Indian table tennis player Manika Batra claimed gold in women's singles beating Yu Mengyu of Singapore at the 2018 Commonwealth Games here on Friday. She dished out a clinical performance to win the contest 4-0 against Singapore's Mengyu Yu and become the first Indian woman to win gold in the women's singles event at the Commonwealth Games.
Adding to what has so far been a brilliant day for India at the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast with as much as 7 gold medals in a day, Manika Batra gave India its first TT gold of the day.
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The 22-year-old Delhi girl thumped her opponent 11-7, 11-6, 11-2, 11-7.
Earlier in the day, Batra showed her crucial victory against World No. 4 Feng Tianwei in the team final was no fluke as the Indian edged out the Singaporean 4-3 in the women's singles semifinals. Sumit Malik in the men's 125kg and Vinesh Phogat in the women's 50kg category won gold medals respectively. Divya Kakran also got home a Bronze medal for India in Wrestling defeating Sherin Sultana of Bangladesh.
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A Silver nonetheless was a remarkable result for the Indian team which could not make the final in the past four Games. In the bronze medal play-off, the Malaysian duo Ying Ho and Karen Lyne emeged victorious against India's Sutirtha Mukherjee and Pooja Sahasrabudhe 15-13, 11-7, 8-11, 11-7.
Earlier, Amit Panghal won silver medal after losing to England's Galal Yafai in men's 46-49kg final.
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Ashwini and N Sikki Reddy comfortably thrashed the Sri Lankan pair of Hasini Ambalangodage and Madushika Dilrukshi Beruwelage 21-11, 21-13. Dipika then joined Joshna to enter the women's doubles semi-finals after a 2-1 (7-11, 11-5, 11-9) win over Canada's Samantha Cornett and Nikki Todd.