes to five points now.
In the seventh game, Satihyan earns three quick points without giving away a single one and builds on it further to go 4-0 up against Drinkhall.
Drinkhall wins the sixth game 12-10 and the contest heads into the decider.
Drinkhall wins the point and gets another game point at 11-10.
It is 10-10 now as both refuse to give an inch.
Gamepoint for Drinkhall. Scores 10-9 in favour of the Englishman.
Sathiyan levels scores 9-9 and heads towards a win.
Sathiyan erasing the decifit quickly to make it 8-9.
It is 7-9 now in favour of the Englishman as Sathiyan wins three points on the trot.
Sathiyan fights back to make it 6-9.
Drinkhall leads 7-4 now and then makes it 8-4 in his favour. This contest heading into the decider.
Cracking smash by Sathiyan and scores level 4-4 in the sixth game.
The Englishman fights back to win the sixth game 11-9 and it is 3-2 now in favour of Sathiyan.
Sathiyan and Drinkhall neck-to-neck at 5-5 in Game 5.
Drinkhall wins the fourth game 11-9. Sathiyan still leads 3-1.
Game point for Drinkhall in the fourth game.
Sathiyan makes it 3-0 with another clinical show to take the third game 11-5. Just one game separates Sathiyan from the bronze medal now.
Sathiyan moves ahead 2-0, bagging the second game 11-3.
Sathiyan wins the first game against Paul Drinkhall of England with a scoreline of 11-9.
And that’s the gold for Sen as he takes the third game 21-16 with a crosscourt kill.
Championship point for Sen as Ng sends it wide.
Ng pulls one back to make it 19-15 and another one to make it 19-16.
Crosscourt smash and Lakshya makes it 19-14. Two points away now.
Play is stopped as Ng seems to have hurt his knee.
Sensational rally with both showing great defence but Ng ends up with the point to make it 18-14.
Some quick exchanges and Sen eventually sends it wide. 17-13 in favour of Sen.
Two points on the trot and Sen now leads 17-12. Four points away from the gold.
The Malaysian now fights back to make it 15-12 in favour of Sen.
Ng sends it long to give Sen a 15-9 advantage.
Clinical down the line smash as Sen leads 13-8 and inches closer to the gold.
It is 12-8 now in favour of Sen in the decider.
Sen moves up 11-7 at the mid-game interval.
A valiant counterattack by the Malaysian but Lakshya Sen still leads 9-6 in the final game.
Sen surging ahead now with a lead of 8-4.
It is 6-3 now in favour of the Indian in the third and final game.
Lakshya Sen now ahead by a point at 4-3 with a powerful down the line smash.
It is 3-3 now as another error at the net by Ng erases his one-point lead.
The Indian now draws level at 2-2 as Ng commits a net error.
Lakshya opens his account in the decider with a clinical drop shot and trails 1-2.
Game point for Sen. And he takes the game 21-9, winning 10 points on the trot, to level the final 1-1.
Sen is suddenly flying away with this game and leads 18-9.
Lakshya Sen builds on his lead and now takes a healthy lead of 15-9.
Lakshya Sen leads 11-9 at the mid-game interval.
Ng sends it just wide and Sen now leads 10-8 in the second game.
Lakshya Sen pips the Malaysian to lead by a point now with the score 9-8.
Lakshya Sen levels 6-6.
Another jump smash and Ng takes a 6-4 lead now.
Lakshya Sen moves up a point to level 4-4.
Powerful and relentless play by the Malaysian as he sends a saring crosscourt smash to lead 4-3 in the second game.
Error in judgement by Sen in the backcourt and he loses the first game 19-21.
Game point for Young as he sends a crosscourt smash out of Lakshya Sen’s reach.
And Sen moves ahead by a point before the Malaysian bounces back to make it 19-19.
Sen draws level to make it 18-18.
Lakshya Sen lobs it over Young’s head and it lands just within the limits of the court. Young 18-16 Sen.
Lakshya Sen trims his deficit to make it 16-15.
Young leads 15-12 and then commits a service error to make it 15-13.
A sensational rally ends with Lakshya taking the point as Young finds the net while receiving a drop shot.
Lakshya Sen trails 9-11 at the mid-game interval.
The Malaysian now edges ahead with a lead of 8-7.
Tze Young of Malaysia draws level at 7-7 and cuts Lakshya’s lead.
Lakshya Sen takes a narrow 5-4 lead in the opening game.


  • Badminton - Men’s Singles Final- Lakshya Sen -Next Up
  • Badminton - Men’s Doubles Final - Satwiksairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty - 3:00 PM IST
  • Hockey - Men’s India vs Australia Final - 5:00 PM IST
  • Table Tennis - Men’s Singles Bronze Medal Match - 3:35 PM IST
  • Table Tennis - Sharath Kamal - Men’s Singles Final - 4:25 PM IST
  • The elusive Commonwealth Games gold will finally be around Sindhu’s neck. She had won the bronze in 2014 and silver in 2018 but this time around she managed to turn it into gold.
  • Sindhu wins the gold medal match 21-15, 21-13. Also, this is India’s 200th gold medal at the Commonwealth Games and 19th in this edition of the games.
  • Sindhu wins the gold with a crosscourt smash, bagging the second game 21-13.
  • Championship point for Sindhu as Li sends this wide after a good rally.
  • Sindhu makes it 19-13 as Li continues to find the net on her returns.
  • Li sends it long and Sindhu ahead 18-13. Three points away.
  • Li pulls one back to make it 17-13. Sindhu commits an error in judgement.
  • Sindhu just four points away from the gold now.
  • A disguised drop shot has Li scrambling for it and dives forward to reach to it but misses. Sindhu leads 16-12.
  • Sindhu makes it 15-11 as Li commits another unforced error.
  • A fantastic rally and Li puts it just out of reach of Sindhu to make it 13-10 in the Indian’s favour.
  • Li smashes it into the net again and Sindhu now leads 13-8.
  • A net error by Sindhu trims her lead to 12-8.
  • 11-6 in favour of the Indian at the mid-game interval.
  • The Indians continues to dominate and now leads 7-3 as Li hits it long and beyond the baseline.
  • Sindhu takes a 3-2 lead in the second game with an accurate and powerful down the line smash.
  • Sindhu wins the first game 21-15 and goes 1-0 up.
  • Game point for Sindhu as Li smashes into the net.
  • Li slips and Sindhu lands the shuttle wide of her to take a 19-15 lead in the first game.
  • A powerful crosscourt jump smash by Li makes it 17-13 in Sindhu’s favour.
  • Li cuts the lead a bit as Sindhu now leads 16-12.
  • A 20-shot long rally between the finallists and Sindhu takes the point and moves to 15-9.
  • Sindhu surges ahead now with a lead of 14-8.
  • Sindhu ahead by 9-8 in the first game. She makes it 10-8 as Li sprays the shuttle on the net.

2 PM: Badminton - A close start to the women’s singles final between India’s P V Sindhu and Canada’s Michelle Li. Scores level at 4-4 in the opening game


HEAD TO HEAD- (Men’s Singles gold medal match - Lakshya Sen vs NG Tze Yong)

India’s Lakshya Sen in his maiden CWG will face the Malaysian shuttler Tze Yong NG for gold. The World No 10 Indian has a 2-0 lead against Yong, however, the Malaysian defeated Lakshya’s compatriot and former World No 1 Kidabmi Srikanth in the semifinals and for the second time at CWG 2022.

HEAD TO HEAD- (Women’s Singles gold medal match - P. V. Sindhu vs Michelle Li)

The Indian World No 7 P V Sindhu will take on Canada’s World No 13 Michelle Li in the women’s singles finals of the Commonwealth Games 2022. Sindhu holds an advantage over the Canadian having won eight off the 10 matches. In this year, she played Li twice and defeated her on both occasions.

Here is the full medals tally at the Commonwealth Games 2022.

The Commonwealth Games  2022 in Birmingham is taking place from July 29 to August 8 with Indian athletes competing in events across 15 sports. Here are all the events Indians will be participating on Day 11 in Birmingham.



1:20 PM Women’s Singles gold medal match - P. V. Sindhu vs Li Michelle (Canada)

2:10 PM Men’s Singles gold medal match - Lakshya Sen  vs NG Tze Yong (Malaysia)

3:00 PM- Men’s Doubles gold medal match - Satwiksairaj Rankireddy /Chirag Shetty  vs Ben Lane/Sean Vendy (England)


5:00 PM Men’s Hockey gold medal match- India  vs Australia


3:35 PM: Men’s Singles bronze medal match - G. Sathiyan vs Paul Drinkhall (England)

4:25 PM: Men’s Singles gold medal match - Achanta Sharath Kamal vs Liam Pitchford (England)

The 2022 Commonwealth Games will be aired LIVE on the Sony Sports Network. The LIVE stream will be available on the SonyLIV app.
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