Bhavina Patel Claims Silver Glory at ITTF Korea International Tournament 2023


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In the realm of sports, the true spirit of determination and perseverance often shines brightest in the face of challenges. Bhavina Patel, a name synonymous with strength and resilience, recently etched her mark in history by winning a silver medal in the Women’s Single Class 4 event at the IITF Korean Para Open 2023.

Her extraordinary journey and triumphant victory serve as an inspiration to the world, transcending the boundaries of sports and disability.Bhavina Patel’s journey to success has been paved with unwavering determination and passion.

Diagnosed with polio at a young age, she could have easily succumbed to limitations, but she chose a different path – a path that led her to the world of para table tennis. Bhavina’s story is a testament to the human spirit’s ability to conquer adversity and transform challenges into opportunities.

Bhavina rose to World Rank 2 in 2011 after earning a silver medal at the PTT Thailand Open. She won silver in the Paralympics in Tokyo in 2020. She also won gold at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Bhavina won another championship for the country in 2023. Bhavina earned a silver medal at the ITTF Korea International Tournament 2023 in Korea, making India proud once more.

Bhavina Patel Achievements

Silver in singles category at PTT Thaliand Open 2011
Silver in Asian Para Table Tennis Championships in Beijing 2013
Silver in Paralympics Games 2020, Tokyo
Gold in Commonwealth Games 2022, Birmingham
Silver at ITTF Korea International Tournament 2023, Korea

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