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Commonwealth Games 2018: Table Tennis Men's Doubles Round of 32, Achanta Sharath Kamal, Sathiyan Gyanasekaran carry India's hopes, Live Updates

The action is scheduled to start soon at the Oxenford Studios
Updated: 11 April 2018 08:46 IST - Published: 11 April 2018 01:06 IST
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India outplays the Guyanese and wins the match. ( 11-6,11-5,11-7)
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India wheezes off to a 9-6 lead!
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They continue neck to neck. Scorecard reads 5 all. 
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The Guyanese equal India and stand at 3 all
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India leads the 3rd game. It's 3-0 on the scoreboard. 
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We are headed to the 3rd game now!
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India clinches the 2nd game swiftly with a 11-5 win!
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India races to a 6-2 lead!
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The Indians and the Guyanese are at 2 points all in the 2nd game
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We are into the 2nd game!
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India seal the first game with panache. (11-6)
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Shetty and Desai move to 9-3!
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The Indian duo sail past and lead 4-3
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India tails at 1-2
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Guyana has taken the lead with the first point of the game 
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The first game has begun!
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Umpiring the match will be Aussies Zark Roksandic and John McMullan!
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Harmeet Desai and Sanil Shetty are going up against Guyana's Shemar Britton and Christopher Franklin!
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We are about to begin with another Men's Doubles match! 
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And lo and behold, India steals all the thunder and takes home the match. ( 11-2,11-5,11-6)
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And we are nearing the match point, with India at 10-6
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India masters their way out and races to an 8-6 lead
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The Indians and Kiribati players are tied at 5 all now

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India comes back into the game and powers on 3-2, taking the lead

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The Kiribati players lead the 3rd game with 2-0
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We are headed to the third game now!
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The Indian pair clinch the 2nd game too with a brilliant 11-5 win
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The veteran duo are clearly outplaying the players from Kiribati. The score reads 9-3
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Sharath and Gnanasekaran wheeze off to a 5-3 lead
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The score is 1 all in the 2nd game now
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We are now in the 2nd game of the match
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The Indian pair does not waste time before sealing off the first game in a jiffy with an 11-2!
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Sharath and Gnanasekaran are leading the way with 6-2 on the scoreboard
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The Indian duo have set sail with a 2-0 lead
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Umpiring the match will be Aussies Averil Roberts and Kameron Chan!
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Veteran players Achanta Sharath Kamal and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran of India will clash against Miita Tauramoa/Takooa Nooa of Kiribati!
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Good morning all of you! We are about to start the Men's Doubles match soon!
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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's live coverage of Table Tennis Men's Doubles Round of 32. Stay tuned for updates!
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As Day 7 of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games begins, India will be looking to continue what has been a good run in the competition so far. Next event is Table Tennis Men's Doubles Round of 32.
 
Representing India in this event are Achanta Sharath Kamal/Sathiyan Gyanasekaran & Harmeet Desai/Sanil Shankar Shetty. The following is the fixture:
 
1. Achanta Sharath Kamal/Sathiyan Gyanasekaran of India vs Miita Tauramoa/Takooa Nooa of Kiribati on TT Table 3 scheduled to start at 7:55 am
 
2. Harmeet Desai/Sanil Shankar Shetty of India vs Britton Shemar/Franklin Christopher of Guyana on TT Table 6 to start at 8:30 am

  
Day 6 did not bring too many medals for India. However, it did bring progression as many Indian athletes find themselves in potential medal positions. 
  
India's Gagan Narang & Chain Singh qualified for the finals of the 50m Rifle Prone Men's Qualification. However, they couldn't win any medals in the Finals of the event. Annu Singh and Heena Sidhu followed suit and reached the Finals of Women's 25m Pistol, where Heena Sidhu claimed Gold. This was the only gold medal for India on the Day 6 of the Commonwealth Games 2018. 
  
Meanwhile, the Indian Men's Hockey team confirmed their spot in the Semifinals beating Malaysia in their pool & reaching the top of the table with 7 points. Indian Women's Hockey Team also won beating the Women's Hockey team from South Africa 1-0. 
  
Sachin Chaudhary won many Indian hearts by winning the Bronze medal in Para Powerlifting. 
  
Five Indian boxers were on display on Day 6 in Boxing Quarterfinals and all five of them booked their place in the Semis in their respective weight category. 
  
India will be hoping Day 7 of the Commonwealth Games 2018 is just as successful as the previous game days.