Bhavinaben’s husband Nikul Patel said, “Bhavana wants to meet Sachin Tendulkar once and show Sachin the silver medal he won. We are trying to contact Sachin. We want to meet Sachin after his return home.” .
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Bhavna made a name in the history of table tennis
Bhawna became the second Indian female athlete to win a medal at the Paralympic Games. In the Table Tennis Class 4 women’s singles final, she lost 0–3 to world number one Zhou Ying of China. So he had to be content with the silver medal.
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This is India’s first Olympic medal in both Olympic and Paralympic table tennis. The current President of the Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) Deepa Malik won a silver medal in shot throw at the Rio Paralympics five years ago. With this she became the first Indian female athlete to win a medal at the Paralympic Games.
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Meanwhile, India has put up its best ever performance in the Tokyo Paralympics. Indian athletes have won 5 silver and 3 bronze medals including 2 gold.
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The medal winners of India are as follows –
Bhavinaben Patel (Table Tennis) – Silver
Nishad Kumar (Long Jump) – Silver
Avani Lekhara (Shooting) – Gold
Sumeet Antil (Spear) – Gold
Devendra Jhajdia (Spear) – Silver
Yogesh Kathunia (Daves) – Silver
Sunder Singh Gurjar (Spear) – Bronze
Sinharaj (Shooting) – Bronze
Mariyappan Thangavelu (High Jump) – Silver
Sharad Kumar (High Jump) – Bronze