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Commonwealth Games 2018: Squash Men's Doubles Pool F, Vikram Malhotra and Ramit Tandon carry India's hopes, Live Updates

By Sportskeeda Desk | Last ModifiedApr 11, 2018 07:28 IST

Vikram Malhotra and Ramit Tandon are all set to get their campaign underway.


07:28 (IST)11 APR 2018

46 mins into the match, India sails into the next round with a well deserved win over the Wales pair by outplaying them with a (11-7,8-11,11-10) win!

07:27 (IST)11 APR 2018

And the Wales duo equal it with a 10 all

07:26 (IST)11 APR 2018

The Wales duo are closing in. Score reads 10-9 in the Indian's favour. 

07:23 (IST)11 APR 2018

India stands on match point. Score reads 10-3!

07:22 (IST)11 APR 2018

Malhotra-Tandon are on fire, leading the way with an 8-2

07:19 (IST)11 APR 2018

India has got off to a flying start in the 3rd game with a 5-2 lead

07:17 (IST)11 APR 2018

India leads swiftly with a 4-2

07:15 (IST)11 APR 2018

4 mins into the 3rd game, India leads 3-1

07:13 (IST)11 APR 2018

Into the 3rd game, the first point goes to Malhotra-Tandon

07:10 (IST)11 APR 2018

Lo and behold, the Wales duo outclasses the Indian pair(11-8) and we are in the third game now. 

07:09 (IST)11 APR 2018

India is in trouble if it cannot quickly close the gap. They'll head to a deciding third game. 

07:08 (IST)11 APR 2018

Creed-Makin stand at game point. 10-8, it is.

07:06 (IST)11 APR 2018

And in no time, they equal it. It's 8 all now!

07:05 (IST)11 APR 2018

They breathe close on the neck's of the Wales duo. Score is at 8-7

07:05 (IST)11 APR 2018

Malhotra-Tandon are looking to cover up the 8-6 point lead 

07:03 (IST)11 APR 2018

The pair from Wales race ahead with a 6-5 lead

07:00 (IST)11 APR 2018

Creed-Makin lead with a 4-3 over the Indian duo

06:56 (IST)11 APR 2018

The match just intensified with the pairs progressing neck-to-neck. 2-2, is the score. 

06:55 (IST)11 APR 2018

Malhotra-Tandon equals them. Score stands at 1-1

06:54 (IST)11 APR 2018

Creed-Makin get the first point of the 2nd game

06:53 (IST)11 APR 2018

We are underway with the 2nd game now

06:51 (IST)11 APR 2018

And here we are, the Indian duo wraps up the 1st game in no time with a 11-7 in just 13 minutes

06:50 (IST)11 APR 2018

Malhotra and Tandon are a point away from clinching the game. Score is 10-7

06:48 (IST)11 APR 2018

11 minutes into the game, the score stands at India leading with a 9 over the Wales pair who chipped in 6 points

06:45 (IST)11 APR 2018

Malhotra-Tandon manages to sail smoothly and stands with an 8-3 lead

06:44 (IST)11 APR 2018

Creed-Makin are closing in with a 3-5 score 

06:43 (IST)11 APR 2018

India breezes ahead with a 5-2 lead

06:41 (IST)11 APR 2018

Creed-Makin get in their first point of the game. Lags behind India at 4-1

06:40 (IST)11 APR 2018

The Indian duo get off to a fiery start with a 3-0 lead over the pair from Wales

06:39 (IST)11 APR 2018

India leads with a 2-0 lead in the 1st game 

06:37 (IST)11 APR 2018

Australian Russell Weatherburn is umpiring for the match. 

06:32 (IST)11 APR 2018

Peter Creed and Joel Makin from Wales will go up against Vikram Malhotra and Rohit Tandon of India!

06:32 (IST)11 APR 2018

We are about to start with the Men's Doubles Pool F match soon

01:39 (IST)11 APR 2018

Vikram Malhotra and Ramit Tandon get their Men’s Doubles Squash campaign at the Commonwealth Games underway, as they face Peter Creed and Joel Makin of Wales.

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