Taking the courtroom first, Bhagat defeated compatriot Nitesh Kumar 21-19 21-19 in 53 minutes to clinch the gold medal within the males’s singles SL3 occasion.
🎉🇮🇳 @PramodBhagat83 after defending his🥇Gold Medal in Males’s Singles SL3 @ the🏸BWF #ParaBadminton World Championship… https://t.co/OC27FUtpwX
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Manisha, 17, then capped a dream debut when she beat Mamiko Toyoda of Japan 21-15 21-15 to emerge champion within the ladies’s singles SU5 class.
Congratulations Champion: 🇮🇳 Manisha RAMDASS defeats 🇯🇵 Mamiko TOYODA 21-15, 21-15 in WS-SU5 finals BWF ParaBadmint… https://t.co/W7VrqZ8ssa
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Nevertheless, the pair of Bhagat and Manoj Sarkar needed to be content material with a silver medal within the males’s doubles SL3-SL4 occasion.
The Indian duo squandered a recreation benefit to lose 21-14 18-21 13-21 in opposition to Hikmat Ramdani and Ukun Rukaendi of Indonesia.