CWG: Gold for Manika Batra and Sanjeev Rajput

As India look to add on to their medal tally, here are all the results from the tenth day of the ongoing Commonwealth Games.

Table Tennis

India's Manika Batra defeated Mengyu Yu of Singapore 11-7, 11-6, 11-2, 11-7 to win the table tennis women's singles gold on Saturday.

This is India's first table tennis women's singles gold at the Commonwealth Games. Manika is also the first Indian woman to win two golds in table tennis at any edition of the Games. She also won silver with Mouma Das in the women's doubles, where they were the first Indians to reach the final in that event. Manika defeated World No. 4 Tianwei Feng of Singapore - a three-time Olympic medallist - in the semifinals of the singles, as well as in the women's team final.

Manika, whose upset win over Feng paved the way for India's women's team gold, shook off a slow start in the opening game, coming back from 6-1 down to win the first game 11-7 and take charge of the match.

Manika was dominant in the next two games, regularly employing her trick of flipping the racquet to trouble Mengyu, who was unable to counter it.

In the fourth game, Manika was in a dominant position but let a lead slip to 7-7 before winning the next four points to complete the historic win.

In the men's doubles, G Sathiyan and Achanta Sharat Kamal had to settle for the silver medal after losing 11-5, 10-12, 9-11, 11-6, 11-8 to the English pair of Paul Drinkhall and Liam Pitchford in the final.

Shooting - 50m Rifle 3 Positions:

India's Sanjeev Rajput won gold in the men's 50m Rifle 3 Positions event after shooting a combined total of 454.5 -- a Commonwealth Games record -- on Saturday. With this win, Rajput bagged his third medal at the Commonwealth Games. He had previously won silver in the 2014 edition in Glasgow and a bronze in 50m Rifle Prone in 2006. Chain Singh, the other Indian in the fray, finished fifth after scoring 419.1 points.

Rajput, who also set a qualification Games record shooting 1180 points, came into the event as a favourite. He lived up to his billing, clinching the top spot after a dominant performance -- Canada's Gregory Sych who finished second, shot a 448.4, seven points behind the Indian.

He had previously won gold at the Changwon World Cup in 2011 in the 50m Rifle 3 Positions event before winning a silver in the same event at the 2016 ISSF World Cup in Baku. He had also won a silver in the 10m air rifle at the shooting World Cup in Sydney in 2010.

Squash - Mixed doubles

India came out of the mixed doubles squash final on Saturday with a silver, with their chances of squaring the match and sending it into a third game cut short by a few contentious calls by the umpire. Dipika Pallikal-Karthik and Saurav Ghosal were beaten by the Australian team of Donna Urquhart and Cameron Pilley 11-8, 11-10 in 29 minutes. The Indians led in both games, but lost their way. In the first game at 8-8, they were dogged by a series of errors. At 7-7 in the second, they had a couple of decisions go against them, including a ball played on the double bounce, which led to the Australians seizing the advantage to take control of the match.