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Commonwealth Games 2018: Table Tennis Women's TT6-10 Singles Group 1-Game 1, Maitreyee Sarkar carries India's hopes, Live Updates

Melissa Tapper def Maitreyee Sarkar 11-3, 11-1, 11-3
Updated: 11 April 2018 06:27 IST - Published: 10 April 2018 10:06 IST
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If Sarkar wins this game, she seals the match
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Nime manages to get 2 points in.
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Sarkar is leading with a 7-0 lead in the 3rd game. 
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The two are having a close fight and we are in the 3rd game of the match
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Maitreyee is leading the way with a 2 game lead over Nime!
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We are going to start with the clash between Maitreyee Sarkar and Papua New Guinea's Vero Nime shortly!
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The Nigerian steals the thunder and wins the match with class (11-0,11-2,11-2) !
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And here we are with Obazuaye racing to a third game win with a 11-2 over Sutar
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Obazuaye leads the way with a 7-1 lead over Sutar
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Third game has already begun!
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The Nigerian is on fire, and we are done and dusted with the 2nd game at 11-2
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Sutar chips in two quick points in the match but lags behind 8-2
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We are beginning with Game 2 
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And in no time, Obazuaye wraps the first game at 11-0
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The Nigerian storms off to a mighty star with a 7-0 lead over the Indian
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Hello everyone! We are about to start with the match between India's Vaishnavi Sutar and the Nigerian Faith Obazuaye!
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It's all over from here folks. Stay tuned for more updates from CWG 2018
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The Australian has sealed the match with her sublime performance after winning G3 11-3. Sarkar looked nowhere to win the match but put up a valiant effort!
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Sarkar showing strong nerves as she saves one match point. 10-3
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Maitreyee not giving up easily. Score: 10-2
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Melissa Tapper on fire as she races to 9. Just two points away from sealing the match!
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Sarkar squeezes one point. Score 1-6!
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The Indian has totally lost the plot as Tapper takes a staggering 6 point lead in the third game.
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Game 3 begins in what looks like a rather one-sided affair.
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And Tapper wins the second game 11-1!
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Looks like there's no stopping Tapper as she takes an unassailable lead of 9 points. Game point for the Aussie yet again.
Score: 10-1
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Sarkar pulls one back. 
Score: 3-1
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Second game begins.
The Aussie starts on a strong note clinching the first 3 points.
Score: 3-0
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Maitreyee shows little fight as the Australian secures the first game 11-3
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Tapper looks in sublime form as she races to 10. Game point for the Aussie
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It looks like India's Maitreyee Sarkar has lost the plot in the first game as she trails 1-8.
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The Australian has taken 4 points on the trot and currently leads 5-1
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Australia's Melissa Tapper with the first point of the game but Sarkar wins the next to level scores. 1-1!
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And we are underway with the match
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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's live coverage of Table Tennis Women's TT6-10 Singles Group 1-Game 1 between Maitreyee of India & Melissa of Australia. Stay tuned for updates!
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Maitreyee Sarkar will be representing India in the Table Tennis Women's TT6-10 Singles Group 1-Game 1. The 22-year-old takes on Melissa Tapper of Australia. This will be Maitreyee's first match at the CWG whereas Melissa Tapper has played multiple matches as she was a part of the Australian women's team contingent. The Australian is Left-handed and uses a Shakehand grip and is sure to give tough competition to the Indian.

India starts the 6th day with hopes of winning many more medals just as they did yesterday. In shooting, India's Gagan Narang & Chain Singh qualified for the finals of the 50m Rifle Prone Men's but Gagan Narang finished 7th & Chain Singh finished 4th in the Final. Annu Singh and Heena Sidhu followed suit and reached the Finals of Women's 25m Pistol Finals. Meanwhile, the Indian Men's Hockey team confirmed their spot in the Semifinals beating Malaysia in the morning and reaching the top of the table with 7 points.The Women's squash team of Dipika & Joshna won against Pakistan 2-1 in the morning.

The fifth day was also a very successful one for India. Shooting has been India's second most successful event in the Games after weightlifting.

Gold medals for India came in Table Tennis, Shooting, and Badminton on Day 5. Weightlifter Pardeep Yadav started Day 5 winning a Silver medal in Weightlifting Men's 105kg category. Indian Men's Table Tennis repeated what their Female colleagues had done a day before by claiming Gold as well. In shooting, Jitu Rai won Gold in the 10m Air Pistol event. Om Mitharwal won Bronze in the same event. In Badminton, India's Mixed Team won Gold yesterday defeating Malaysia 3-1 in the final.