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Commonwealth Games 2018: Silver medallists Joshna Chinappa, Dipika Pallikal arrive in Chennai to warm welcome
Chinappa and Pallikal had to settle for a silver in the women's doubles competition. Pallikal also won a historic silver in the mixed doubles with Saurav Ghosal.
India bagged a total of seven medals on the final day. India finished the Games with 26 gold, 20 silver and 20 bronze medals.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Dipika Pallikal, Joshna Chinappa fall short in squash women's doubles final to collect silver
India ended their Commonwealth Games campaign in squash with two silver medals after Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa went down fighting in the women's doubles final in Gold Coast on Sunday.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Defending champions Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa storm into squash women's doubles final
Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa faced a stiff competition in the opening game with saw the scales tiltling either side before they edged past the English pair in 13 minutes.
The Indian duo of Dipika Pallikal and Saurav Ghosal stormed to the final of the squash mixed doubles event of the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast on Friday.
The fifth seeded pair, who had a shaky pre-quarterfinal match against a Malaysian duo, was in terrific touch in the quarterfinal match against third seed Tesni Evans and Peter Creed of Wales.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Dipikal Pallikal, Joshna Chinappa advance to women's doubles quarter-finals
Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal outclassed Malta's Dianne Kellas and Colette Sultana winning the tie in straight games 11-5 11-6.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Dipika Pallikal, Joshna Chinappa start doubles campaign in squash with 2-1 win over Pakistan
Pallikal and Chinappa, seeded third, wrapped the match in just 22 minutes. They will next play Tesni Evans and Deon Saffery of Wales on Wednesday.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Dipika Pallikal, Vikram Malhotra crash out; Joshna Chinappa enters quarter-finals
Dipika Pallikal lost to higher-ranked Alison Waters of England 3-0. Pallikal, seeded ninth struggled against Water losing in straight games 11-3, 11-6, 11-2
Commonwealth Games 2018: Dipika Pallikal, Joshna Chinappa off to winning start; Saurav Ghosal exits in second round
Saurav Ghosal squandered a two-game lead to go down to World No. 65 Binnie 11-5, 11-7, 8-11, 9-11, 10-12. It was the biggest upset of the day in the individual event.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Saurav Ghosal will hope to become first Indian to win singles medal in squash
Ghosal made his CWG debut in 2010, where he bowed out against Peter Barker in the third round. In 2014, he lost to Barker, once again, in the bronze medal match.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Dipika Pallikal 'disheartened' about coach's exit but focused on defending gold medal
All that could go wrong has gone wrong for Indian squash in the last four weeks but a "disheartened" Dipika Pallikal has chosen to take it in her stride as she aims to defend the doubles gold alongside Joshna Chinappa in the Gold Coast Games beginning 4 April.
Karargui, who is in Egypt, sent his resignation letter to Sports Authority of India (SAI) via email.
Indian squash team's foreign coach Achraf El Karargui has flown back home in mysterious circumstances, raising doubts over his return with less than a month to go for the CWG
In the top half, Chinappa was the first to take the court and the Indian faced a tough fight against qualifier Hollie Naughton of Canada.
Chinappa won 7-11, 11-8, 11-8, 11-9 in 45 minutes on Sunday for her second consecutive entry into the second round of the championship.
The former Egyptian national champion Nour El Tayeb, currently ranked 14, two rungs below Joshna, defeated the third seeded Indian 11-4, 11-4, 11-4.
India's highest ranked squash player, Joshna Chinappa, has gained two places to be 12th in the latest PSA rankings.
Defending champion Dipika Pallikal pulls out of 74th National Squash Championship amid injury concerns
An ankle strain has forced defending champion Dipika Pallikal to pull out of the 74th Senior National Squash Championship at the last minute, dealing a blow to the premium domestic event to be held in Greater Noida.
Country's leading squash player Harinder Pal Sandhu, the 2014 Asian Games team gold medallist, has been left dejected after being ignored by the Arjuna awards selection panel for the third time.