Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 10 Highlights: India wins five golds with three of them in Boxing, Medal Tally rises 55

CWG 2022: Get the live updates, schedule, medal tally, results and highlights from the 10th day of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on Sunday.

India won five Gold Medals on Day 10, with three coming from Boxing (Amit Panghal (extreme right), Nitu (extreme left), Nikhat Zareen (second from left)) along with Eldhose Paul winning it in Triple Jump and Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula winning the Mixed Doubles final.

India won five Gold Medals on Day 10, with three coming from Boxing (Amit Panghal (extreme right), Nitu (extreme left), Nikhat Zareen (second from left)) along with Eldhose Paul winning it in Triple Jump and Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula winning the Mixed Doubles final. | Photo Credit:

CWG 2022: Get the live updates, schedule, medal tally, results and highlights from the 10th day of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on Sunday.

Hello and welcome to Sportstar’s LIVE coverage of Day 10 of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on Sunday. India has won 55 medals so far, which includes 18 gold, 15 silver and 22 bronze medals.

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Highlights
  • Nikhat Zareen beat Carly McNaul to win the Gold Medal in light flyweight category of Boxing.
  • The Indian pair of Sreeja Akula and Sharath Kamal won the Gold Medal in Mixed Doubles in Table Tennis beating Karen Lyne and Javen Choong of Malaysia.
  • Nitu beat England’s Demie-Jade Resztan 5-0 to win gold in the minimumweight category.
  • Amit Panghal improves his silver from four years ago in Gold Coast and beats England’s Kiaran Macdonald 5-0 to win the men’s flyweight gold
  • India’s Eldhose Paul and Abdullah Aboobacker clinched gold and silver medals in the men’s triple jump
Medal Alert!
India’s Sagar loses to Delicious Orie of England to end Day 10 with a silver medal in India’s medal tally, taking its total to 55 medals in the Commonwealth Games 2022 so far.

Men’s Over 92kg (Super Heavyweight) - Final

  • ⦿ In the final round, Orie wins the bout with a 5-0 unanimous decision against India’s Sagar.
  • ⦿ Orie wins the second round with five 10s with the match level at 1-1 now
  • ⦿ Sagar wins the first bout with five 10s.
  • ⦿ India’s Sagar is in action against Delicious Orie of England.
Double Medal Alert!
The Indian pair of Sreeja Akula and Sharath Kamal win the Gold Medal in Mixed Doubles in Table Tennis while Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand win the Bronze Medal in the Women’s Doubles in Badminton.

Javelin Throw Final

  • ⦿ Arshad Nadeem of Pakistan, with a Personal Best of 90.18m, sets a Games Record and clinches the Gold Medal
  • ⦿ Anderson Peters of Grenada finishes second, while Julius Yego wins the Bronze Medal.
  • ⦿ India’s DP Manu and Rohit Yadav finish fifth and sixth in the finals.
  • ⦿ So far in the contest, it is the man from Pakistan who still leads with a huge throw of 88m, while Julius Yego is second with a best of 85.7m. Anderson Peters is third with a best of 82.74m
  • ⦿ Rohit throws 80.66 in his first attempt while DP Manu improves himself in the second attempt with a throw of 82.28.
  • ⦿ Manu throws 79.04 in his first attempt. Arshad Nadeem of Pakistan goes next with a throw of 86.81m in his first attempt and still sits on top of the standings so far.
  • ⦿ Follow the contest s it happens HERE
  • ⦿ India’s DP Manu and Rohit Yadav are in action in the final.
Table Tennis Gold Medal Match - Mixed Doubles - Sreeja Akula, Sharath Kamal 3-1 Karen Lyne, Javen Choong
Fourth Game: India wins the fourth game 11-6 to win the match 3-1 and win the Gold Medal in Mixed Doubles.
India wins the third game 11-5: Sreeja Akula and Sharath Kamal make a comeback in the match, winning the game 11-5 to regain the lead in the match.
Malaysia wins the second game 11-9: Malaysia is currently in front, but India is edging closer to a drwa with the score 8-7 to Malaysia now. Choong and Lyne earn another point to go 10-8 up now and wins the gam eventually to draw level 1-1 in the match.
India wins the first game 11-4: India leads the game 10-4 at the moment and wins the match eventually to take a 1-0 lead in the match.
Sreeja Akula and Sharath Kamal of India are in action against Karen Lyne and Javen Choong of Malaysia.
Badminton - Women’s Doubles - Bronze Medal Match
India wins the second game 21-18 to win the match in straight sets.
Second Game: India leads the second game 7-2 at the moment. The duo continues to build on their lead, taking the score to 13-8 in their favour now. Treesa and Gayatri win the game 21-18 to seal the match 2-0 and win the bronze medal for India.
India wins the first game 21-15 to take a 1-0 lead in the match.
First Game: India leads the match 2-0. Treesa and Gayatri build on the lead and go 6-2 against the Australian pair so far in the match. Eventually, Australia takes the lead at 11-9 in the game at the moment. The Indian duo finallt manage to get in front again, going two points up to 13-11 now.
India’s Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand are in action against Australia’s Hsuan-Yu Wendy Chen and Gronya Somerville.
Men’s 4x400m Relay
The Indian 4x400m relay team finishes outside the medal contention.

India vs Australia T20 - Women’s Cricket Final - Australia wins by nine runs

  • ⦿ India gets all out on 152 and wins the silver medal at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
  • ⦿ Follow the match as it happens HERE
  • ⦿ India XI: Shafali, Smriti, Jemimah, Harmanpreet (c), Taniya (wk), Deepti, Vastrakar, Radha, Sneh, Meghna, Renuka
  • ⦿ Australia XI: Alyssa Healy (wk), Beth Mooney, Meg Lanning (c), Tahlia McGrath, Rachael Haynes, Ashleigh Gardner, Grace Harris, Jessica Jonassen, Alana King, Megan Schutt, Darcie Brown
  • ⦿ Australia wins the toss and chooses to bat first.
  • ⦿ India will be in action against Australia after beating England in a four-run victory in the semifinal.
Men’s Singles - Kidambhi Srikanth wins Bronze
Kidambhi Srikanth wins the match in straight games against Jason Teh to win the Bronze medal in Men’s singles.
Second Game: The Indian has a clear advantage in the opening exchanges of the second game. Srikanth is leading 6-2. Some unforced errors by Srikanth as he hits the shuttle out of bounds on a couple of points. He still leads 9-5. Srikanth takes an 11-7 lead at the half way point in the second game. Another couple of thumping smashes by Kidambi as he extends his lead to 15-7. Some fightback by Teh as he cuts the deficit. The score is now 17-12 in favour of Srikanth.
Teh looks to have pulled up an injury in his knee, but resumes playing and loses a point to go 15-19 against Srikanth. The Singapore player is not giving up at all, with the deficit down to two points now.
Srikanth finally finishes the match in style, winning it in straight sets.
First Game: India sits level at 5-5 in the game so far. The neck-to-neck battle continues and the game is level 10-10. Srikanth is finally able to break out into a lead and leads 18-11. The Singapore shuttler manages to pull out four points but Srikanth seals the first game 21-15. The Indian leads 1-0 and needs another win to win bronze.
India’s Kidambhi Srikanth is in action against Jia Heng Teh of Singapore..
Table Tennis - Men’s Semifinals - Sathiyan G. loses 1-4 to Liam Pitchford
England wins the fourth game: Pitchford begins the game with three straight points but Sathiyan pulls back to 3-2. The Englishman continues to snatch points and hols a 9-3 lead. Some fightback by Sathiyan to take the score 6-9. The momentum continues on the Indian’s side and the score is 9-9. He gives a way a crucial point to concede a match point. And that was all Pitchford needed. He takes the game 11-9.
England wins the fourth game: The Indian takes a 7-6 lead but Pitchford comes back with three straight points to go 9-7 ahead. He takes a couple of game points as well and manages to find the game winner in one of them. Pitchford wins the 11-9. The Englishman needs just one game to win the contest.
England wins the third game: Sathiyan takes the game close but she had too much of a deficit to cover. Pitchford takes the 11-7 and leads 2-1.
India wins the second game: Sathiyan takes the lead, surpassing Pitchford two points to go to 3-2 and increases on it to go 5-2 at the moment. Pitchford fails to get back into the match as Sathiyan gets level against the England international, winning the game 11-4.
England wins the first game: Pitchford was enjoying a good lead, but Sathiyan earns two points to get back to 5-8 at the moment. However, the England international builds on the lead without giving away any more point to win the game 11-5.
India’s Sathiyan Gnanasekharan is in action in the other semifinal against Liam Pitchford of England.

Squash Bronze medal match- India vs Australia

  • ⦿ India wins the Bronze medal in the Mixed Doubles.
  • ⦿ Game 2: India 11-4 - The Indian pair leads the second game 7-4 at the moment. Saurav and Dipika win the game with a comfortable seven point margin to win the match.
  • ⦿ Game 1: India 11-8 Australia - The Indian pair of Saurav Ghosal and Dipika Pallikal take the first game in the best of three contest.
Table Tennis Men’s Singles semifinals : Sharath Kamal Achanta vs Paul Drinkhall
India wins the game 11-8: Sharath takes two points on Drinkhall’s serve, and then two more to lead 4-0. Another unforced error by the Englishman and Sharath leads 5-1. Drinkhall is able to swerve a ball away from Sharath and he pulls back to 5-3. Drinkhall comes close and pulls back the score to 7-5. The Indian still leads and adds to more points to take the game to 9-5. Drinkhall tries to comeback but the Indian has three game points. SHARATH KAMAL WINS!!!
Drinkhall serves to begin the sixth game
England wins 11-9: Drinkhall is the first one to break out into a lead. The Englishman goes up 5-2. Drinkhall continues with relentless aggression and stays 7-3 in the lead. Sharath misses a backhand return to give four-point lead to his opponent. However, the Indian steps his foot on the peddle and cuts the deficit to just one point. Drinkhall is able to convert one of the two game points and takes the game 11-9. Sharath still leads 3-2.
Fifth game starts. Can the Indian seal the win?
India wins the fourth game 11-7: The score is tied at 2-2 in the early stages. Sharath is the first one to aggress and takes a 5-3 lead. The extends it to 8-4 in the next few points. The Indian is able to seal the game 11-7 and takes a 3-1 lead. He is just one game away from victory now.
Fourth game begins
England wins third game 11-8: A solid start by Drinkhall as he goes 5-1 up. Sharath wins three quick points to get back within touching distance. Long rallies continue as the Englishman leads 7-5. Drinkhall opens up four game points. Sharath leads a mini fightback and pulls two points back. But Drinkhall wins the third one and takes the game 11-8. India leads 2-1. Building up nicely this one!
Third game is underway
India wins the second game 11-8: Sharath picks up the first four points but Drinkhall picks up pace to get the deficit with in two points. The momentum changes again and Sharath takes a 9-5 lead. He is able to close out the second game and wins 11-8.
Second Game begins
India wins the first game 11-8: In the first game, India’s Sharath Kamal leads 8-4, until Drinhall pulls back another point to make it 8-5 in favour of India. England tries to make a comeback, but Sharath earns the game point and then wins the match 11-8.
Sharath Kamal is in action against Paul Drinkhall of England.

Table Tennis Men’s Singles semifinals: Sharath Kamal vs Paul Drinkhall (England) -- Follow the match HERE.

India vs Australia T20 - Women’s Cricket Final - Gold Medal Match

  • ⦿ Follow the match as it happens HERE
  • ⦿ India XI: Shafali, Smriti, Jemimah, Harmanpreet (c), Taniya (wk), Deepti, Vastrakar, Radha, Sneh, Meghna, Renuka
  • ⦿ Australia XI: Alyssa Healy (wk), Beth Mooney, Meg Lanning (c), Tahlia McGrath, Rachael Haynes, Ashleigh Gardner, Grace Harris, Jessica Jonassen, Alana King, Megan Schutt, Darcie Brown
  • ⦿ Australia wins the toss and chooses to bat first.
  • ⦿ India will be in action against Australia after beating England in a four-run victory in the semifinal.

What is next for India?

  • ⦿ India will be in action against Australia in the Women’s Cricket Gold Medal Match at 9:30 pm
  • ⦿ Table Tennis Men’s Singles semifinals: Sharath Kamal vs Paul Drinkhall (England) at 9:50 pm.
  • ⦿ Mixed Doubles - Bronze Medal Match - Dipika Pallikal / Saurav Ghoshal vs Donna Lobban / Cameron Pilley (Australia) at 10:30 pm
Table Tennis Men’s Doubles - Gold Medal Match: India 2-3 England
Drinkhall and Pitchford seal the win eventually with a 3-2 win in England’s favour. Sharath Kamal and G. Sathiyan win the Silver Medal in Men’s Doubles.
England goes from strength to strength and cements its lead to 10-4 now. It can sense the Gold at Birmingham.
England eventually gets back in front with the score 7-4 to its favour at the moment.
England takes the lead at 3-2 shortly until India bounces back in front to 4-3.
India starts the fourth game with two quick points, but England draws level at 2-2 now. What a contest this is turning out to be!
In the fourth game, India is back in front after two consecutive game losses leads the game 9-6 now. Sharath and Sathiyan win the fourth game 11-7 to get level at 2-2 now. The final game will decide the match.
England wins the third game 11-3
After Time-out, India fights back in style, earning two points to cut the deficit to two points now. The score 4-2 to England at the moment, but India fails to build on it and loses the game after earning one more point.
England is looking menacing so far in the third game, winning three points, without giving away a single one.
England wins the second game 11-8
England leads the second game with a single-point lead at the moment and increases the lead to two points and win the second game 11-8 to get back on level terms.
India wins the first game 11-8
India lead the first game 3-2 at the moment against the English pair and wins the first game 11-8 to take a 1-0 lead in the match.
Sharath Kamal and G. Sathiyan are in action against Paul Drinkhall and Liam Pitchford of England.
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Medal Alert! Nikhat Zareen
Nikhat Zareen beats Carly McNaul to win the Gold Medal in light flyweight category of Boxing. It is the third Gold in Boxing and fourth overall that India has won today.

Boxing - Women’s Over 48kg-50kg (Light Fly) - Final

  • ⦿ The Indian boxer wins the fight 5-0 on points to clinch the fourth Gold Medal of the day.
  • ⦿ Nikhat wins the the second round as well with five 10s.
  • ⦿ Nikhat wins the first round with five 10s.
  • ⦿ Both the fighters going cautious in the beginning till Nikhat lands a hook in McNaul.
  • ⦿ Match Begins.
  • ⦿ Nihat will start in blue, while McNaul will start in Red.
  • ⦿ Nikhat is a Gold Medallist at the 2022 World Championships in Istanbul and a Bronze Medallist at the Asian Championships in 2019.
  • ⦿ McNaul won the Silver Medal in the previous edition of the Commonwealth Games, in 2018 at Gold Coast.
  • ⦿ India’s Nikhat Zareen will be in action against Carly McNaul of England
Badminton - Satwik/Chirag into finals; Treesa/Gopichand look for Bronze
Men’s Doubles - Semi-Final - Satwik Rankireddy/ Chirag Shetty 2-0 Peng Soon Chan/Kian Meng TanIn
India win the match in straight games to enter the finals, beating Malaysia in straight games.
India wins the second game 21-15 to win the match.
Malaysia looks to pull of a late comeback, earning four points to bet to 13-19 so far in the match.
India has started building on its lead in what might just finish soon, with the score 9-17 in India’s favour.
Midway in the match, India is four points ahead, with the score 10-6 in its favour. As match resumes, India earns two quick points to just one by Malaysia. IND 12-7 MAS at the moment.
Two poor replies from India gifts Malaysia two points as the deficit is cut to five points now,
The second game looks to be going in the same fashion as the first, with the difference in points to six now. IND 8-2 MAS
In the second game, India starts off with an early point. Though Malaysia pulls one back, India regains its lead with a poor reply from Malaysia, and continues increasing the lead. The score 4-1 to India at the moment.
The Indian duo wins the first game 21-6 to take a 1-0 lead in the match.
India has taken a four-point advantage against Malaysia, going 6-2 up in the game so far. Satwik and Chirag continue to build on their lead, with the difference up to seven points now. India goes from strength to strength, taking the score to 15-4 now.
The first game begins.
India’s Satwik and Chirag are in action against Malaysia’s Chana and Tan.
Women’s Doubles - Semi-Final: Treesa Jolly, Gayatri Gopichand 0-2 Tan Koong Le and Thinaah Muralitharan
Tresaa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand lose the match 2-0 and will play in the Bronze Medal match later tonight.
India loses the second game 21-16.
Second Game: Jolly and Gopichand try to make a comeback in the second game, going level on points in the second game so far. The score 4-4 at the moment. India takes a slender lead at 6-5 in its favour now. The Indian duo continues to build on the lead going 11-9 in its favour now.
Malaysia gets their noses in front eventually to 16-14 now, with five more points needed to end the game as it eyes the Gold Medal.
Tan and Thinaah earns the game point with India at 16 and wins the match 2-0.
India loses the first game 21-13.
The Malaysian pair continues to build on their lead earning the match point and eventually winning the game 21-13.
Malaysia leads won the first game 11-5. The longest rally in this game has lasted 29 seconds with as many strokes with Malaysia leading the match 1-0 at the moment.
India’s Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand are in action against Malaysia’s Tan Koong Le and Thinaah Muralitharan.

What’s in store for India now?

  • ⦿ Men’s Doubles Gold Medal Match: Sharath Kamal and G. Sathiyan will be in action against Paul Drinkhall and Liam Pitchford of England at 6:15 pm
  • ⦿ Nikhat Zareen will be in action in the Goled Medal match against Northern Ireland’s Carly Mc Naul at 7 pm IST.

5:32 PM Badminton: Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand takes on Malaysia’s Tan Koong Le Pearly and Thinaah Muralitharan.

5:24 PM Athletics: Indian’s Dutee Chand, Hima Das, Srabani Nanda and Jyothi Yarraji finished fifth with a timing of 43.81 in the women’s 4x100m relay final.

5:20PM: Badminton: Kidambi Srikanth loses to Tze Yong (MAL) 21-13, 19-21, 10-21 in the men’s singles semifinal. Srikanth will face Singapore’s Teh Jia Heng in the bronze medal match on Monday while Tze Yong will take on Lakshya Sen in the final.

5:15 PM Badminton: Srikanth trails 8-15 against Tze Yong N G of Malaysia.

5:02 PM Table tennis: Sreeja Akula lost to Australia’s Yangzi Liu 11 - 3, 6 - 11, 2 - 11, 11 - 7, 13 - 15, 11 - 9, 7 - 11 in the bronze medal match.

4:55 PM Athletics: Annu Rani wins bronze the women’s javelin throw with her fourth throw of 60m securing the podium.

4:54 PM Badminton: Srikanth loses the second set 21-19 to Tze Yong N G.

4:45PM: Table Tennis: India’ Sreeja Akula is competing in the women’s singles bronze medal match. Catch all the updates here:

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4:40PM: Athletics: Annu Rani jumps to the third spot with a 60m through in the fourth round of the javelin final.

4:30PM: Athletics: India’s Sandeep Kumar wins bronze medal in the 10km race walk with a PB of 38:49.21.

4:26PM: Athletics: India’s Eldhose Paul and Abdullah Aboobacker clinch gold and silver medals in the men’s triple jump. Praveen Chithravel finishes fourth.

4:15PM: Athletics: India’s Abdullah Aboobacker soars to the second spot with a 17.02m jump in his fifth attempt!

4:00PM: Athletics: The women’s javelin is underway. India’s Annu Rani and Shilpa Rani are in the hunt. Annu Rani begins with a throw of 55.61m.

3:50PM: Athletics: The men’s 10km race walk has begun. India’s Amit and Sandeep Kumar are in action.

3:47PM: Athletics: Eldhose Paul sets the stage on fire with a PB and the first jump that crosses 17m in the final!

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3:36 PM: Badminton - PV Sindhu has reached the women’s singles final with a straight-games win over Yeo Jia Min of Singapore. Lakshya Sen leads Teh Jia Heng 21-10 in his men’s singles final four clash.

3:30 PM: Boxing - Amit Panghal improves his silver from four years ago in Gold Coast and beats England’s Kiaran Macdonald 5-0 to win the men’s flyweight gold. Follow live updates here.

3:27 PM: Athletics - Chithravel does not improve on his first round effort in the second. Aboobacker does - 16.62m and stays at third spot. Eldhose Paul jumps to fourth with 16.30m. Jah-Nhai Perinchief leads the men’s triple jump final after two rounds with 16.92

3:25 PM: Boxing - Four judges rule the second round in Amit’s favour while one gives it a tie.

3:20 PM: Boxing - Amit Panghal wins the opening round 5-0 in his flyweight gold medal bout against England’s Kiaran Macdonald. Follow live updates here.

3:15 PM: Athletics - After round one, Praveen Chithravel is second with a jump of 16.75m in the men’s triple jump final. Abdulla Aboobacker is third with 16.57m while Eldhose Paul is 11th with 14.62m.

3:13 PM: Boxing - Medals galore! Nitu beats England’s Demie-Jade Resztan 5-0 to win gold in the minimumweight category. This is India’s first gold in boxing at the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Live coverage.

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3:10 PM: Hockey - INDIA BEATS NEW ZEALAND 2-1 IN THE PENALTY SHOOTOUT TO WIN BRONZE!!!! Follow the live coverage here:

3:07 PM: Boxing - Nitu wins the second round by the same scoreline of 4-1. One hand on the gold medal.

3:03 PM: Boxing - Nitu wins the first round 4-1 in the final.

2:56 PM: Hockey - New Zealand captain Olivia Merry hits the ball in the bottom left corner as Indian goalie Savita goes the other way. Clock runs down and it will be a penalty shoot out!

2:54 PM: Hockey - New Zealand gets a Penalty Stroke with 18 seconds remaining. India uses the referral but it is invain.

2:52 PM: Hockey - With two minutes left, India is down to 10 women as Lalremsiami has been issued a yellow card. New Zealand earns a PC with 28 seconds left.

2:46 PM: Boxing - Indian boxer Nitu will fight for gold against Demie-Jade Resztan in the women’s minimumweight final from 3 PM. Follow live updates here.

2:42 PM: Athletics - More live action coming your way. Men’s Triple Jump final featuring three Indians - Abdulla Aboobacker, Eldhose Paul and Praveen Chithravel - is about to begin. For live updates, click here.

2:32 PM: Hockey - New Zealand skipper Olivia Merry seemed to have equalised in the 43rd minute. However, the goal has been disallowed and hence, India keeps its 1-0 lead.

2:16 PM: Badminton - Shuttlers PV Sindhu and Yeo Jin Min have entered the arena for their women’s singles semifinal clash.

Men’s Singles Semifinal - Kidambi Srikanth vs Tze Yong (Malaysia); 21-13
First Game
21-13: Kidambi Srikanth is off to a brilliant start in the final after taking the first game.
Men’s Singles Semifinal - Lakshya Sen beats Teh Jia Heng (Singapore) 21-10, 18-21, 21-16
Third Game
21- 16: Lakshya Sen marks a resounding comeback to reach the men’s singles final!
Second Game
18-21: Teh levels the game by winning the second game.
17-19: Lakshya is relentless in his attack and he has narrowed the Teh’s lead to two points.
11-16: Remarkable comeback from Heng but Lakshya is mounting a response.
9-11: Teh Jia Heng springs back to take a lead over Sen.
8-5: Lakshya Sen surges ahead once again.
First Game
21-10: Lakshya Sen comfortably wins the opening game.
17-9: Lakshya Sen is running through the first game. A huge gap between the two shuttlers now.
11-7: Lakshya leads at the mid-game interval with a four points.
5-4: Heng closes the gap quickly.
4-1: Strong start for Lakshya. A three-point lead in no time.
Women’s Singles semifinal - PV Sindhu bt Yeo Jia Min (Singapore) 21-19, 21-17
Second Game
21-17: Sindhu converts on the third time of asking to reach her second CWG final in a row!!!!
20-15: Five match points for Sindhu.
18-15: Down-the-line smash from Yeo Jia Min, this time, goes wide.
16-14: Down-the-line smash from Yeo Jia Min. Two-point game.
16-12: Reckless clear from Yeo. Sprays it well wide.
14-10: Error on the net shot from Sindhu.
11-9: Yeo Jia Min closes the gap but Sindhu manages to enter the mid-game interval with a slender lead.
7-5: Looks like this match is set to be all about streaks. Five points in a row for Sindhu.
4-5: Cross-court drop from Sindhu forces Yeo to make a diving return near the net which leaves Sindhu with the easy opportunity to hit the kill into the open court.
2-5: Sindhu started by claiming the first two points but Yeo has come back strongly to take the next five. Game on!
First Game
21-19: Poor net shot from Yeo Jia Min and Sindhu takes the opening game!
20-19: Yeo Jia Min has managed to save two game points. Can she save the third?
20-17: Yeo Jia Min was closing in but one down-the-line smash from Sindhu draw a weak return from the Singaporean. Three game points.
19-15: Yeo Jia Min dictates the rally and finishes it with a cross-court drop.
18-12: Perfect net shot from Sindhu.
16-12: Error in judgement from Sindhu as Yeo’s lift lands well inside the baseline.
14-11: Cross-court smash helps Sindhu extend her lead to three points.
11-9: From 5-9 down, Sindhu reels off six straight points to lead at the mid-game interval.
5-8: Yeo drives one wide and her run of five straight points comes to an end.
4-6: Aggressive play from the Singaporean shuttler. Eventually, the body smash proves to be too much for Sindhu.
3-3: A close start to the opening game as Yeo hits a down-the-line smash to level the scores.

2:08 PM: Hockey - India leads New Zealand 1-0 at half-time in the women’s bronze medal match courtesy of a reverse scoop by midfielder Salima Tete in the 29th minute.

2:05 PM: Live action in Badminton begins in 15 minutes. Here’s the complete line-up for today.

Complete schedule for badminton
2:20 PM Women’s singles semifinals - PV Sindhu vs Yeo Jia Min (Singapore)
3:10 PM Men’s singles semifinals- Lakshya Sen vs Teh Jia Heng (Singapore)
3:10 PM Men’s singles semifinals- Srikanth Kidambi vs NG Tze Yong (Malaysia)
4 PM Women’s doubles semifinals -Treesa Jolly/Gayatri Gopichand vs Pearly Tan/Thinaah Muralitharan (Malaysia)
4:50 PM Men’s doubles semifinals - Satwik Sairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty vs Chan Peng Soon/Tan Kian Meng (Malaysia)

1:43 PM: Hockey - Salima Tete comes close to breaking the deadlock and putting India 1-0 ahead as her shot from the left misses the far post by a whisker.

1:30 PM: Here we go. Live action has begun in women’s hockey bronze medal match between India and New Zealand.

1:15 PM: ICYMI, here our on-ground man Santadeep Dey’s piece on Avinash Sable’s historic silver in the men’s 3000m steeplechase: Avinash Sable ends Kenyan hegemony with steeplechase silver at Commonwealth Games 2022

1 PM: First event of the day - the women’s hockey bronze medal match between India and New Zealand - starts in half an hour. Follow our live coverage

AUGUST 7, DAY 10 FULL SCHEDULE - INDIA (ALL TIMINGS IN IST)

ATHLETICS

2:45PM Men’s triple jump- Abdulla Aboobacker, Eldhose Paul, Praveen Chithravel

3:50PM Men’s 10,000m race walk finals- Amit, Sandeep Kumar

4:05PM Women’s Javelin throw finals- Shilpa Rani, Annu Rani

5:24 PM Women’s 4 x 100m Relay - Final

12:10 AM  (Aug 8) Men’s javelin throw finals- Rohit Yadav, DP Manu

1:00 AM  (Aug 8) Men’s 4x400m relay finals- India

BADMINTON

2:20 PM Women’s singles semifinals- P V Sindhu

3:10 PM Men’s singles semifinals- Lakshya Sen

3:10 PM Men’s singles semifinals-Kidambi Srikanth

4:00 PM Women’s doubles semifinals- Treesa Jolly/Gayatri Gopichand

4:50 PM Men’s doubles semifinals- Satwik/Chirag

BOXING

3 PM- Women’s minimumweight- Nitu

3:15PM- Men’s flyweight-Amit

7 PM- Women’s light flyweight- Nikhat Zareen

1:15 AM (Aug 8) Men’s Super heavyweight- Sagar

HOCKEY

1:30 PM Women’s bronze medal match- India vs New Zealand

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TABLE TENNIS

3:35 PM- women’s singles bronze medal match- Sreeja Akula

6:15 PM- men’s doubles gold medal match- Sathiyan/Sharath Kamal

9:50 PM Men’s singles semifinal- Sharath Kamal

10:40 PM men’s singles semifinal- G. Sathiyan

12:15 AM (Aug 8)- Mixed doubles gold medal match- Sharath Kamal/ Sreeja

CRICKET

9:30 PM Women’s gold medal match- India

SQUASH

10:30 PM Mixed doubles bronze medal match- Saurav Ghosal/ Dipika Pallikal

WHERE TO WATCH COMMONWEALTH GAMES 2022 LIVE?
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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