Tokyo Paralympics: Pramod Bhagat wins Gold medal in Men’s Singles Badminton SL3 final match

Indian Para-badminton player Pramod Bhagat won the gold medal in the Men’s Singles SL3 event. It was one of his best comeback wins in this game.

Another good news for India as Pramod Bhagat, the Indian para-badminton player have won the gold medal in the Tokyo Paralympic Games 2020. After a thrilling match, it was the Indian who clinched the medal at last. It is India’s 4th gold medal in this year’s Paralympics. Pramod has shown absolute class and with his exquisite comeback win, he added another medal to India’s tally.

The Indian para-badminton player was against Daniel Bethell of Great Britain in the final match of the Men’s Singles SL3. Pramod won both the sets played in this game. However, the game could have been gone to the third set but, because of the 33-year-old Indian’s comeback in the second one the game ended with 2-0 in favour of him. In this very tight final game, the first set scoreline was 21-14 with Pramod winning it easily against Bethell. But, the second set was indeed thrilling as Great Britain’s man was dominating since the start. Pramod was finding it difficult to score maybe because the sides changed in the second one.

Before the drinks break, the scoreline was leaned towards Great Britain’s player. Despite trailing by 7 points before the drinks break, Pramod kept his composure and believed that he is still in the game. The Indian started well after the break and grabbed some points from Bethell. Slowly and steadily 33-year-old Pramod equalized the score with Daniel. Not only this he also started taking the lead after the score of tied at 15-15. With such an impressive revival, Pramod Bhagat won the match by 21-17 and deservingly got the gold medal.

 

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