Manika Batra won her fourth medal at the Commonwealth Games after winning the bronze in the mixed doubles table tennis, teaming up with Sathiyan Gnanasekaran. They beat the pair of Sharath Kamal and Mouma Das 11-6, 11-2, 11-4.
After winning the women's singles final on Saturday, Batra completed a memorable run at Gold Coast with another flawless performance to become India's most successful athlete at the Games. Apart from the singles gold, Batra had gold in the women's team event and silver in the women's doubles with Mouma Das.
Her partner Sathiyan, who hails from Chennai, won his third medal at the Games after previously winning gold in the men's team event and silver in men's doubles with Sharath Kamal.
Sharath wins singles bronze
Sharath Kamal was at his aggressive best to win his third medal at the games after beating Samuel Walker of England 11-7, 11-9, 9-11, 11-9 in the bronze medal match.
Sharath was a part of the gold medal-winning men's team and also won silver in the men's doubles event at the games. This is his third Commonwealth Games singles medal after winning bronze at the 2010 Games and gold in the 2006 edition. He had missed out on a medal in Glasgow. He remains the only Indian to win the men's singles title at the Games.
This caps off a memorable edition of the Games for the Table Tennis team who have won seven medals at Gold Coast, including three golds, two silvers and two bronzes.
Chinappa and Pallikal settle for silver
Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal had to settle to silver in the final of the women's doubles squash losing to New Zealand's Joelle King and Amanda Landers- Murphy.
This was Joshna's first and Pallikal's second medal at Gold Coast. Pallikal had earlier won silver in the mixed doubles with Saurav Ghoshal. The final lasted 21 minutes and Chinappa and Pallikal, who were defending champions, couldn't match the intensity of their opponents, eventually losing 11-9, 11-8.
Landers-Murphy, who is a doubles specialist, was particularly impressive as she kept hitting winners consistently on the left wall.