Commonwealth Games 2018: Women's Doubles Quarterfinal, Ashwini Ponnappa & N Sikki Reddy carry India's hopes, Live Updates

By Sportskeeda Desk | Last ModifiedApr 13, 2018 07:03 IST

The match is underway!


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It's a wrap here! Stay tuned to Sportskeeda for all the updates on Commonwealth Games 2018!

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Player Stats

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Match Stats

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Final scores

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Ashwini Ponnappa/Sikki Reddy of India are through to the Semifinals

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Score: IND 21 - 13 SRI in game 2

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Score: IND 15 - 11 SRI in game 2

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Ponnappa/Sikki of India running away with the game now.

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Score: IND 13 - 8 SRI in game 2

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Score: IND 10 - 7 SRI in game 2

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Hasini/Madhushika Dilrukshi of Sri Lanka playing way better in this game. 

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Score: IND 8 - 6 SRI in game 2

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Score: IND 7 - 5 SRI in game 2

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Score: IND 6 - 4 SRI in game 2

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Ponnappa/Sikki have been dominant against Hasini/Madhushika Dilrukshi so far

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Score: IND 3 - 1 SRI in game 2

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The 2nd game about to commence

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As it stands after Game 1 of the match

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IND 21 - 11 SRI is the final score in game 1

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Game point for India in Game 1

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Ponnappa/Sikki winning 7-3 in Game 1

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The Indian pair takes the lead

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Score is 4-3 in game 1

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Next up is Ashwini Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy taking on AMBALANGODAGE Hasini/BERUWELAGE Madushika Dilrukshi of Sri Lanka.
As the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games head into their final stages, there is still a lot of action to come. 
Day 8 was a good one for India in wrestling as all four wrestlers brought home medals. Rahul Aware and Sushil Kumar both won Gold, while Babita Kumari won Sliver, and Kiran bagging a bronze. 
In shooting, Tejaswini Sawant won a Silver medal for India in the Women's 50m Rifle Prone Finals. 
There was a lot of progress in Badminton and Table Tennis as well. Saina, Sindhu, Srikanth, and H.S. Prannoy all advanced to the latter rounds of Singles category. 
There was disappointment in Hockey, however, as the Indian Women's team lost 1-0 to Australia in the Semifinals. They will now face the loser of the other semifinal on a later date to confirm a bronze medal. 
India will be looking to finish the tournament on a high as a lot of medals will be decided in the next three days, starting on Day 9.
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