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Commonwealth Games 2018: Squash Women's Doubles Final, India's Joshna Chinappa, Dipika Pallikal Karthik fighting for gold, Live Updates

The action commences at 7:30 am at the Oxenford Studios, Show Court
Updated: 15 April 2018 08:13 IST - Published: 15 April 2018 00:58 IST
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This is it for now. Hope to see you soon
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Game and Match to New Zealand
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11-8 to New Zealand
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10-7 to New Zealand, just one more point needed 
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New Zealand back into the lead 9-7. They are 2 points away from victory
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India 6-6 New Zealand. Great fight back from Chinappa and Pallikal
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The crowd getting behind the Indians
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New Zealand leading India by 6 to 3
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New Zealand still in a 2 point lead, 4-2
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2-0 now
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1-0 to New Zealand in Game 2
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11-9. Game 1 to New Zealand
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10-9! Great comeback by the Indian Women
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10 points to New Zealand, need 1 more to win
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India make it 7-9, winning three points in a row
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9-4 to New Zealand
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7-3 to New Zeland now
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New Zealand racing into a lead. 5-3
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3 all now!
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A great rally but a 'let' stops the play, still 2-2
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India 2-2 New Zealand
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Chinappa dinks a great volley as the ball drops close to the wall 2-1
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India 1-1 New Zealand
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India to serve
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The match is underway!
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Hello all! The match is about to begin! Stick around for Live Updates!
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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's live coverage of the Squash Women's Doubles Gold Medal Match between Joshna Chinappa, Dipika Pallikal Karthik of India & Joelle King/Amanda Landers-Murphy of New Zealand.
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Next up is the Squash Women's Doubles Gold Medal Match:

Joshna Chinappa/Dipika Pallikal Karthik (IND) vs Joelle King/Amanda Landers-Murphy (NZL)


The Final Day of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018 is here. India has already surpassed last edition's medal tally and will now hope to finish on a high. Many more medals are expected to come today.

The Final Day of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games brings to us the gold and bronze medal matches of all the racquet sports. Badminton, table tennis, and squash are the three sports in which India will be represented throughout the Day.

India has had a great tournament so far, passing their Gold tally of Glasgow Games. Boxing, Shooting, and Wrestling have been the main events in which India has secured medals with Badminton and Table Tennis not far behind.