Bhavina Patel makes history as the first-ever Table Tennis player to secure a medal in the Paralympics. Tokyo Paralympics 2020 has already enough buzz around the globe. On August 27, Bhavina defeated the world’s 5th Borislava Peric Rankovic of Serbia and entered the semi-finals. The Women’s singles Class 4 event resulted in a historical occasion. The 34 years old Bhavina Hasmukhbhai Patel was born and brought up at Sundhiya village in the Mehsana district of Gujarat. After the event, the whole country filled social media platforms congratulating the amazing player and wishes her the best for the next stage.
This Saturday the semi-finals are to be played where Bhavina Patel Table tennis player in olympics is going to face China’s Zhang Miao. Post the quarter-finals Bhavina asked her country to keep supporting her as she stated that she believes India’s support would definitely help her win the match. Amid all the negativity being spread like wildfire all over the world, this news surely brings lots of light and optimism to the country. Be it a bronze or any of the other two, this event is to be highlighted forever in India’s pride list.