India beat the mighty Singapore 3-1. Batra had 2 wins, that included a victory over the World No. 4.
Congratulations to the women’s Table Tennis team for winning gold. Brilliant effort #CWG18— VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) April 8, 2018
Gold in table tennis is special. Beating Singapore is a real good achievement from the Indian team. Well done to all. #Commonwealth2018— Boria Majumdar (@BoriaMajumdar) April 8, 2018
HISTORY!— Arjun Namboothiri (@ArjunNamboo) April 8, 2018
Singapore has won each and every Gold medal in the womens team Table Tennis event since the start of the games. India have beaten Singapore today to win the Gold.
What a moment. Absolute heroes these girls. Wow. #GC2018
#GoldenSelfie from the Women’s Commonwealth Games Champions India 🇮🇳 🥇 pic.twitter.com/IJPSxyNdFA— ITTF World (@ittfworld) April 8, 2018
Manika’s coolness, Patkar’s seriousness, Mouma’s calmness the last couple of days and today earned the BRIGHTEST medal for India thus far!! VICTORY OVER SINGAPORE #Unbelievable 🥇 #GC2018 #GC2018TableTennis #History— Akin (@Akin44Dan) April 8, 2018
GOLD!!! This is HUGE! India women's TT team end Singapore's domination at #CommonwealthGames , hand the top seeds 3-1 defeat. Prior to this Singapore women's team had won Gold in all 4 editions. Indian Table Tennis is well and truly on the upswing. #GC2018TableTennis— jigar mehta (@jigsactin) April 8, 2018
One more Gold ,— Hiren 💥#TeamShilpa (@HValangar) April 8, 2018
and that too by "Betiya"
Ab bolo Betiya Boj hai..
What an amazingly dominating performance by #TeamIndia at #CWG18 in #GC2018TableTennis #ManikaBatra , take a bow#GoForGold #IndiaAtCWG #CWG2018 #Commonwealth2018 #CommonwealthGames #RangDeTiranga
India has become the first ever Team to beat Singapore at a Comm Games to become the Women’s Team Champions! #GC2018TableTennis pic.twitter.com/g6V9d3ktUc— ITTF World (@ittfworld) April 8, 2018
What a day at CWG 2018! Table Tennis team won Gold also defeating Singapore. Manika Batra remained unbeaten in all 5 matches played by India. Salute to her— Om Prakash (@omadhu1950) April 8, 2018
The GOLD that no one saw coming. Take a bow Manika Batra. You have earned a new fan today. She is indeed a very smart player @nehaaggarwal #GC2018TableTennis— Vaibhav Manocha (@BeingMinchu) April 8, 2018
Take a bow ladies ... What a win !!! 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳 Among the Biggest ever GOLD for India ... #CWG2018 @MoumaDasTT #ManikaBatra #Madhurika ... Loved how they went about this ... Brilliant!!— Arun (@Armenon83) April 8, 2018
Congrats to the womens Table Tennis team on the Gold Medal. What an incredible performance... #manikabatra #moumadas #madhurikapatkar #CommonwealthGames #teamindia pic.twitter.com/e5ITqqwstz— Rohan Bopanna (@rohanbopanna) April 8, 2018
Check out the special moments from the historic first ever #CWG2018 🥇 win for Womens #TableTennis Team against higher ranked #Singapore team.#ManikaBatra in a stunning performance defeated #Olympic medalist and world no. 4 player. #IndiaAtCWG #TOPSAthlete #SAI pic.twitter.com/5oa3lEUqiy— SAIMedia (@Media_SAI) April 8, 2018
Incredible scenes at #GC2018. India defeats top seeded Singapore 🇸🇬 3-1 to clinch 🥇 in the #GC2018TableTennis women’s team final. Manika Batra the standout player by a distance. Spectacular win, gets India the 7th gold— Masakadzas (@Nesenag) April 8, 2018
Madhurika Patkar's tears, the ecstasy on 34-year-old Mouma's face, Manika Batra's look of disbelief. Yes, I'd take sport over everything else any day.#GC2018 #GC2018TableTennis— Arka Bhattacharya (@Heilige_Kugel) April 8, 2018
Congratulations to the Golden Girls - Manika Batra, Madhurika Patkar & Mouma Das - for bagging India's first ever Women's Table Tennis Team GOLD at Commonwealth Games..stupendous achievement #GC2018 #PresidentKovind— President of India (@rashtrapatibhvn) April 8, 2018
First #Goldmedal ever in this event sounds so awesome . 😊😊👏👏👏🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🥇🥇#GC2018TableTennis #GC2018 INDIA #Indianwomensteam #tabletennisindia #ManikaBatra— Parupalli Kashyap (@parupallik) April 8, 2018
Brilliant wins by #ManikaBatra beating the world no.4 in the first singles n now the reverse singles 👏👏👏🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳 overwhelming favourites #Singapore beaten by #Indianwomensteam #TableTennis .. Super!! #history 🥇🥇🥇🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳— Parupalli Kashyap (@parupallik) April 8, 2018
WOHOOO— Neha Aggarwal (@nehaaggarwal) April 8, 2018
Words can't describe this Moment.
Indian Women the Commonwealth Games Champions!!!!! 🏓🇮🇳
Wow just wow!!
Take a bow #ManikaBatra #MadhurikaPatkar @MoumaDasTT
This time they BELIEVED in themselves. Yes, they did it!!!! #GC2018TableTennis pic.twitter.com/yQhQDidPtK
#ManikaBatra leads India to a historic gold medal in women's team event with her inspiring singles victories @GC2018 .— Amanpreet Singh (@amanthejourno) April 8, 2018
What a gold medal this is! The women's table tennis team has secured India its seventh gold of #CWG2018. Manika Batra engineers this with two wonderful wins. The doubles pair picked up a crucial point against formidable Singapore.— G Rajaraman (@g_rajaraman) April 8, 2018
Congrats Indian womens TT Team. First ever GOLD medal at the CWG. Brilliant performance by all the girls especially #ManikaBatra @GC2018 #gc2018tabletennis. Making us proud 🇮🇳 pic.twitter.com/6M1u5uhRnJ— Viren Rasquinha (@virenrasquinha) April 8, 2018
Words are not enough 2 describe the superlative show by Manika Batra today! India on d verge of a huge upset and a historic TT gold! #gc2018— Sudeshna Banerjee (@Sudsports) April 8, 2018
Must say I did not expect this at all.This is a phenomenal result in TT.Singapore had never lost the Women's Team Gold ever before since Manchester 2002— Digvijay Singh Deo (@DiggySinghDeo) April 8, 2018
These are the moments we Sports fans crave for; The Gold Medalist Indian Women's Table Tennis team on the victory podium. Incredible #CWG2018 pic.twitter.com/cK9UainR0s— [email protected] (@India_AllSports) April 8, 2018
Goosebumps!!!! 🥇— Neha Aggarwal (@nehaaggarwal) April 8, 2018
Salute you ladies! #ManikaBatra #MadhurikaPatkar @MoumaDasTT #GC2018TableTennis pic.twitter.com/NciAQ68ThP
This is the first time that Singapore have not won the Women's #TableTennis Team title since the sport made its debut in the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Well done #ManikaBatra, Madhurika Patkar, @MoumaDasTT, and the rest of the team and support staff. #GC2018 https://t.co/pyKtbS7zVZ— Sameer Shirodkar (@SameerSh29) April 8, 2018
Tears of JOY and PRIDE. Our girls with the TT Team gold at #Commonwealth2018. The unmatched feeling of seeing your flag go up with your national anthem playing. Well done girls. Jai Hind! pic.twitter.com/uxdMbRQQuw— Rajesh Kalra (@rajeshkalra) April 8, 2018