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Commonwealth Games 2018: Squash Women's Doubles Quarterfinal, Joshna Chinappa, Dipika Pallikal carry India's hopes, Live Updates

India beat Canada 7-11, 11-5, 11- 9
Updated: 13 April 2018 07:20 IST - Published: 13 April 2018 00:36 IST
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Chinappa and Pallikal have made it through to the next round, winning 7-11, 11-5, 11- 9
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And they have clinched it!
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Oh, what a comeback this is! The Indians have now taken the lead! Ind 9-8 Can
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They may be trailing, but they are just one point behind the Canadians here! Ind 7-8 Can
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But Joshna and Dipika have made a great comeback here.
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The Canadians have extended their lead to 6-1. There seems to be very little scope of a way back for India now.
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A good start from Canada here, as they surge into a 3-0 lead.
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And the third game gets underway...
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The Indian duo has made good use of this lead to go on and take the game 11-5 in the end, sending the match into the decider.
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After a poor start, the Canadians have pulled back a couple of points. Ind 5-2 Can
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The Indians, however have made a good comeback in the second game. They have now taken a 4-point lead. Ind 4-0 Can
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After an initial bit of struggle, the Canadians have finally shaded  the first game 11-7
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But the Canadians have surged way ahead of the Indians in the between.
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Its a close start, as both the sides have kept abreast of each other. Ind 3-3 Can
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Aaand we're off.....
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They face Samantha Cornett and Nikki Tod of Canada in the quarters today.
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A top of the morning to y'all! Welcome to our LIVE Coverage of the women's doubles squash semifinal , here today!
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Next up is  Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa fighting for a place in the semis!
 
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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