Stands remain empty again
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Despite tall claims by the organising committee that the ticket sales have been encouraging, the attendance at the CLTA Stadium continued to be dismal even on the second day. Yes, once again morning showers delayed the proceedings of the match, but as the day unfolded, it turned out to be good day for India. First, Vishu Vardhan defeated Jose Rubin Statham to put India ahead by 2-0 and then he paired with Divij Sharan, who was making his debut, to beat the Kiwi pair of Michael Venus and Daniel King Turner to help India give an unassailable 3-0 lead in the tie.
"There is no excitement in the tie now. But since Sanam is playing, we will definitely go and watch the match. After all, it's Sunday and even my kids can enjoy the matches," said Kanwalpreet Singh, a resident of Sector 38.
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