Para TT player Bhavina Patel guarantees India a medal as she coasts into final


The Tokyo Paralympics silver medallist thrashed England’s Sue Bailey 11-6 11-6 11-6 to seal her final berth.
The 35-year-old Gujarat paddler will take on Nigeria’s Christiana Ikpeoyi in the final on Saturday

Bhavinaben Patel. File Pic


India’s Bhavina Patel cruised to the women’s singles class 3-5 para table tennis final and assured herself of a medal at the Commonwealth Games here on Friday.

The Tokyo Paralympics silver medallist thrashed England’s Sue Bailey 11-6 11-6 11-6 to seal her final berth. The 35-year-old Gujarat paddler will take on Nigeria’s Christiana Ikpeoyi in the final on Saturday.

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Sonalben Patel, on the other hand, went down to Ikpeoyi 11-8 6-11 4-11 7-11. She will now face Bailey in the bronze medal match.


Raj Aravindan Alagar also lost 11-7 8-11 4-11 7-11 to Nigeria’s Nasiru Sule in the men’s 3-5 class semifinal. He will now cross swords with Nigerian Isau Ogunkunle in the bronze medal play-off on Sunday.

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