CWG 2018: India Women's Team Wins First Ever Gold In Table Tennis Beating Singapore 3-1

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| April 8 , 2018 , 18:08 IST

Beating the consistent champions Singapore, Indian women's team including Manika Batra, Madhurika Patkar and Mouma Das clinches India's first ever Women's Table Tennis Team Gold at Commonwealth Games, making the nation proud.

In the final game, star player Manika Batra defeated Singapore's Yihan Zhou 11-7, 11-4, 11-7, making India won the match 3-1. During the clinical show, India's Golden girls have beaten top seeds and defeated runaway favourites Singapore.

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The exemplary win has taken India's tally of Gold in Commonwealth Games 2018 to seven. Manika Batra remained unbeaten in all 5 matches played by India. The talented lady has played 6 matches in the tournament and lost only 4 games, winning 18.

As soon as the news broke out, proud Indians from all around the globe started congratulating the three girls and Indian President Ramnath Kovind wasn't far behind. He shared his heart-felt pride for the Women's Table Tennis Team and their efforts.

He tweeted, "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."

kushal kumar

Congrats. The performance reports about India in CWG 2018 - Australia in April 2018 have highly encouraging message. So far India has bagged 13 Medals. Women have also done extremely well. These trends seem to be proving this Vedic astrology writer right for article - “Astrologically speaking , some highlights for India in coming year 2018” - published at , simultaneously at last year on 19 October , 2017. The text of the prediction related to the point in the said article reads as :- “(3) The year 2018 looks to be bringing to focus themes of ……………judicial pronouncements having far reaching significance or value covering issues related to women…. Economy may pass through tense times on more than one front except art , entertainment , cinema , creative or innovative talents which may do well to contribute whatsoever to the economy”.