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'What a start': Netizens go crazy as Manika Batra gets off to winning start in CWG 2022, check reacts | Other Sports News

‘What a begin’: Netizens go loopy as Manika Batra will get off to profitable begin in CWG 2022, test reacts | Different Sports activities Information

Manika Batra, the Indian Desk Tennis queen registered her first victory on the Commonwealth Video games 2022 in Birmingham on Friday (July 29). The India Olympic medallist thrashed South Africa’s Mushfiquh Kalam in a three-set recreation in simply quarter-hour beating her with straight-win of 11-3, 11-2.

Social media could not hold calm as India’s TT queen made a press release on her first day on the CWG 2022. Checkout the reactions beneath…

Manika Batra wins her first match at #CommonwealthGames2022, within the ladies’s staff occasion.

Final CWG was her breakthrough second.

Issues have been rocky since, right down to her doubles accomplice this time. However the hope she will put that every one behind on the occasion the place all of it started.
— Zenia D’cunha (@ZENIADCUNHA) July 29, 2022

India’s desk tennis star @manikabatra_TT wins her first match in cwg22 in opposition to South Africa’s M.Kalam very convincingly in 3 straight video games the scores being 11-5,11-3 and 11-2

As she is defending her gold medal from the Cwg2018#ManikaBatra #CommonwealthGames2022 #TeamIndia
— Alkesh (@Alkesh008) July 29, 2022

#CommonwealthGames2022 MANIKA BATRA IS ON FIRE 


— Prince Shukla (@THEPRINCE580) July 29, 2022

 Manika Batra wins in straight units vs Kalam of South Africa. This ladies’s staff occasion is trying good for India to date! 

Rating: 11-5, 11-3, 11-2@manikabatra_TT | #B2022
— Ladies’s SportsZone #B2022 (@WSportsZone) July 29, 2022

Simply In In | India’s Manika Batra defeats South Africa’s Musfiquh Kalam by 3-0#CWG2022 #CWG22 #CommonwealthGames2022 #ManikaBatra #INDvsRSA @manikabatra_TT
— Rajan Nath (@The_Rajan_Nath) July 29, 2022

Crew India now have 2-0 lead within the Ladies’s Crew Championship. Earlier, Indian pair of Reeth Tennison and Sreeja Akula beat South African pair in straight set by 11-7 11-7 11-5.

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