NEW DELHI: Singapore has won its 7th gold medal at the 19th Commonwealth Games in New Delhi. The gold came from the table tennis mixed doubles.

Second seeds Yang Zi and Wang Yuegu beat favourites Gao Ning and Feng Tianwei in straight sets in the all-Singapore final.

Earlier Tuesday, Gai Bin and Poh Lip Meng clinched the sixth gold for Singapore when they combined for a total of 1,116 shots in the 25m Standard Pistol Men's (Pairs) event.

As at 11.30pm Tuesday, Singapore's medal tally stands at 7 gold, 6 silver and 6 bronze.

Singapore's paddlers are set to haul more medals as they outserved, outsmashed and outfoxed their opponents on Tuesday, sweeping all before them to dominate the semi-final line-up.


Women's Singles Quarter-finals:

Feng Tianwei (Singapore) bt Beh Lee Wei (Malaysia) 4-0

Yu Mengyu (Singapore) bt Vivian Zhenzua Tan (Australia) 4-1

Sun Beibei (Singapore) bt Li Jiawei (Singapore) 4-3

Wang Yuegu (Singapore) bt Ng Sock Khim (Malaysia) 4-0

Women's Doubles Quarter-finals:

Poulomi Ghatak/Mouma Das (India) bt Jian Fang Lay/Miao Miao (Australia) 3-2

Feng Tianwei/Wang Yuegu (Singapore) bt Madhurika Suhas Patkar/Shamini Kumaresan (India) 3-1

Zhenhua Vivian Tan/Peri Campbell-Innes (Australia) bt Yang Sun/Jenny Hung (New Zealand) 3-1

Li Jiawei/Sun Beibei (Singapore) bt Beh Lee Wei/Ng Sock Khim (Malaysia) 3-0

Men's Singles Quarter-finals:

Soumyadeep Roy (India) bt Cai Xiaoli (Singapore) 4-1

Sharath Kamal Achanta (India) bt Liang (Singapore) 4-1

Gao Ning (Singapore) bt Amalraj Anthony Arputharaj (India) 4-1

Yang Zi (Singapore) bt Paul Drinkhall (England) 4-3

Men's Doubles Quarter-finals:

Sharath Kamal Achanta/Subhajit Saha (India) bt Seun Ajetunmobi/Quadri Akinade Aruna (Nigeria) 3-1

William Henzell/Robert Frank (Australia) bt Monday Merotohun/Olanrewaju Babatun Jegede (Nigeria) 3-2

Andrew Baggaley/Liam Pitchford (England) bt Cai Xiaoli/ Liang (Singapore) 3-1

Gao Ning/Yang Zi (Singapore) bt Soumyadeep Roy/Amalra Anthony Arputhararaj (India) 3-0

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