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Monday 1 August 2022

Commonwealth Games 2022, Badminton: India Thrash Pakistan 5-0 In Opener

Commonwealth Games 2022, Badminton India Thrash Pakistan 5- 0 In Nature 


The gulf in class was apparent as the Pakistanis plodded to match the high norms set by the Indians. 

India's fancied shuttlers did not break a sweat on way to completing a 5- 0 reach of Pakistan in their badminton crusade nature at the 22nd Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on Friday.( CWG Full Coverage| Badminton News) 

 India bagged 61 medals in CWG 2022

The Commonwealth Games started from July 28
Many players have created history for India

 The Commonwealth 2022, which started from July 28 in Birmingham, England, has concluded today on Monday.  These games have been very special for India.  This time, many players have performed well and played the dunka of India.  The whole country has raised the passion of the players during these games.  The Games started with weightlifter Mirambai Chanu's gold and ended with a silver medal in hockey.

India's number 4 position in the points table
 India participated in this Commonwealth Games for the 18th time.  104 men and 103 women participated in it from the country.  These players have been successful in winning 61 medals.  A whopping 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze medals have been won.  Men have made the country proud by winning 35 medals and women 26.  India has got the 4th position in the points table after Australia, England and Canada.

Received loan ball medals for the first time
 India has won the most medals in wrestling with 12 including 6 gold, 1 silver and 5 bronze medals.  For the first time in the country, there has been success in winning medals in Lone Ball Games (one gold, one silver).  On the other hand, the players in athletics and badminton have given their best performances of the season.

 How many medals were won in which sport?
 India has won 10 medals in weightlifting, 7 in table tennis, 7 in boxing, 6 in badminton, 8 medals in athletics, 2 medals in floorball and 1 medal in para lifting while 3 medals in judo, 2 medals in hockey, 1 medal in cricket and 2 medals in squash.

India won 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze medals in the CWG

Men won 35 medals and women 26

India won the most 12 medals in wrestling

Won one gold, one silver in loan ball for the first time

Best performance in athletics, badminton

Won 10 medals in weightlifting, 7 in table tennis, 7 in boxing

Won 6 medals in Badminton, 8 in Athletics

Won two medals in Loneball and one in Para Lifting

Won three medals in Judo, two in Hockey, one in Cricket and two in Squash

 India won 66 medals in Gold Coast last time

 There were 16 medals in shooting then which was not part of the Games this time

 Gujarati climbs in Commonwealth Games
 The Indian team won gold in table tennis by defeating Singapore.  Harmeet Desai from Surat was also included in the men's table tennis team.  Harmeet's performance in the game has been superb.  Bhavina Patel, the daughter of Gujarat, has made the state and the country proud.  Bhavinaben won a gold medal in para table tennis at the Commonwealth Games.  Indian player won gold medal in para table tennis by defeating Nigerian player 3-0 in the final.Gujarat's Sonal Patel also won bronze medal in para table tennis at Commonwealth Games 2022.  He won the bronze medal match 3-5.

The brace of B Sumeeth Reddy and Machimanda Ponnappa started the proceedings with a comfortable 21- 9 21- 12 palm over Muhammad Irfan Saeed Bhatti and Ghazala Siddique in their mixed doubles clash at the National Exhibition Centre. 

After the Pakistan brace appeared to put up a fight in the alternate game, Reddy finished the match with a down- the- line smash, and also, Kidambi Srikanth picked up from where his mixed doubles associates left, fluently getting the better of Murad Ali 21- 7 21- 12 in the men's mates match. 


The gulf in class was apparent as the Pakistanis plodded to match the high norms set by the Indians. 

also, it was the turn of double Olympic quarterfinalist P V Sindhu to snare a dominant palm over Mahoor Shahzad in women's mates. The champion Indian shuttler won 21- 7 21- 6. 


In the fourth match, which was the men's doubles contest, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty got the well of Murad Ali and Muhammad Irfan Saeed Bhatti. 

Unlike in the first three matches, Pakistan tried to take the fight to the Indians but soon, the brace of Rankireddy and Chirag set up their comportments and surfaced 21- 12 21- 9 winners. 


In the finish women's double match, India's Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand crushed Mahoor Shahzad and Ghazala Siddique 21- 4, 21- 5 to finished the rout on a dominant note.

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