Tokyo. Para athlete Bhavina Patel, who created history by reaching the final of women’s table tennis at the Tokyo Paralympics, says nothing is impossible with hard work. Chinese players are so strong in Para Table Tennis that Bhavina was always told that it was impossible to beat them.
“I have always believed that nothing is impossible if you give it your best shot,” Bhavina said after defeating Zhang Miao of China in the semi-finals of the Class 4 category of women’s singles at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo on Saturday. Today I did it.
Bhavina defeated world No. 3 and 2016 Rio Paralympic silver medalist Miao 3-2 (7-11, 11-7, 11-4, 9-11, 11-8) in a 34-minute match in the final. and ensured India its first medal in table tennis at the Paralympic Games.
Bhavina said, this is the first time that an Indian player has defeated a Chinese opponent. This is a big achievement for me. Everyone used to tell me that it is impossible to beat a Chinese player. But today I have proved that nothing is impossible in the world. Everything is possible if you want to do it.
He helped the people of the country, Paralympic Committee of India (PCI), Sports Authority of India (SAI), his sponsors Olympic Gold Quest (OGQ), Blind People’s Association, Ahmedabad (where he learned Table Tennis) and Target Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS). thanked for.
It is because of their support that I have reached this point today. Thanks everyone.
He said, I never considered myself to be a disabled person. Today I have proved that nothing is impossible.
Bhavina, a government employee working for ESIC in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, on Saturday became the first Indian table tennis player to reach the finals of the Paralympic Games.
“If I maintain the same standard of sport, I can win a gold medal, a level I never expected to reach when I started my journey in my first Paralympics,” she said.
In a video posted by the Paralympic Committee of India on Twitter, Bhavina said, “When I started I never thought I would reach this stage. I have come here with the aim of giving my 100 per cent in every sport and that is what I have done so far. If you give your 100 percent to something, then medals will come.
When asked about the final, Bhavina said she is mentally ready to take on Zhou Ying of China, whom she lost in her opening match in Tokyo.
Bhavina said, I am mentally ready for that match. I will give my 100 percent in that match too. (IANS)
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