CWG 2022: Bhavina Patel’s history of Commonwealth Games gold | India’s Bhavina Patel wins Gold at Para Table Tennis Classes 3 5 at CWG 2022
Commonwealth Games 2022: India’s Bhavina wins gold in Women’s Singles Class 3-5 category in Para Table Tennis at Commonwealth Games.
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Birmingham: By bringing gold to the country late in the night, he left the name of India in the history pages (India) Star paddler Bhavina Patel (Bhavina Patel). I don’t think he did what he failed to do in Tokyo Paralympics for a while, this time in Birmingham. In the current Commonwealth Games (Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022) He made history by confirming the medal on Friday. It was just waiting to turn gold. The ninth day of the Commonwealth brought the country 13th gold medal. The ninth day of the Commonwealth is wrapped in gold, silver and bronze for India. Para athletes are also making the country proud in this Commonwealth. And I don’t think the rhythm with which he started the tour of this multi sports event, the countrymen were hoping for gold from him. I don’t think he lived up to that hope.
Bhavina lost to Nigeria’s Christiana Ikpewi in the women’s singles Class 3-5 division final in para table tennis. Bhavina won the gold by defeating the Nigerian paddler 3-0. The result of the match is 12-10, 11-2, 11-9 in favor of Bhavina. I don’t think he gave India a second gold as a para athlete. Earlier in Men’s Para Powerlifting, Sudhir made history by winning gold for India in Men’s Heavyweight category with 87.30 kg. This time Bhabina also did it. However, as a para athlete, I don’t think he has brought India a third medal from the Commonwealth Games this time. Before her, another Indian paddler, Sonal Patel, won the bronze medal in women’s singles class 3-5 in para table tennis. Sonal defeated England’s Sue Bailey by 11-5, 11-2, 11-3.
BHAVINA WINS G🤩LD
With a straight 3-0 victory over 🇳🇬’s I. Ikpeoyi, Bhavina maintains her unbeaten streak at #B2022 🔥
— SAI Media (@Media_SAI) August 6, 2022
Though Bhavina-Sonal Parle, Indian paddler Raj Aurobindo lost the bronze medal match. India’s Raj Aurobindo lost 11-3, 11-6, 11-9 to Isau Ogunkunle of Nigeria in the Men’s Singles Class 3-5 bronze medal match in Para Table Tennis.