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Commonwealth Games 2018: Table Tennis Men's Singles Semifinals, India's Achanta Sharath fighting for medal, Live Updates

The action commences!
Updated: 14 April 2018 12:46 IST - Published: 14 April 2018 11:03 IST
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It's a wrap here! Stay tuned to Sportskeeda for all the updates on the Commonwealth Games 2018!
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Achanta Sharath will now face either Gao Ning of Singapore/Samuel Walker of England in the Men's Singles Bronze Medal Match tomorrow. Catch the live updates at 7:00 am
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Brief scores at the end of the match. Quadri Aruna winning 4-0
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Player stats at the end of the match
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Achanta Sharath puts up a brave fight but ultimately bows out to the Nigerian legend
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Quadri Aruna was always the favorite to win the gold medal in Table Tennis Men's Singles at the CWG
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He wins the 4th game and therefore the match, is through to the final match
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3 match points for Quadri Aruna of Nigeria
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Score in Game 4: Achanta Sharath (IND) 7 - 10  (NGR) Quadri Aruna
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Achanta Sharath takes a timeout as he really needs to compose himself for the next few points
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The Nigerian two points away from entering the Finals
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Score in Game 4: Achanta Sharath (IND) 6 - 8  (NGR) Quadri Aruna
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Score in Game 4: Achanta Sharath (IND) 5 - 8  (NGR) Quadri Aruna
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Score in Game 4: Achanta Sharath (IND) 3 - 4  (NGR) Quadri Aruna
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Brief scores after the end of the 3rd game
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Do or die situation for Achanta Sharath as the 4th game proceeds
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Quadri Aruna wins the 3rd game and is now 3-0 up in the match. He only needs to win one of the remaining 4 games to win the match and qualify to the Finals
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Game point for Quadri Aruna of Nigeria
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Score in Game 3: Achanta Sharath (IND) 9 - 10  (NGR) Quadri Aruna  
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This game too is going down to the wire
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Score in Game 3: Achanta Sharath (IND) 9 - 9  (NGR) Quadri Aruna  
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The 1st two games have been tight. Achanta Sharath really needs to win this game in order to stay in contention for the final match
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Score in Game 3: Achanta Sharath (IND) 7 - 7  (NGR) Quadri Aruna  
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Achanta giving a tough fight to the Nigerian in the 3rd game
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Score in Game 3: Achanta Sharath (IND) 6 - 5  (NGR) Quadri Aruna  
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The 3rd game begins
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Brief scores after the conclusion of two games
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Finally the Nigerian wins the game point and wins the 2nd game 11-9
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Score in Game 2: Achanta Sharath (IND) 9 - 10  (NGR) Quadri Aruna  
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Score in Game 2: Achanta Sharath (IND) 8 - 10  (NGR) Quadri Aruna  
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After a brief fightback the Nigerian legend Quadri Aruna taking the game away from the Indian.
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Score in Game 2: Achanta Sharath (IND) 5 - 10  (NGR) Quadri Aruna  
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Score in Game 2: Achanta Sharath (IND) 5 - 7  (NGR) Quadri Aruna  
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Achanta making a good comeback in the 2nd game
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Score in Game 2: Achanta Sharath (IND) 4 - 4  (NGR) Quadri Aruna  
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Score in Game 2: Achanta Sharath (IND) 0 - 3  (NGR) Quadri Aruna  
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Score in Game 2: Achanta Sharath (IND) 0 - 2  (NGR) Quadri Aruna  
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The 2nd game is starting
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Nigerian legend Quadri Aruna wins the first game 12-10
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Game 1 brief score
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Sorry for the delay, there were some technical difficulties.
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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's live coverage of the Table Tennis Men's Singles Semifinal match between India's Achanta Sharath & Nigeria's Aruna Quadri!
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Next up is Men's Singles Semifinal 1:
 
Achanta Sharath (IND) vs Aruna Quadri (NGR)

 
The penultimate day of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games has been a great one with India bagging 5 gold medals already.
 
India had a tremendous start to the 10th day of the Commonwealth Games 2018 with MC Mary Kom bagging a gold medal in Boxing in the Women's 45-48kg category defeating Kristina O'Hara of Northern Ireland in the Final bout. Gaurav Solanki followed suit and won the Gold medal in his respective weight category. However, their compatriots Amit Phangal, Manish Kaushik had to settle for a Silver medal each in their weight categories.
 
Sumit also winning a gold medal for India in Wrestling in the Men's Freestyle 125 kg Nordic. Meanwhile, Sanjeev Rajput brought home another gold medal in Shooting by finishing at the pole position in the 50m Rifle 3 Positions Men's Finals. Sanjeev Rajput also made a Commonwealth Games Record with a final result of 454.5 points. Neeraj Chopra is latest to win a gold medal for India in the Men's Javelin Throw Final.
 
India will be looking to finish the tournament on a high with many more medals as the drama continues with India playing a lot of Finals and Semifinals on the last 2 days.
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