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Asian Games 2018, Table Tennis, Men's Team, Group D, Day 9: India vs Vietnam, Latest Updates & Results

By Sportskeeda Desk | Last ModifiedAug 27, 2018 16:13 IST

Indian team won 3-0 over Macau in the Group D clash. They are in action against Vietnam now!

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16:13 (IST)27 AUG 2018

It has been a dominant 3-0 win over Vietnam from the Indian male Indian paddlers as they finish the group stage placed second to Chinese Taipei. 
Final score.

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And HR Desai puts the final nail in the coffin wrapping up the match for India in style.
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Time for Match 3

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One more win needed

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Achanta SK wins without dropping a single game
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15:35 (IST)27 AUG 2018

Achanta SK wins without dropping a single game
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It’s building upto be an intense battle. Nervy moments for both the players.

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Time for Match 2

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Sathiyan wins 3-2

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The first RUBBER is a cracker!

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STAY TUNED TO FOLLOW ALL THE LIVE UPDATES OF INDIA VS VIETNAM!

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Meanwhile, take a look at the Asian Games 2018 medal tally right here.

11:33 (IST)27 AUG 2018

That's all from the table tennis action for now as India win comfortably over Macau with a strong performance.

THE NEXT ENCOUNTER IS: INDIA VS VIETNAM.

THE MEN'S TEAM WILL BE BACK IN ACTION AT 2:30 PM IST. SO STAY TUNED

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Manav Thakkar won 11-5 11-4 11-4 in the third match

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India's Manav Thakkar has won the third match in straight sets and with this win, India win the tie 3-0 over Macau.

11:12 (IST)27 AUG 2018

The third encounter between Manav Thakkar and Tin Ian Mak will get underway shortly.

11:11 (IST)27 AUG 2018

Harmeet Desai won 11-4 11-8 8-11 11-3 to make it 2-0 overall for India

11:10 (IST)27 AUG 2018

India have taken a 2-0 lead over Macau as Harmeet Desai wins against Zikang Xiao in four sets.

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The second match is underway as Harmeet Desai takes on Zikang Xiao.

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Anthony Amalraj won the match with a 11-7 11-3 11-4 score.

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Stats from Anthony Amalraj's win over Chun Wang in Match 1.

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The first match of the clash has been won by Anthony Amalraj as India take a 1-0 lead in the Group D encounter.


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The first match is about to start as Anthony Amalraj takes on Chun Wang from Macau.

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The order of play in the clash is as follows:

Match 1 - Anthony Amalraj vs Chun Wang
Match 2 - Harmeet Desai vs Zikang Xiao
Match 3 - Manav Thakkar vs Tin Ian Mak
Match 4 - Harmeet Desai vs Chu Wang
Match 5 - Anthony Amalraj vs Zikang Xiao

10:10 (IST)27 AUG 2018

Hello and welcome to the live coverage of the Table Tennis action from Day 9 of the Asian Games as the Men's team are in action in their Group D encounter against Macau.

09:49 (IST)27 AUG 2018

Hello and welcome to our coverage of the Asian Games, and here' we shall keep you updated about India's table tennis action for the day. The Indian men's table tennis team will be in action today, as they take on the likes of Macau and Vietnam in their group D encounters.

India have had a fruitful day on the track yesterday, yielding as many as three silver medals from various events. The 400m run turned out to be a successful event for India, as youngster Hima Das notched up a silver in the women's event, while Muhammad Anas Yahiya clinched the same in the Men's event.

The star of the track, however, was Dutee Chand, who grabbed another silver in the Women's 100m sprint, in a photo finish that saw her miss the gold medal by 0.02 seconds.

Star Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal created history as she became the first Wommen's Singles player to secure at least a bronze medal for India at the Asian Games after she made it to the semifinals. PV Sindhu also made it to the semifinals of the same category, ensuring the second medal for India in badminton.

Meanwhile, India also won a few surprising medals -- two silvers in Equestrian and two bronze in Bridge.
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