Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 9 Highlights: 3 Golds In Wrestling, Bhavinaben Wins Gold In Para Table Tennis
CWG 2022: Vinesh Phogat won gold in the women’s 53kg category.© Twitter
Commonwealth Games 2022, Highlights of the 9th: Wrestling star Ravi Dahiya won the men’s 57kg final to take gold and soon after, Vinesh Phogat won his third consecutive gold at the Commonwealth Games. India won its third wrestling gold medal of the day as Naveen beat Pakistan’s; Muhammad Sharif Tahir in the men’s 74 kg final. Their victory came shortly after Pooja Gehlot became the first Indian wrestler to win a medal of the day as she took home a bronze medal in the women’s 50 kg class. There were two more bronze medals in wrestling as Pooja Sihag beat Naomi de Bruine of Australia in the women’s 76 kg and Deepak Nehra beat Tayab Raza of Pakistan in the men’s 97 kg. The other gold medal of the day went to table tennis star Bhavinaben Patel. The Indian men’s hockey team also beat South Africa to reach the final. Sagar Ahlawat (men’s super heavyweight) became the fourth fighter after Nikhat Zareen (women’s light flyweight), Amit Panghal (men’s flyweight) and Nitu Ganghas (women’s minweight) to qualify for the finals of the tournaments. respective category on Saturday. Athletics Jaismine Lamboriya and Hussam Uddin Mohammed lost their respective semi-finals and took home bronze. Earlier, athletics had India cheered a lot in the afternoon as Priyanka Goswami won silver in the 10,000m walking final while Avinash Sable won silver in the men’s 3000m hurdles. The Indian women’s cricket team then beat England four times to qualify for the final. Sonalben Patel also won the bronze medal in the women’s singles in table tennis, third place.
In the men’s quarterfinal gold medal match on grass, India lost to Northern Ireland and took home the silver medal.
In badminton, PV Sindhu reached the semifinals of singles. Kidambi Srikanth and Lakshya Sen also reached the men’s singles semifinals. Star table tennis players like Achanta Sharath Kamal have excelled. In squash, Dipika Pallikal and Saurav Ghosal lost the mixed doubles semi-final.
Here are the highlights from Day 9 of the ongoing Commonwealth Games, live from Birmingham
It’s a wrap from us
Another action-packed day has come to an end. Many medals in wrestling, including 3 gold medals. Bhavinaben Patel received another amount of gold for India.
The women’s cricket team also made it to the final and so did the men’s hockey team.
Pedestrian Priyanka Goswami won silver, while Avinash Sable also won silver in the 3000m downhill race
All of that and more happened today. Come back to us tomorrow for our live coverage of the penultimate day of the Commonwealth Games
Sagar Ahlawat in the final
Boxer Sagar Ahlawat reached the men’s super heavyweight final. Now there will be four boxers fighting for gold on Sunday
Gold for Bhavinaben Patel!
Winning straight games helps Bhavinaben Patel win gold!
Second game for Bhavinaben
Bhavinaben Patel won the second game comfortably and is now just one game away from glory!
Bhavinaben Patel leads
Bhavinaben Patel is leading the women’s singles final of 3rd-5th place against Ifechukwude Christiana Ikpeoyi of Nigeria
Bronze for Rohit Tokas
Rohit Tokas won bronze in the men’s welterweight division after defeating Zambia’s Stephen Zimba in the semifinals
Men’s 5000 m: Avinash Sable doesn’t finish
Avinash Sable failed to finish the men’s 5000m race. Uganda’s Jacob Kiplimo took the gold in a thrilling finish
Women’s Hammer Throw: Manju Bala finished 12th
India’s Manju Bala finished last in the women’s hammer throw final
Badminton: Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankedlydy in the semifinals
Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankosystemdy reached the semi-finals of the badminton doubles with victory in the quarer final
Bronze for Hussam Uddin Mohammed
Indian boxer wins bronze after losing men’s featherweight semi-final to Joseph Commey of Ghana
Another wrestling medal
Wrestler Pooja Sihag beat Naomi de Bruine of Australia to win bronze in women’s 76 kg class
Gold for Naveen
Wrestler Naveen beat Muhammad Sharif Tahir of Pakistan to win the men’s 74 kg gold!
Hockey: India and South Africa draw 0-0
India played better but South Africa didn’t let them score as the men’s hockey semi-final entered the break after the first half with a score of 0-0.
Badminton: Kidambi Srikanth, Lakshya Sen reach men’s singles semi-finals
Kidambi Srikanth and Lakshya Sen comfortably won the men’s singles quarterfinals to land in the semi-finals
Gold for Vinesh Phogat!
Vinesh Phogat wins third consecutive gold medal at Commonwealth Games
Gold for Ravi Dahiya!
Ravi Dahiya became the fourth Indian wrestler to win gold at the ongoing Commonwealth Games after defeating Ebikewenimo Welson of Nigeria in the men’s 57 kg final.
Wrestling: Bronze for Pooja Gehlot
Wrestler Pooja Gehlot beat Christelle Lemofack Letchidjio of Scotland to win bronze in the women’s 50 kg class
TT: Women’s doubles quarterfinals
In another women’s doubles – Quarterfinals, Sreeja Akula / Reeth Tennison of India vs Wong Xin Ru / Zhou 1-3 of Singapore
TT: Batra / Chitale lost
In the Women’s Doubles – Quarterfinals, Manika Batra / Diya Parag Chitale of India lost to Charlotte Carey / Hursey Anna of Wales 1-3
Six wrestling matches involving Indians
WRITE (9:30 onwards)
Bronze medal Pooja Gehlot (female’s 50 kg)
Ravi Kumar (57 kg men) gold
Vinesh Phogat (53 kg women) nordic finals
Naveen’s Gold (74 kg men)
Bronze medal for Pooja Sihag (women’s 76 kg)
Bronze medal Deepak Nehra (97 kg men)
Three TT medal matches coming up
TENNIS TABLE PARA
Men’s Singles 3rd – 5th: Bronze medal match: Raj Aravindan Alagar- 10:45pm
Women’s Singles 3rd – 5th Bronze medal match: Sonalben Patel- 12:15 am
Women’s Singles 3rd – 5th Gold Medal Match: Bahvina Patel – 1am
Two more semi-finals in boxing
Men’s Welterweight (63.5kg-67kg): Rohit Tokas- 12:45pm
Super Heavy (over 92kg): Sagar 1:30am
Athletics – Two Indians Finalist (It’s Time)
ATHLETICS AND PARA ATHLETICS:
Women’s Hammer Throw Final: Manju Bala- 11:30pm
Men’s 5000 m final: Avinash Sable – 12:40 am
Lots of medal matches coming up
Indians will participate in medal rounds in several disciplines
Boxing: Jaismine wins bronze
Boxer Jaismine Lamboriya lost to Gemma Paige of England in the women’s lightweight semi-final, winning bronze
Boxing: Jaismine still slides
Even after the second round, Jaismine was still ruled against by three judges. She needs to be aggressive within 3
Boxing: The Jasmine Trail
The Indian boxer has some shots and is trailing the first round by split decision
Boxing: Jaismine’s Fight Begins
The women’s lightweight semi-final between India’s Jaismine Lamboriya and England’s Gemma Paige begins
Boxing: Jaismine’s Final Begins
In the women’s lightweight semi-final, India’s Jaismine Lamboriya faced England’s Gemma Paige
Boxing: Nikhat Zareen in the final
Boxer Nikhat Zareen defeats Savannah Alfia Stubley of England in the women’s lightweight flyweight semifinal, securing the silver medal
Squash: Dipika Pallikal and Saurav Ghosal lost in the semifinals
CWG: Saurav Ghosal and Dipika Pallikal of India lose to Paul Coll and Coelle King of New Zealand in mixed doubles semi-finals
Boxing: Nikhat is dominating here
She also won the second round! If the British boxer doesn’t come up with anything spectacular, Nikhat is on his way to the final
Table tennis: Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula in the final!
CWG 2022: Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula of India reach the finals of TT mixed doubles, guaranteed at least silver. They beat Australia’s Nicholas Lum and Jee Minhyung in five semi-finals
Boxing: Nikhat wins the first round
The Indian boxer, fighting from the green corner, won the first round by a unanimous decision
Boxing: Zareen in action
In the women’s lightweight flyweight, India’s Nikhat Zareen will face England’s Savannah Alfia Stubley in the semi-finals.
Badminton: Kashyap lost
In Women’s Singles – Quarterfinals, Aakarshi Kashyap of India lost to Kirsty Gilmour of Scotland
Cricket: History made
The Indian cricket team led by Harmanpreet Kaur beat England by 4 rounds to win a place in the final. Now they are certain of at least one silver medal
Squash: Men’s doubles lose
In Men’s Doubles – Quarterfinals, Velavan Senthilkumar / Abhay Singh of India lost to NG Eain Yow / Yuen Chee Wern of Malaysia
TT: Akula to compete for single bronze
India’s Sreeja Akula lost to Singapore’s Tianwei Feng in TT women’s singles semi-final, to compete for bronze
TT: India Men’s Doubles Final
India’s Sharath Kamal and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran reach the TT men’s doubles final, guaranteed at least silver after beating Nicholas Lum and Luu Finn of Australia
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