Check out the highlights of Day 11 action of Commonwealth Games 2018 from Gold Coast.
- India finishes third on the medal table with 66 medals.
- Saina Nehwal beats PV Sindhu to win women's singles badminton Gold.
- Kidambi Srikanth bags silver after losing men's singles final to Lee Chong Wei.
- Shuttlers Satwiksairaj and Chirag Shetty win India's first men's doubles silver at Commonwealth Games.
- Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa settle for silver in women's doubles Squash.
- Sharath Kamal wins table tennis men's singles bronze.
- Manika Batra and Sathiyan G win all-Indian bronze medal mixed doubles squash.
10:47 am IST: With that silver, India's campaign in Gold Coast ends.
Boxing gold medalist Mary Kom will be India's flagbearer in the closing ceremony, which starts at 4 pm IST.
The Asian giants can be proud of their effort as they have won 66 medals, including 26 golds. They finish on the third spot behind Australia (197) and England (136) medals.
Commonwealth Games 2018 has been India's third best performance after Delhi 2010 and Melbourne 2006.
Gold - 38, Silver - 26, Bronze - 36
Gold - 30, Silver - 22, Bronze - 17
Gold Coast - 2018
Gold - 26, Silver - 20, Bronze - 20
10:38 am IST: Badminton - Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty win men's doubles silver
Ellis and Landgridge hold on and win the gold medal.
Nonetheless, Satwiksairaj and Chirag have become the first Indian men's doubles pair to win a badminton silver medal in Commonwealth Games.
The youngsters put a great show in Gold Coast but faced a better and experienced pair on Sunday.
They were not let to go on the front foot at all as Ellis and Landgridge, the Rio Olympic bronze medalists, kept putting pressure on their opponents.
10:30 am IST: Satwik and Chirag made a good comeback winning four straight points after being 11-5 down. However, Ellis and Landgridge are maintaining the lead over the Indian pair.
10:22 am IST: The gold medal seems to be slipping away from Satwiksairaj and Chirag. The English pair have taken a 11-5 lead in the second game after winning the first one.
10:15 am IST: The young India pair is fighting hard in the second game but the Rio Olympic bronze medalists are leading 6-4.
10:12 am IST: The English pair take the first game 21-13. Ellis and Langridge bossed the opening game as they used their experience wonderfully well.
It seems to be a tough ask. The young Indian shuttlers are having a discussion with coach Pullela Gopichand.
10:05 am IST: Ellis and Langridge have headed into the mid-game break with a four-point lead. Satwik and Chirag have been put under pressure and the duo has made a lot of unforced errors.
9:53 am IST: 17-year-old Satwiksairaj and 20-year-old Chirag are out on the court. Can India finish with a gold medal?
9:25 am IST: Time for the men's doubles final. World number 21 pairing of Satwik and Chirag take on world number 22 pairing of Ellis and Langridge.
Notably, Satwik (17) and Chirag (20) have already created history by becoming the first Indian men's doubles pair to reach the final at Commonwealth Games.
Second gold medal of the day as Malaysia's women's doubles pair of Kuan Chow Mei and Vivian Hoo win the final against Lauren Smith and and Sarah Walker in straight games.
8:37 am IST: BADMINTON - India have won only one gold medal today. Can Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty add one more to the tally?
The men's doubles duo take on Marcus Ellis and Chris Langridge in the gold medal match shortly.
8:35 am IST: Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu and their coach Pullela Gopichand pose for a photograph after the medal ceremony.
Badminton - Lee Chong Wei wins third Commonwealth Games singles gold medal!
8:18am IST: It's all over for Kidambi Srikanth, he finishes second best in the men's singles final.
What a champion Lee Chong Wei has been over the years! He proves it yet again by coming back from behind and beating the world number one shuttler to clinch the gold medal.
He was completely on a different level in the decider as Srikanth had no answers to the brutal onslaught. The Malaysian legend showed his prowess at the front cout and matched the 25-year-old when it came to those jump smashes.
Lee Chong Wei remains undefeated in men's singles in CWG. Won gold in Melbourne2006, Delhi2010, missed Glasgow2014 with a thigh injury, and gold again in GoldCoast2018— G Rajaraman (@g_rajaraman) April 15, 2018
Notably, Chong Wei has never been beaten in the men's singles event in Commonwealth Games history. He won the 2006 men's singles gold in Melbourne and followed it up with a gold in New Delhi. Eight years later, he is again on the top step of the podium.
8:15 am IST: Squash - Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal Karthik settle for silver!
The Indian pair, which won the gold in 2014 Commonwealth Games, lose women's doubles lose final in straight games to New Zealand's Joelle King and Amanda Leanders-Murphy.
8:10 am IST: Chong Wei seems unstoppable!
He is having a seven-point lead in the decider at 15-8. The Malaysian legend is setting up Srikanth with brillaint command of the front court. The 35-year-old is matching his younger opponent stroke to stroke.
8:03 am IST: Chong Wei races to a 7-1 lead. It's becoming difficult for the Indian here.
The Malaysian great is putting the pressure on Srikanth early in the decider. He has been impeccable with his front court play. He is getting the big smashes out as well.
8 am IST: Chong Wei races to a 3-0 lead in the decider. He is making his intent clear!
7:57 am IST: The gold medal match goes to the decider. What a performance from Chong Wei.
He now has the momentum and is dictating the terms as well. Srikanth needs to buckle. He was ordinary in the second half of the second game.
7:54 am IST: Malaysian supporters are chanting his name as Chong Wei makes a strong comeback into the match. He leads 17-14 after a brilliant display of defensive skills.
7:48 am IST: Table Tennis - Achanta Sharath wins bronze in men's singles event.
He beats Samuel Walker of England to win his second Commonwealth Games individual medal.
The veteran had won a gold medal in the 2006 edition of the quadrennial event. This is his third medal in Gold Coast after the men's team event gold and men's doubles silver.
7:49 am IST: Chong Wei heads into the break of the second game with a two-point lead. He needs stretch it here.
7:41 am IST: Chong Wei has a slender lead (5-3) in the second game. His quick reflexes and strong front court play is doing the trick.
7:37 am IST: What a thriller! Srikanth manages to hold on and take the first game 21-19. There is nothing much to seperate the two shuttlers. It's been a wonderful exhibition of badminton from the two stars.
7:33 am IST: The first game is going down the wire here. Both shuttlers have been brillaint with their smashes as well as defence. It's 19-18 in favor of the Indian.
7: 24 am IST: Squash - We're a few minutes away from the start of women's doubles gold medal match between Dipika Pallikal/Joshna Chinappa and Joelle King/Amanda Landers-Murphy of New Zealand.
7:23 am IST: Table Tennis - Sharath Kamal closes in on bronze medal.
Sharath has won the first two games of his men's singles bronze medal match against Samuel Walker of England.
7:22 am IST: Srikanth goes into the mid-game break with a two-point lead. What a comeback from the Indian! After letting Chong Wei take control, the 25-year-old hit back with a series of unplayable smashes.
7:15 am IST: It's raining smashes at the Carrara Sports Arena. Lee Chong Wei is going all out against the Indian shuttler. Early lead for the Malaysian. It's 5-2.
7:05 am IST: We're minutes away from the men's singles gold medal match. Here's our preview of what is expected to be another blockbuster clash between the world number one and the Malaysian legend.
6:50 am IST: Saina Nehwal wins second Commonwealth Games singles gold medal!
Eight years after winning the yellow metal in New Delhi, the 28-year-old finishes on the top step of the podium in Gold Coast again.
She beats PV SIndhu 21-18, 23-21 in a 58 minute all-Indian encounter.
Saina came out all guns blazing and was dictating the pace of the game right from the word go. She took the attacking option and excuted it extremely well. The London Olympic bronze medalist
She played the high intensity match and could have been exhausted if the match had gone to a decider. However, Saina made sure she did not have to spend extra time on the court by saving a game point and eventually winning the match.
Saina's perserverance and superior temperament was on display during one of the most exhillarating rallies in the second game
Saina's perseverance and superior temperament was on display during one of the most exhilarating rallies in the second game as she hit a perfect backhand pass to make it 18-19 against Sindhu.
Clearly, Saina was the hungrier of the two shuttlers on the day. The veteran's power and precision on the big day won it for her.
6:40 am IST: What a rally! Saina closes the gap. It's 18-19 in favor of Sindhu now. Both players are exhausted.
Saina wins the long rally with a clever backhand push. This is high-quality badminton. The Carrara Sports Arena in buzzing. Can Sindhu hold on to the lead.
6:35 am IST: Crucial points won by Sindhu here. It's 18-14 in the second game.
6:26 am IST: Saina Nehwal is lacking the accuracy she had in the first game. She is still on top of Sindhu but has missed quite a few smashes in the game. It's 13-9 in favor of Sindhu.
6:23 am IST: PV Sindhu goes into the break of the second game with a three-point lead. She has won a lot of points from the front court in the game.
6:19 am IST: It's 7-5 in favor of Sindhu in the first game. Saina has been maintaining her intensity but has gifted a couple of easy points to her opponent by hitting smashes wide.
6:12 am IST: Saina Nehwal takes the first game 21-18.
PV Sindhu saved three game points but it was not enough for her as Saina had done the damage way earlier in the game.
The 2010 Commonwealth Games gold medalist has kept Sindhu on the backfoot throughout the game. She attacked relentlessly and kept the rallies short while dictating the pace of the match.
Saina's power and placement has been impeccable while Sindhu has been erratic in the first game.
5:58 am IST: Saina heads into the mid-game break with a five-point lead.
Saina Nehwal raced away with the lead after winning five consecutive points from 4-4 to 9-4. The veteran shuttler has strated aggressively is dictating the pace of the match.
Sindhu is struggling and is a bit rattled as well.
5:54 am IST: The intensity is high. The two shuttlers are trading points early in the first game.
5:49 am IST: The two shuttlers are on the court. Carrara Sports Arena is packed to the rafters.
5: 40 am IST: With Manika Batra and Sathiyan G's bronze in mixed doubles table tenis event, India medal tally has reached 60.
5:30 am IST: We're minutes away from the big match between Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu. The latter, the higher-ranked of the two shuttlers, will look to better her Glasgow Games effort in today's final.
She had won a bronze in the men's singles event in the 2014 edition while Saina won the gold in New Delhi (2010 CWG).
Manika Batra has certainly been one of the biggest stars for India in Commonwealth Games. The 22-year-old paddler orchestrated India's gold medal win in the women's team event. Her win over Singapore great Feng Tianwei in the women's singles rubber of the gold medal tie was remarkable.
Batra went on to add three more medals to her tally -- women's doubles silver, women's singles gold and mixed doubles bronze.
5:15 am IST: TABLE TENNIS - Bronze for Manika Batra and Sathiyan G.
Manika Batra wins another medal in Gold Coast as the 22-year-old combines with Sathiyan G to defeat compatriots Sharath Kamal and Mouma Das in the mixed doubles bronze medal match.
A comfortable 11-6, 11-4, 11-2 win.
5: 05 am IST: BADMINTON - All-Indian gold medal match at 5:20 pm IST.
Badminton fans could not have asked for more as PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal go head-to-head in the women's singles gold medal match. Here's our preview of the match.
5 am IST: TABLE TENNIS - First up is an all-Indian bronze medal match!
Sharath Kamal and Mouma Das face Manika Batra and Sathiyan G in th mixed doubles bronze medal match.