Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2018: One more gold for India Manika Batra leads India to historic women table tennis gold

Table Tennis player Manika Batra won the gold medal while lighting the name of India in the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, by defeating 4-time champion Singapore 3-1 to win the gold medal, winning a historic victory.

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World No. 58 player Batra made the world’s number four player and Olympic champion Feng Tianwei 3-2 to win the biggest score of his career.Earlier, she won a sensational victory by defeating 100th ranked player Yihan Zhou by 3-0.

 

Manika says that I have played the finest table tennis easily in my life, and learned a lot. Along with that, she said, it was big in all the mistakes before the final, since the 2002 Commonwealth Games, the Singapore women’s team had never lost in the competition. This is the first time since 2002 when Singapore has suffered defeat.

Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2018: India Women’s Table Tennis Team Wins Maiden Gold

Team India defeated Singapore in the table tennis, Gold Coast’s Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2018, defeating Singapore in the table tennis, winning a historic victory, another gold medal for India. Earlier, India had defeated England 3-0 to reach the Women’s Team Finals for the second time.

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With this win, women again once again honoured India, the Indian women’s section has performed a lot in all competitions of the Commonwealth Games this time, although last time the Glasgow edition of 2014, women’s table tennis players had to return empty-handed. But this time, while replacing that defeat, Manika Batra won the stunning victory and won the gold medal in her name.

Manika Batra emerged as the hero of India’s historic victory, and the experienced pair of Madhurika Patkar and Mouma Das also won the crucial duet title against Zhuo 3-1 (11-7, 11-6, 8-11, 11-7) Won played the supporting role of perfection.

In the inaugural singles, Manika Batra defeated Feng 3-2 (11-8 8-11, 7-11, 11-9, 11-7) in the opening singles, before that Mengyu defeated Patkar in a straight game and scored Equal for Singapore.

 

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