Indian athletes have been performing well so far in this year’s Commonwealth Games in England. Until the end of Day 9, India managed to bag 40 medals (13 gold, 11 silver, and 16 bronze) across various events. Even, on the ninth day itself, India grabbed a whopping 14 medals (4 gold, 3 silver, 7 bronze).
Hence, Indian fans were hoping for more glory on Day 10 of the Commonwealth Games 2022. Meanwhile, Indian fans did not get disappointed as the Indian women’s hockey team secured the bronze medal by defeating New Zealand. Boxer Nitu Ghanghas and Amit Panghal won gold medals in their respective categories.
Along with these results, Eldhose Paul, Abdullah Aboobacker, Sandeep Kumar, and Annu Rani won medals in athletics. Meanwhile, in Badminton, PV Sindhu and Lakshya Sen qualified for the finals. Hence, India has now bagged a total number of 47 medals (16 gold, 12 silver, 19 bronze) with more matches to go on Day 10.
However, the men’s doubles pair of Chirag Shetty and Satwik Sairaj Rankireddy assured another medal in badminton. But, Kidambi Srikanth suffered a Semi-final loss. The pair of Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand also lost in the Semi-finals on Day 10.
Here is the full schedule for Indian Athletes on Day 11 of the Commonwealth Games 2022:
Badminton (12:30 – 18:45 PM IST)
Men’s Singles Gold Medal Match, Women’s Singles Gold Medal Match, Men’s Doubles Gold Medal Match, Women’s Doubles Gold Medal Match, and Mixed Doubles Gold Medal Match.
Hockey (17:00 – 19:30 PM IST)
The Indian men’s team will look to win their historic first-ever medal in the Commonwealth Games.
Table Tennis and Para Table Tennis (14:00 – 17:45 PM IST)
Women’s Doubles Bronze Medal Match, Women’s Doubles Gold Medal Match, Men’s Singles Bronze Medal Match, and Men’s Singles Gold Medal Match.
Aquatics – Diving (14:30 – 17:30 PM IST)
Mixed Synchronised 3m Springboard Final, and Mixed Synchronised 10m Platform Final.
Squash (16:30 – 19:00 PM IST)
Women’s Doubles Bronze medal, Women’s Doubles Plate Final, Women’s Doubles Gold medal, Men’s Doubles Plate Final, Men’s Doubles Bronze medal, and Men’s Doubles Gold medal.