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Commonwealth Games 2018: Women's Singles Round of 16, Dipika Pallikal vs Alison Waters, Live Updates

Waters def Pallikal 11-3, 11-6, 11-2 in just 20 minutes
Updated: 06 April 2018 13:57 IST - Published: 06 April 2018 12:48 IST
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Dipika sadly could not produce much resistance against her highly accomplished opponent. India's hopes in singles now rest on the shoulders of Joshna Chinappa.
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Final score: Waters def Pallikal 11-3, 11-6, 11-2 in just 20 minutes
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That's the end of Dipika's campaign.
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Waters gets it done at 11-2
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Pure annihilation that is!
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Waters now has 10 MATCH POINTS AT 10-0 AFTER JUST 4 MINUTES OF PLAY IN THIS GAME!
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And Waters extends her lead to 7-0
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The third game is turning out to be disastrous for the Indian.

She trails 0-5
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Dipika has an uphill battle now in front of her!
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Dipika could not do much after that as Waters imposes her authority and gets the second game 11-6.
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It continues to be a tight affair and Waters gets back her lead at 6-5
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This time Dipika inches ahead

5-4
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Game 2 is turning out to be more competitive!

Waters slightly ahead at 4-3
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It's 1-1 in Game 2

Can Dipika fight back?
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Dipika has a lot of hard work ahead of her.
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The first game goes to the English player, 11-3
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9-2 to Waters!

Absolutely painting the court with her brilliance!
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It's 7-1 to Waters!
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Waters is moving ahead smoothly at present and Dipika is finding no answer!

5-1 to the Englishwoman
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And we are off!

Waters takes a 2-1 lead
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26 year old Dipika Pallikal Karthik takes on England's Alison Waters in the Women's Singles Round of 16. 
 
Dipika qualified easily for this round beating Trinidad and Tobago's Charlotte Knaggs winning the initial three games with a score of 11-6, 11-5, & 11-5 in Women's Singles Round of 32. The match ended in merely 17 minutes. Dipika starts off as a favorite in this match as well. The gold medalist in the Women's doubles category in the Glasgow Games in 2014 will be looking for a podium finish in this year's Singles category as well. She is currently placed 19th in the World rankings and reached a career best 10th rank in December 2010. 
 
Dipika received the Arjuna Award in the year 2012.