Full Schedule of CWG 2022, India Day 11 Complete List of Events and Updated Timings for August 8

Full CWG 2022 India Day 11 Schedule August 8: The most recent list of events is available here. On the ninth day of the current Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham, an Indian contingent will compete.

The Commonwealth Games 2022 have come to an end. With five gold medals up for grabs for the Indian contingent on the last day of the games, India might move up to fourth place in the medals total, surpassing New Zealand. The big ticket events remain, with the Badminton men’s, women’s, and men’s doubles finals featuring top seeds PV Sindhu and Lakshya Sen, as well as the second seed combo of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Chetty.

Sharath Kamal Achanta, India’s table tennis legend, will compete for his third medal at the games when he takes on Liam Pitchford of England in men’s table tennis singles for the gold medal. Sathiyan Gnansekaran will compete for bronze.

As if that wasn’t enough, the Indian hockey men’s team will face, you guessed it, the heavy favourites Australia in the final, and while India is guaranteed a medal, nothing less than a yellow medal would suffice for the Indian contingent, who has been in fantastic form throughout the campaign.

Following is India’s schedule at the Commonwealth Games on Sunday.

All timings in IST

BADMINTON:

  • 1:20 pm – Women’s singles gold medal match: PV Sindhu
  • 2:10 pm – Men’s singles gold medal match: Lakshya Sen
  • 3:00 pm – Men’s doubles gold medal match: Satwik Sairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty

HOCKEY:

  • 5:00 pm – Men’s Gold Medal Match: India vs Australia

TABLE TENNIS

  • 3:35 pm – Men’s Singles Bronze Medal Match: G Sathiyan
  • 4:25 pm – Men’s Singles Gold Medal Match: Achanta Sharath Kamal

CWG 2022 Day 10 Wrap

Nikhat Zareen (50kg) added a Commonwealth Games light flyweight (50kg) championship to her burgeoning trophy cabinet on Sunday, while Amit Panghal (51kg) began his redemption quest with a much-needed gold-winning performance.

Saurav Ghosal and Dipika Pallikal won bronze in mixed doubles, giving India its second medal in squash at the Commonwealth Games on Sunday.

In a rematch of last year’s final, Ghosal and Pallikal won the bronze medal play-off 11-8 11-4 over the Australian combination of Donna Lobban and Cameron Pilley.

Kidambi Srikanth, the world championships silver medalist, and Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand, the young women’s doubles duo, signed off with bronze medals in the Commonwealth Games badminton competition here on Sunday.

Achanta Sharath Kamal, an Indian table tennis icon, battled age to win the mixed doubles gold medal at the Commonwealth Games here on Sunday.

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