Commonwealth Games 2018 has now entered its seventh day and India is shining at Gold Coast, Australia. India will look to increase its medal tally on the 7th day of the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast with several big stars in action for the country. First up, it will be the 2o12 London Olympic Bronze medal winning boxer Mary Kom who will compete in the first semifinal against Sri Lanka’s Anusha Koddithuwakku. In shooting, gold-medal winner Indian Jitu Rai will be in action along with Om Mitharval in Men’s 50m pistol.
Here are the Live updates of Commonwealth Games 2018, Day 7:
The action moves to the mat tomorrow, with Indian wrestlers looking to add a few medals to the tally.
Sathiyan Gnanasekaran also advances to the round of 16 after beating Paksitan’s Muhammad Rameez in the men’s table tennis singles event.
In squash, Joshna Chinappa and Pal Sandhu Harinder won 2-0 against Scotland in the mixed doubles poll H match.
In badminton, Pranaav Chopra and Sikki N Reddy won 2-0 aagainst Fiji in the mixed doubles round of 32.
Brandon Starc, the brother of Australia cricketer Mitchell Starc, wins the gold medal in men’s high jump.
Hima Das finishes sixth in the women’s 400m final but has a personal best of 51.32 seconds.
India win 4-3 against England in hockey with a last-minute goal to finish on top of Group B. They will now avoid Australia in the semifinal.
Boxer Manish Kaushik entered the semi-finals in the men’s 60 kilogram category
India’s star duo of Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa advanced to the quarter-finals of squash women’s doubles, outclassing Malta’s Dianne Kellas and Colette Sultana 2-0 in their final Pool game
India’s Madhurika Patkar and Mouma Das advanced to round of 16 after winning both their respective singles matches
Boxer Manish Kaushik won his quarterfinal bout againt England’s Calum French in a unanimous verdict of 5-0.
Shuttler H S Prannoy takes the second game and the match against t Mauritius shuttler Christopher Jean Paul in the men’s singles round of 32.
Shuttler H S Prannoy is leading in the second game 6-2 after winning the first 21-14 against Mauritius shuttler Christopher Jean Paul in the men’s singles
India’s veteran paddler Mouma Das is leading 3-0 against Mauritius paddler Elodie Ho Wan Kau in the women’s table tennis round of 32. She won the first three games: 11-6, 11-1 and 11-8.
India’s Madhurika Patkar won against Trinidada and Tobago’s Rheann Chung in women’s table tennis singles the round of 32.
Indian boxer Pinki Rani lost to Enligh boxer Lisa Whiteside in the women’s 51kg quarterfinal after a split decision.
Ruthvika Gadde defeated Ghana’s Grace Atipaka 21-5, 21-7 to reach the next round. She disposed off her opponent in just 18 minutes.
PV Sindhu beats Fiji’s Andra Whiteside 21-6, 21-3 win in just 18 minutes.
Indian badminton player PV Sindhu is in action.
Kidambi Srikanth defeats Mauritius’ Aatish Lubah 21-13, 21-10 to enter the next round.
Indian badminton star Kidambi Srikanth is in action.
Saina Nehwal has beaten her first opponent in the single’s round, South Africa’s Elsie de Villiers by 21-3, 21-1
Ankur Mittal wins a bronze medal for India. He finished third in the men’s double trap event while another Indian Mohammad Ashab finished fourth.
Breaking News: India’s Shreyasi Singh takes GOLD in the women’s double trap finals. She beat Australia’s Emma Cox in the shootout.
Indian boxer Gaurav Solanki confirms India yet another medal after beating PNG’s Charles Keama in Men’s 52kg quarter-finals
Meanwhile, in Squash, Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa beat the Welsh pair of Evans and Saffery 2-1 in the Women’s Doubles Pool C match
Indian boxer Sarita Devi loses her quarterfinal bout against Australia’s Anja Stridsman.
Breaking News: Indian shooter Om Mitharval wins the bronze medal in men’s 50m Pistol event. This is his second medal of the Games. He had earlier won a bronze in the 10m air pistol event. Jitu Rai, the defending champion of this event, finished eighth.
Indian boxer Mary Kom has advanced to the final of women’s 48kg category after winning her semi-final bout against Sri Lanka’s Anusha. Mary Kom will fight for gold, her first ever Commonwealth Games medal.
Indian shooters Om Mitharval and Jitu Rai have both qualified to reach the final of the 50m pistol event. Mitharval stood in the top position in the qualifying round with a total of 549 points while Jitu Rai scored a total of 542 points to stand in the 6th position in the qualifying round.