Commonwealth Games 2022 Day 9 Live Results Updates: Sharath Kamal and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran enter men’s doubles table tennis final


































August 06, 18:27 (IST)

Sharath Kamal and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran competed in the men’s table tennis doubles final at the 2022 Commonwealth Games on Saturday.



















August 06, 18:23 (IST)

PV Sindhu continued her fine form as she entered the semi-finals of the women’s badminton event at the Commonwealth Games 2022 on Saturday August 6. Sindhu beat Malaysia’s Jin Wei Goh 19-21, 21-14, 21-18 to enter the last four.



















August 06, 17:35 (IST)

Smriti Mandhana hit a formidable 61 that helped India post 164/5 against England in the women’s cricket semi-final at the 2022 Commonwealth Games on Saturday August 6. India comes to the score.



















August 06, 17:31 (IST)

Ravi Kumar Dahiya confirmed another medal for India by beating Pakistan’s Asad Ali to enter the men’s 57kg wrestling final. He became the second wrestler from India on Saturday to confirm a podium finish.



















August 06, 17:19 (IST)

Naveen secured another wrestling medal for India by competing in the men’s 74kg freestyle final at the 2022 Commonwealth Games on Saturday, August 6. He beat England’s Charlie Bowling to reach the bottom two.



















August 06, 17:05 (IST)

The Indian team consisting of Dutee Chand, Hima Das, Srabani Nanada and Jyothi Yarraji qualified for the women’s 4 x 100m relay final. They finished with a time of 44.45.



















August 06, 16:39 (IST)

Avinash Sable continued India’s sensational start in athletics on Day 9 by winning a silver medal in the men’s 3000m steeplechase event.



















August 06, 16:32 (IST)

Naveen and Pooja Sihag won their respective wrestling events to advance to the 2022 Commonwealth Games semi-finals on Saturday August 6. While Naveen beat Singapore’s Hong Yeow Lou, Sihag got the better of New Zealand’s Michelle Montague.



















August 06, 16:17 (IST)

Vinesh Phogat kicked off her 2022 Commonwealth Games campaign with victory over Mercy Bolafunoluwa in the women’s 53kg wrestling event. The wrestlers have done well for India so far in Birmingham this year.



















August 06, 16:01 (IST)

Priyanka Goswami produced a sensational display in the Race Walk final by winning a silver medal. It was India’s 27th medal at the 2022 Commonwealth Games Championship.

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As the 2022 Commonwealth Games enter their ninth day, India will be aiming to add to their medal tally. They are currently fifth in the team standings with 26 medals including nine gold, most in weightlifting and wrestling. So, as Indian athletes prepare for action on August 06, 2022, we bring you all the results, key highlights and medals won from day nine of the CWG 2022. List of 2022 Commonwealth Games Indian Medal Winners.

Day eight of the 2022 Commonwealth Games saw wrestlers in action and they showed their dominance, winning six medals in the process. Sakshi Malik, Bajrang Punia and Deepak Punia won gold while Anshu Mali picked up silver. Additionally, Mohit Grewal, Divya Kakran won bronze in their respective categories.

Day 9 will see several Indian athletes return to action as they aim to win medals or one step closer to a podium. The men’s bowls team has a chance to make history when they face Northern Ireland in the men’s four-four gold medal game. The cricket team will also be looking to confirm a medal as they take on hosts England.

The likes of Avinash Sable, Manju Bala will all be competing for medals in their respective athletics event. The remaining wrestlers will also be in action as they seek to maintain India’s dominance in the sport and in the medal count.

Additionally, the country’s star commuters such as PV Sindhu, Lakshya Sen, Kisambi Srikant, boxers Nikhat Zraeen, Amit Panghal and table tennis stalwarts Sharath Kamal, Manika Batra and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran will all be in action.

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