08 Aug, 02:02 (IST)

India had her best-ever day at the Commonwealth Games 2022 on Sunday, August 7 with the athletes winning a total of 15 medals. Amit Panghal, Nitu Ghangas and Nikhat Zareen got gold in boxing while Sharath Kamal, Sreeja Akula won the same in table tennis. Kamal and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran bagged silver in men's doubles table tennis and the Indian women's cricket team settled for a silver in a thrilling final against Australia. Check out the updated medal tally here. 

08 Aug, 01:58 (IST)

Sagar Ahlwat settled for a silver medal after losing his men's super heavyweight boxing final match to England's Delicious Orie. He lost the bout 0-5 but won India her 15th medal of the day. 

08 Aug, 01:30 (IST)

The medals kept flowing in thick and fast for India as Sharath Kamal and Sreeja Akula won a gold in mixed doubles table tennis. In badminton, Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand captured the bronze medal.

08 Aug, 00:45 (IST)

The Indian women's cricket team bagged a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games after a nine-run defeat to Australia. Chasing 162, India were bowled out for 152 runs in the match. 

08 Aug, 00:30 (IST)

Kidambi Srikanth wins bronze medal in men's singles badminton event on Sunday. He defeated singapore's Jia Heng Teh 21-15, 21-18 to secure a podium finish.

08 Aug, 00:01 (IST)

The Indian women's cricket team got to 42/2 after the powerplay in their gold medal match against Australia. Australia had posted 161/8 on the board and India lost the wickets of Smriti Mandhana and Shafali Verma in the first six overs.

07 Aug, 23:32 (IST)

Sharath Kamal made his way to the final of men's singles table tennis with a win over England's

07 Aug, 23:22 (IST)

Dipika Pallikal and Saurav Ghoshal bagged a bronze medal for India in the mixed doubles squash event. The duo beat Australia's Donna Lobban and Cameron Pilley 11-8, 11-4 to win the podium finish.  Read more at:https://www.latestly.com/socially/sports/cwg-2022-day-10-results-saurav-ghoshal-dipika-pallikal-bag-bronze-in-mixed-doubles-squash-win-indias-50th-in-birmingham-4054588.html

07 Aug, 21:29 (IST)

India will be bowling first in the gold medal match in women's cricket at the Commonwealth Games 2022 on Sunday, August 7. Australia captain Meg Lanning won the toss and chose to bat first. Australia had beaten India in the opening game of the competition. 

07 Aug, 20:04 (IST)

Sharath Kamal and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran won a silver medal in the men's doubles table tennis event on Sunday. The duo lost 11-8, 8-11, 3-11, 11-7, 4-11 to the English pairing of Paul Drinkhall and Liam Pitchford.

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The action continues to heat up at the Commonwealth Games 2022 as we enter Day 10 of the quadrennial event in Birmingham. India had a brilliant outing on the previous day as they added further to their medals tally, stretching it to 40 and moving to the fifth spot in the team standings. So as Indian athletes set for action on August 07, 2022, we bring you all the results, major highlights and medals won on CWG 2022 Day 10. Commonwealth Games 2022 Indian Medal Winners List.

Wrestlers once again had a sensational outing for India as the likes of Vinesh Phogat, Naveen and Ravi Dahiya won gold medals in their respective categories while the likes of Pooja Gehlot, Pooja Sihag and Deepak secured bronze. Indian Athletes in Action on August 07 in Birmingham With Time in IST.

Day 10 will see India have another opportunity to add to their medals tally as the Women's cricket team face off against Australia in a gold medal clash. Meanwhile, the Hockey team takes on New Zealand with a bronze medal on the line.

Multiple Indian boxers have confirmed a medal for themselves at the competition and will now look to determine the colour of it as the likes of Nikhat Zareen, Nitu Ghanghas, Amit Panghal and Sagar compete in the finals of their respective categories.

Multiple athletes compete in finals of various athletics events on the day as India has had a successful outing in the discipline, winning multiple medals. Badminton and Table Tennis players also have an opportunity to secure themselves a medal.