Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 9 Highlights: India wins four gold medals with three in wrestling, medal tally rises to 40

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

Updated : Aug 07, 2022 16:39 IST

India won four Gold Medals on Day 9, with Naveen, Ravvi Dahiya and Vinesh Phogat all winning their final bouts, while Bhavina Patel won her Table Tennis final at the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham.
India won four Gold Medals on Day 9, with Naveen, Ravvi Dahiya and Vinesh Phogat all winning their final bouts, while Bhavina Patel won her Table Tennis final at the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham.

India won four Gold Medals on Day 9, with Naveen, Ravvi Dahiya and Vinesh Phogat all winning their final bouts, while Bhavina Patel won her Table Tennis final at the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham.

Hello and welcome to Sportstar’s LIVE coverage of Day 9 of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on Saturday. India has won 40 medals so far, which includes 13 gold, 11 silver and 16 bronze medals.

  • Naveen beat Muhammad Sharif of Pakistan in Wrestling: 74 kg Men’s Freestyle to win the third Wrestling Gold Medal of the day
  • Ravi Kumar Dahiya beat Nigeria‘s Ebikewenimo Welson on technical superiority to win the Gold in Men’s Freestyle 57 kg wrestling.
  • Bhavina wins the Gold Medal Match 2-0 to secure the first gold in Para Table Tennis at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
  • Priyanka won a historic silver in the 10km Race Walk in 43:38.00 seconds
  • Avinash Sable won silver in 3000m steeplechase with a Personal Best and National Record of 8:11.20, just behind Abraham Kibiwot of Kenya, who finishes with 8:11.15

Boxing - Men’s Over 92kg (Super Heavyweight) - Sagar through to finals

  • Sagar wins the bout 5-0 by unanimous decision to enter the finals.
  • In the second round, it is the Indian who comes out victorious again, with the match in favour of India at the moment.
  • Sagar wins the first round with five 10s.
  • India’s Sagar (Red) is in action against Ifeanyi Onyekwere (Blue)
Double Medal Alert!
Bhavina Patel wins the Gold Medal in Para Table Tennis Women’s Singles Classes 3-5, taking India’s Gold Medal tally to 13. Rohit Tokas won the Bronze Medal in Men’s Welterweight to take India’s total medal tally to 40.
Table Tennis: Women’s Singles Classes 3-5 - Gold Medal Match
Bhavina wins the match 11-9 to secure the first gold in Para Table Tennis at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
When match resumes after time-out, India is level at 8-8 and then takes the lead to 10-8 now.
In the third game, Nigeria leads the match 7-4 at the moment and widens the lead to 8-4 now. India has pulls back three points to reduce the gap to just one point now.
Bhavina leads the match 2-0 at the moment.
In the second game, Bhavina takes her control to a very different level, sealing the game with a nine-point advantage. The score 11-2 to India,
The Indian wins the first game 12-10 to take a 1-0 lead in the match.
India’s Bhavina Patel is in action against Ifechukwude Christiana of Nigeria.

Boxing - Men’s Welterweight - Semi-Final

  • Rohit Tokas ends the Commonwealth Games 2022 campaign with a Bronze Medal.
  • At the end of Round 3, the match’s winner is decided by split decision with Stephen Zimba winning the fight.
  • He makes a comeback in the next round winning it 3-2 by split decision.
  • Rohit loses the first round by 3-2 split decision.
  • Rohit in in Red, while Stephen is in Blue
  • India’s Rohit Tokas will be in action against Zambia’s Stephen Zimba in the Men’s Over 63.5kg-67kg semifinal.

Athletics - Men’s 5000m - Final - Avinash Sable fails to finish the race

Avinash Sable starts in the Men’s 5000m final after winning a silver medal in the 3000m steeplechase. His personal best is 13:25:65. The national record holder, however, fails to finish the race with Uganda’s Jacob Kiplimo winning the gold medal, Nicholas Kimeli winning silver and Jacob Krop winning the Bronze Medal.

Medal Alert! India wins Bronze in Para Table Tennis
Table Tennis - Women’s Singles Classes 3-5 - Sonalben wins Bronze
Sonalben wins the match 3-0 to win the Bronze Medal for India.
Sonalben has taken another five-point lead in the match, with the score 7-2 in her favour in the third game so far. She wins the third game with an eight-point advantage. The score 11-8 to India.
In the second game, she earns four points without allowing any margin for error to take the score to 4-0 in India’s favour. While Bailey earns two points, Sonalben is maintaining a comfortable five-point advantage over the England International and wins the second game 11-2 to double her lead in the match.
Sonalben Patel of India is in action against Sue Bailey of England. In the first game, India leads 3-5 at the moment. India wins the first game 11-5 to take a 1-0 lead in the match.

Badminton - Men’s Doubles - Quarter-Final, Satwikm Chirag storm into semifinals

  • The Indian pair continues to widen the lead to six points now, with the score 14-8 to India currently. Satwik and Chirag beats the Australians in straight games to win the match and enter the semifinals.
  • India wins the first game 21-9 and is leading the second game 5-3 at the moment.
  • Jacob Schueler and Nathan Tang of Australia are in action against Satwik Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty of India.

Men’s Hockey Semifinals - India vs South Africa: IND 3-2

  • The men’s hockey team is through to the final and secures another medal for India.
  • As the time runs out, India successfully defends its lead, winning the match 3-2.
  • India’s slow beginning after scoring the goal costs it a goal, as South Africa score one more goal to go 3-2 now.
  • In the fourth quarter, India score another goal to go 3-1 up against South Africa and just over a minute left in the game.
  • South Africa scores a goal in the third quarter to pull a goal back and reduce the goal deficit to just one game.
  • At half-time, India leads 2-0 against South Africa, with goals from Mandeep and Abhishek
  • Follow the match as it happens HERE.
  • India and South Africa sit level at 0-0 in the match so far, till the 12th minute.

Boxing Bronze Medal Match: India vs Pakistan - Men’s 97 Kg

  • As time runs out, India wins the bout on technical superiority.
  • Deepak earns one more point to go 10-2 up against Pakistan
  • In the second round, Nehra does not just take down Raza, but twists him twice to take a seven-point lead. IND 9-2 PAK
  • Raza earns two points, but Nehra takes the lead again to gain a single point lead.
  • His next move is cancelled after a challenge by Raza
  • Nehra’s goes for the leg-attack and earns two points to take the lead in the match. IND 2-0 PAK
  • India’s Deepak Nehra is in action against Tayab Raza of Pakistan
Medal Alert! Hussamuddin Mohammed wins second Boxing bronze
Boxing - Semifinals - Men’s Over 54kg- 57kg (Featherweight) - Hussamuddin Mohammed
India’s Hussamuddin Mohammed is in action against Ghana’s Joseph Comey. The Indian (in Blue) has won the first round, while the Ghanaian (in Red) has won the second round so far.
Comey wins the third round, winning the match 4-1, with the Indian boxer winning the second Boxing medal of the day, which is also a Bronze.

Women’s Hammer Throw - Final - Manju out of medal contention

  • Manju throws 60.96 in her third attempt, but finishes at the bottom of the rankings, out of medal contention
  • Manju throws 57.6 in her first attempt and is currently 10th in the rankings.
  • India’s Manju Bala is in action in the final.
Medal Alert! Wrestling - Pooja wins Bronze in Women’s Freestyle 76 kg
At the ends of Round one, Pooja is 8-0 up and she wins the bout eventually with two more points to take the 11th medal in wrestling for India.
Pooja takes down the Australian and earns two points. Continues her assault and goes 6-0 up now.
Pooja Sihag is in action against Naomi de Bruine of Australia.
Medal Alert! India wins third Gold Medal of the day
Wrestling: 74 kg Men’s Freestyle - Naveen VS Muhammad Sharif (Pakistan)
The Indian continues to take the Pakistani down and twists him twice to take the score to 9-0 now. As the match ends, Naveen wins the third gold of the day with the medal tally up to 33 now.
Naveen earns two points to take the lead in Round 1.
It’s India vs Pakistan in the wrestling gold medal match.
Badminton - Quarterfinals
Women’s Doubles - Quarter-Final: Jolly, Gopichand into semifinals
Treesa Jolly/Gayatri Gopichand 2-0 Tahlia Richardson/Katherine Wynter
India wins the second game 21-6: The Indians looks too good for the Jamaican pair, with the score 14-0 in Joly/Gopichand’s favour. What a lead this! The Indian duo wins the second game in style to enter the semifinals with a straight-game win against Jamaica.
India wins the first game 21-8: Treesa Jolly and Gayatri takes early lead 6-3 in the first half of the first set. The Indian duo build on the lead to go eight points ahead at 14-6 at the moment and wins the game 21-8 to take a 1-0 lead in the match
Men’s Singles Quarterfinals, Lakshya, Srikanth through to semis
Kidambi Srikanth 2-0 Toby Penty (England)
India wins the second game 21-17: Toby, who had a two-point lead, initially, fails to stay in front, with Srikant going level at 12-12 currently. Srikanth takes the lead eventually going 14 points up to 13 of Toby. The one point lead increases to three now. IND 16-13 ENG.
Indian going strength to strength with Srikanth needing just two more points to secure the game. Srikanth ends the contest with a comfortable win in the second game to beat the Englishman in straight games.
Indian wins the first game 21-19: Srikanth currently leads the first game 12-8. Toby makes a comeback in the match, cutting the deficit to just two points. The score 14-12 now, until Srikanth goes further up to 17-13 now. Toby has 15 points now, with the deficit cut to two points again. Srikanth builds on his lead to secure a win the first game.
Lakshya Sen 2-0 Julien Paul (Mauritius)
India wins the second game 21-11: Julien Paul tries to draw level in this match, and is enjoying a slender one-point lead so far. The score IND 5-6 MRI. Lakshya Sen wins the second game 21-11 and enters the semifinals successfully with a straight game win against Julien.
India wins the first game 21-12: Lakshya Sen leads the first game 14-8 at the moment. Lakshya edges closer to a win in this game, taking his advantage from six to eight points now. The score 18-10 in his favour. Lakshya win the first game, taking a 1-0 lead in the match.
Medal Alert! Vinesh Phogat wins Gold in Women’s Freestyle 53 kg - Nordic
After earning four points with the leg attack, the Indian wins the match by fall against the Sri Lankan, clinching the Gold Medal -- India’s 11th Gold Medal in the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
The wrestlers are arriving to the mat and the match begins.
Vinesh Phogat of India will be in action against Chamodya Keshani Maduravalage Don of Sri Lanka in this bout.

Para Table Tennis - Men’s Singles Classes 3-5

  • Raj Aravindan Alagar of India lost to Isar Ogunkunle of Nigeria in the Bronze Medal match in straight games with the score 3-11, 6-11 and 9-11 in the three games respectively.
Medal Alert! Ravi Dahiya wins the Wresting Gold Medal on Technical superiority
It is the eighth medal in wrestling and the tenth Gold Medal for India.
The match begins with both the wrestlers going for defense initially and after a block against the Nigerian, Ravi gets on top of his opponent and earns two points and twists him to finally end the match and get the Gold Medal.
India’s Ravi Kumar Dahiya is in action against Nigeria‘s Ebikewenimo Welson in the Men’s Freestyle 57 kg wrestling final.
Medal Alert!
Wresting: Pooja Gehlot vs Christelle Letchidjio (Scotland) - Women’s 50kg
Christelle earns two points after a take down against Pooja so far in the first round. Pooja gets a grip over Christellle now and goes 10 points up after a fantastic take down, one after the other. The score 10-2 to India at the end of Round 1.

What is in store for India next?

  • Women’s Bronze Medal Match - Pooja Gehlot vs Christelle Letchidjio (Scotland) - Women’s 50kg
  • Wrestling Bronze Medal Match - Deepak Nehra vs Tayab Raza (Pakistan) - Men’s 97 kg
  • Wrestling Bronze Medal Match - Naomi de Bruine (Australia) vs Pooja Sihag - Women’s 76 kg
  • Wrestling Gold Medal Match - Naveen vs Muhammad Tahir (Pakistan) - Men’s 74 kg
  • Wrestling Gold Medal Match - Ravi Kumar vs E Welson (Nigerioa) - Men’s 57kg
Table Tennis - Women’s Doubles Quarterfinal
Sreeja Akula, Reeth Tennison 1-3 Jingyi Zhou, Xin Ru Wong (Singapore)
Singapore wins the fourth game 11-6: India is trailing the fourth game 4-6 at the moment and a win for Wong and Zhou will end India’s hopes in Women’s Doubles. Manika and Diya are already out. Sreeja and Reeth lose the game 11-6 to lose the match 1-3 to Singapore
India wins the third game 11-6: Sreeja Akula and Reeth lead the third game 7-4 now. The Indian duo wins the game 11-6 to get back into the match.
Singapore wins the second game 13-11: The second game has Singapore in front again, with the score 2-1 in its favour now. Akula and Tennison gets back in the game with the scores level at 4-4 now. The Indian duo is in the lead now with the sore 6-5 in their favour. Singapore gets in front with a two-point advantage now. IND 6-8 SGP. Singapore finally wins the game 13-11.
Singapore wins the first game 16-14: The Singapore duo leads the game 4-2 at the moment. India pulls back its chance in the the match to get level at 10-10. The contest is stuck tight at 11-11 now until Wong and Zhou secure two points to end the game in their favour.
Manika Batra, Diya Chitale 1-3 Charlotte Carey, Anna Hursey (Wales)
Wales wins the fourth game 12-10: India leads the first game 8-6 at the moment. India fails to capitalise on its lead yet again and Wales is in front with a single-point advantage at 10-9. Manika and Diya get back level now, however, the Welsh duo secures the win and its place in the semifinals.
India wins third game 13-11: Wales looks to be running away with the match, with a two-point advantage, until Manika and Diya steal two points to get level. India takes the lead temporarily to 6-4, but fails to capitalise on it to see Wales finally go on top at 7-6 now.
The competition is going neck-to-neck with the game shifting in either team’s favour, and India earns points in its favour to win the game 13-11.
Wales wins the second Game: Wales’ second game is going exactly the way the first game went. Hursey and Caret are one point away from winning the game, with the score 10-6 to Wales now and finally wins the game to take a 2-0 lead in the match.
Wales wins the first game 11-7: Manika and Diya, after an early slender lead, loses it to the Welsh pair eventually. The score 5-3 to Wales. Hursey and Carey seal a win in the first game 11-7.
Medal Alert!
Boxing - Women’s Lightweight - Jaismine loses to Gemma, wins Bronze
At the end of the third round, it is the England boxer who wins the match by a 3-2 split decision. India’s Jaismine wins the first Boxing medal for the country in the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Second Game: Gemma improves on her performance in the second round and earns four 10s to maintain her lead in the fight. She wins the second round as well.
First Game: Gemma is in red and Jaismine in in blue. Gemma looks the more aggressive boxer so far in this game as Jaismine tries to test her defense so far. Gemma wins the first round 3-2 by split decision.
Match begins
The English boxer, Jemma Richardson, on the other hand, is a two-time European Youth Champion, winning the Gold Medal in 2018 and 2019. She had also won a gold at the 2018 Youth World Boxing Championship in Budapest.
Jaismine has boxing in her blood. Her great grandfather Hawa Singh was a heavyweight boxer who had won the gold medal in the Asian Games twice. Two of her uncles, Sandeep Singh and Parvinder Singh were national champions as well.
India’s Jaismine will be in action against Gemma Richardson at 8 pm IST.

Boxing - Women’s Flyweight - Nikhat Zareen

  • Nikhat wins the bout 5-0 to enter the finals. Another medal assured for India in Boxing.
  • The Indian leads the score 100-90 after the first two rounds.
  • Nikhat wins the first two rounds with five 10s.
  • Nikhat Zareen of India is in action against England’s Savannah Stubley.
Squash - Mixed Doubles Semifinal - Saurav/Dipika lose 0-2 to Paul/Joelle of New Zealand
Joelle King and Paul Coll beat Dipika and Saurav to enter the semifinals. India will play the Bronze Medal match next.
Throughout the game, India is playing catch-up, while New Zealand steers forward. The score 3-5 to New Zealand now.
The pair of Coll and King start the second game with an early point. Though India levels soon, New Zealand goes back in front with another point.
New Zealand wins the first game 11-7 despite Saurav and Dipika trying to earn a victory in this game.
India’s Dipika Pallikal and Saurav Ghoshal are in action against Paul Coll and Joelle King of New Zealand.

Table Tennis Mixed Doubles Semifinals - Sreeja Akula, Sharath Kamal into the Finals

  • After giving away a point, Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula seal the win in the semi to storm into the Gold Medal Match.
  • India looks to make a comeback after losing two consecutive sets to earn the game point at 10-5 to India.
  • Australia makes India work for every point and seals the fourth game to go level at 2-2 in the match now.
  • India pulls back three points to come close at 9-10 and then goes past Australia to come on the driving seat at 12-11 to India.
  • Australia has taken a substantial lead in the fourth game as well, with a four point advantage, IND 6-10 AUS
  • The Jee-Lum pair win the third game to come back into the match, the India leading 2-1 so far.
  • The Indian pair eyeing for a straight game win. They currently trail 2-3 in the third set. The Austrlian pair is still in the lead, with the score 6-8 to Australia.
  • Sharath and Sreeja continue to domiate in the second game as they win 11-8.
  • The Indian pair wins the first game 11-9 to take a 1-0 lead in the match.
Medal Alert! India wins silver in Lawn Bowls
India loses 18-5 to Northern Ireland and wins the Silver Medal.
After 12 ends, it is still Northern Ireland in front with the score 14-5 in its favour.
The Men’s Fours team is trailing in the Gold Medal Match 5-13 after 13 ends. The Indian team comprises Sunil Bahadur, Navneet Singh, Chandan Kumar Singh and Dinesh Kumar.

The Indian Women’s Cricket Team beats England by four runs in the semifinal and will now eye the Gold Medal.

Badminton - Women’s Singles Quarterfinals - Aakarshi Kashyap loses to Kirsty Gilmour 2-0

  • Gilmour seals the second game 21-7 to win the match in straight games and enters the semifinals. Aakarshi is out of the Women’s Singles.
  • Aakarshi Kashyap of India is in action against Kirsty Gilmour of Scotland. The Indian has lost the first game 21-10 and is trailing the second set 6-13 at the moment.

What is in store for India now?

  • Table Tennis Mixed Doubles semifinal - Sreeja Akula and Sharath Kamal will be in action against Xing Ru Wong and Jingyi Zhou of Singapore
  • Boxing Women’s flyweight semifinal - Nikhat Zareen vs Savannah Stubley of England
  • Squash Mixed doubles semifinal - Dipika Pallikal, Saurav Ghoshal vs Paul Coll, Joelle King of New Zealand
Dutee Chand, Hima Das, Srabani Nanda and Jyothi Yarraji - the Indian women’s relay team qualified for the 4x100m relay final after finishing second in Heat 1 with a timing of 44.45 seconds. India was 7th overall out of 12 teams. Nigeria, England and Australia finished first, second, and third, respectively.
Sathiyan and Sharath into the gold medal match after winning the fifth game 11-8. They take the match 3-2 and they did well to bounce back after conceding the first and third games.
Match point for Sathiyan and Sharath. And they hit this long to make it 10-5 in the decider. Lum and Luu of Australia call for a time out.
An advantage of 9-4 for the Indian duo and they are just a couple of points away from the final.
The Indian pair leads 5-2 in the decider. They now extend their lead to 7-3.
Sharath/Sathiyan take the fourth set game 1-11 to force the semifinal into the decider.
Men’s Doubles Semifinal: Sharath Kamal/Sathiyan down 1-2 after three games.
Women’s Singles Semifinal: Sreeja Akula loses to Tianwei Feng of Singapore in the Women’s Singles Semifinal 4-3 (6-11, 11-8, 11-6, 9-11, 8-11, 11-8, 10-12).


  • Ravi Dahiya is through to the final after beating Ali Asad 14-4 on points.
  • Ravi Dahiya leads 12-4 against his Pakistani opponent and is just two points away from the final.
Women’s Singles Quarterfinal (P.V. Sindhu advances to semifinal)
And that’s the match for Sindhu as she wins the third game 21-18. A tough fight from the Malaysian but Sindhu holds her nerve to come back from a game down and advance to the semifinal.
Match point for Sindhu with a down the line squash. Goh saves one match point to make it 20-18.
Goh keeps chipping away as she bags one point to make it 19-17 in favour of Sindhu.
Sindhu sends a cross-court smash to Goh’s right and the latter is unable to receive it. Sindhu leads 19-16.
A long rally ends with Sindhu spraying the shuttle into the net and now she leads 18-16, with Goh just two points away.
Sindhu sends a down the line smash to make it 18-13 in her favour. Goh, however, bounces back to make it 18-14.
Sindhu extends her lead now to 17-12 and is now just four points away from the win.
Goh cuts one back to make it 12-15 in the Malaysian’s favour.
It is going to be a close finish by the looks of it. Sindhu leads 15-11 in Game 3.
Sindhu bounces back to win the second game 21-14 and levels 1-1.
PV Sindhu is stunned by Jin Wei Goh of Malaysia 19-21 in the first game but the Indian leads 13-9 in the second.

If the deluge of live action has left you feeling a little lost, here is the complete list of Indian medallists so far to keep you up to speed.

Avinash Sable has won silver with a Personal Best and National Record of 8:11.20, just behind Abraham Kibiwot of Kenya, who finishes with 8:11.15. Amos Serem of Kenya is third with 8:16.83. This was India’s fourth athletics medal in CWG 2022 so far. Sreeshankar won a silver in long jump, Tejaswin Shankar bagged a bronze in high jump, Priyanka took silver in the Women’s 10km race walk and now Sable with the silver in 3000m steeplechase.
Sathiyan beats Walker 4-2 (11-5, 11-7, 11-5, 8-11, 10-12, 11-9) to enter the semifinal.
Sathiyan is involved in a tight contest with Sam Walker of England in the Men’s Singles quarterfinal. Sathiyan leads 3-2 (11-5, 11-7, 11-5, 8-11, 10-12) after five sets.
Sanil Shetty lost to Liam Pitchford of England 1-4 (11-9, 6-11, 8-11, 8-11, 4-11) in the Men’s Singles quarterfinal and missed out on a spot in the semis.


  • Women’s 50kg Freestyle: Pooja Gehlot currently leads 4-0 in the semifinal against Madison Parks of Canada. However, she loses eventually 6-9 on points.
  • Men’s 97kg Freestyle: Deepak Nehra loses to Nishan Randhawa of Canada 6-8 on points in the quarterfinals.
  • Women’s 76kg Freestyle: Pooja Sihag loses to Justina di Stasio 6-0 of Canada on points in the semifinal.
  • Men’s 74kg Freestyle: Naveen is through to the final and assured of at least a silver after beating Charlie Bowling of England 12-1 by technical superiority in the semis.
  • Men’s 57kg Freestyle: Ravi Kumar Dahiya beat Suraj Singh of New Zealand 10-0 by technical superiority to enter the semifinals in his weight category.
  • Men’s 74kg Freestyle: Naveen beats Hong Yeow Lou 10-0 by technical superiority in the quarterfinal and enters the semis.
  • Women’s 76kg Freestyle: Pooja Sihag is through the semifinal after beating Michelle Montague of New Zealand 5-3 on points and is through to the quarterfinal.

The Indian Women’s cricket team is off to a flying start against England in the semifinal. Follow the LIVE updates here.

Priyanka has won a historic silver in the 10km Race Walk in 43:38.00 seconds (Personal Best) while Bhawna finishes last in 47:14.13 seconds.
Priyanka moves up a spot to second after 9km while Bhawna is still last.
Priyanka is currently third after 6km into the race while Bhawna Jat is last in eighth position.


  • Sharmila is now placed fourth with 8.43m, Poonam is seventh with 7.07m while Santosh ends eighth with a best of 6.53m. No medals for India in the event.
  • Poonam slips to fifth spot but Sharmila has moved up to the third spot in the standings with a best of 8.43m.
  • Poonam Shama is currently placed third with a best throw of 7.07m
Amit Panghal beats Patrick Chinyemba of Zambia 5-0 by unanimous decision to advance to the final.
Women’s Freestyle 53kg - Nordic - Vinesh Phogat wins her second bout of the day 6-0.
Women’s Freestyle 50kg - Pooja Gehlot has won her two bouts in Group A.
Men’s Freestyle 74kg - 1/8 Final - Naveen wins 13-3 by technical superiority in the pre-quarterfinal.
Women’s Freestyle 53kg - Nordic - Vinesh Phogat beats Samantha Stewart by Fall
Nitu leads 2-0 after winning the first two rounds. She wins the bout eventually by RSC (Referee Stops Contest) in the third round and she is through to the final and assured of a silver medal.
Harmanpreet Kaur won the toss and India is going to bat first.
Sharath is through to the semifinal after winning the fourth game 11-7. He wins in straight games 4-0.
Sharath leads 3-0 after winning the third game 11-4.
Sharath seals the second game too 11-7 and goes up 2-0 and leads 7-3 in the third.
Sharath takes the first game 11-6 against the Singaporean.
Sharath Kamal takes on Yong Izaak Quek of Sinpagore and gets in the lead early 8-5.
Sreeja/Reeth sail through to the quarterfinals with a equally breezy win. They win 11-7, 11-4, 11-3.
Manika/Diya romp to the quarterfinals with a 11-5, 11-5, 11-3 win in the Round of 16.
Manika/Diya make light work of their opponents, winning the second game 11-5 and go 2-0 up.
Sreeja/Reeth win their first game 11-7 to go 1-0 up.
Manika Batra and Diya Chitale have won the first game 11-5 against Hosenally and Jalim from Mauritius.
Sreeja and Reeth begin their match against their opponents from Wales.


  • 2:00 PM Women’s doubles round of 16- Manika Batra/ Divya Chitale
  • 2:00 PM Women’s doubles round of 16- Sreeja Akula/ Reeth Tennison
  • 2:40 PM Men’s singles quarterfinals - Sharath Kamal
  • 2:50 PM Women’s F55 - 57 Shot Put Finals- Poonam Sharma, Sharmila, Santhosh

Moreover, as many as seven boxers will be assured of medals today as they will be in action in their semifinals bouts. They are assured of winning bronze but would want to make it all the way and clinch the gold.

All six Indian wrestlers in the fray on Friday won medals and nine more will be in action today from 3:00 PM IST.



4:30 PM- Men’s Fours Gold Medal match - India vs Northern Ireland


2:50 PM Women’s F55 - 57 Shot Put Finals- Poonam Sharma, Sharmila, Santhosh

3:00 PM Women’s 10km Walk Final- Bhawna Jat, Priyanka Goswami

4:20 PM Mens 3000m Steeplechase Final - Avinash Sable

4:45 PM Womens 4*100 Relay Round Heat 1- India

11:30 PM Womens Hammer Throw Finals - Manju Bala

12:40 AM (Aug 7) Mens 5000m Finals- Avinash Sable


3:00 PM Over 45kg - 48kg Semifinals- Nitu Ganghas Vs Priyanka Dhillon (Canada)

3:30 PM Over 48kg - 51 Kg Semifinals- Amit Panghal Vs Patrick Chinyemba (Zambia)

7:15 PM Over 48kg - 50kg Semifinals- Nikhat Zareen Vs Savannah Alfiya Stubley (England)

8:00 PM Over 57kg - 60kg Semifinals Jaismine Lamboria Vs Gemmah Paige Richardson (England)

11:30 PM: Over 54kg - 57kg Semifinals Mohammed Hussam Uddin vs Joseph Commey (Ghana)

12:45 AM (Aug 7) Over 63.5kg - 67kg Semifinals- Rohit Tokas Vs Stephen Zimba (Zambia)

1:30 AM (Aug 7) Over 92 Kg Semifinals- Sagar Ahlawat Vs Ifeanyi Onyekwere (Nigeria)


3:30 PM Semifinal - India vs England


10:30 PM - Men’s Semifinal - India vs South Africa


Womens Freestyle 50kg Group A- Pooja Gehlot Vs Christelle Lemofack Letchidjio (Scotland)

Mens Freestyle 1/8 Finals- Naveen Vs Ogbonna Immanuel John (Nigeria)

Womens Freestyle 50kg Group A- Pooja Gehlot Vs Rebecca Ndolo Muambo (Cameroon)

Womens Freestyle 53kg Nordic Match 3- Vinesh Phogat Vs Mercy Bolafunoluwa (Nigeria)

Womens Freestyle 76 Kg Quarterfinals- Pooja Sihag Vs Michelle Montague (New Zealand)

Mens 57kg Quarterfinals- Ravi Kumar Dahiya Vs Suraj Singh (New Zealand)

Womens Freestyle 53kg Nordic Match 2- Vinesh Phogat Vs Samantha Stewart (Canada)

Mens Freestyle 97kg Quarterfinals- Deepak Nehra Vs Nishan Randhawa (Canada)

Womens Freestyle 53 Kg Nordic Match 6- Vinesh Phogat Vs Chamodya Keshani (Sri Lanka)


5:15 PM Men’s doubles quarterfinals- Abhay Singh/Senthil Kumar

6:45 PM Mixed doubles semifinals- Dipika Pallikal/ Saurav Ghosal


2:00 PM Women’s doubles round of 16- Manika Batra/ Divya Chitale

2:00 PM Women’s doubles round of 16- Sreeja Akula/ Reeth Tennison

2:40 PM Men’s singles quarterfinals - Sharath Kamal

3:25 PM Men’s singles quarterfinals -S. Shetty

3:25 PM Men’s singles quarterfinals- Sathiyan

4:10 PM Women’s singles semifinals Sreeja Akula

4:55 PM Men’s doubles semifinals- G. Sathiyan/ Sharath Kamal

6:00 PM Mixed doubles semifinals Sharath Kamal/Sreeja Akula

10:45 PM Mens Singles Classes 3 - 5 Bronze Medal - Raj Aravindan Alagar Vs Isau Ogunkunle (NIGERIA)

12:15 AM(Aug 7) Womens Singles Classes 3 - 5 Bronze Medal Sonalben Manubhai Patel Vs Sue Bailey (ENGLAND)

1:00 AM (Aug 7) Womens Singles Classes 3 - 5 Gold Medal Bhavina Hasmukhbhai Patel Vs Ifechukwude Christiana Ikpeoyi (NIGERIA)


4:20 PM Women’s singles quarterfinals- PV Sindhu

6:00 PM Women’s singles quarterfinals Aakarshi Kashyap

10 PM Men’s singles quarterfinals- Kidambi Srikanth

10 PM Men’s singles quarterfinals- Lakshya Sen

10:50 PM Women’s doubles Quarterfinals- Treesa Jolly/ Gayatri Gopichand

11:40 PM Men’s doubles Quarterfinals- Satwik and Chirag

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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