Bhavina Patel is a professional Indian parathlete and a table tennis player. She represented Indian in the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games where she won a silver medal for India. The table tennis player is coached by Nikul Patel and she plays events like Para Table Tennis C4. Check Bhavina Patel Net Worth, Salary, Record, Achievements & Endorsements.
She ranks 12th in the game as of August 2021. Check out more details about the Bhavina Patel net worth, salary, record achievements and endorsements. Also, take a look at other information about Bhavina Patel here on this page.
Bhavina Patel Net Worth
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Bhavina Patel Achievements
Bhavina is a Para Table Tennis C4 player. She plays the game representing India at international level. She take part in the Women’s para table tennis events.
Recently Bhavina wins Silver Medal at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games as the singles C4.
|2020 Tokyo Paralympics Games||Silver||Singles C4|
|PTT Thailand Table Tennis Championship (2011)||Silver||The individual category|
|Asian Para table tennis championship in Beijing (2013)||Silver||Singles C4|
|Asian Para Table Tennis Championship in Beijing (2017)||Bronze||Singles C4|
She is also a winner of the gold and silver medals at different competition. Bhavina plays the game in her wheelchair.
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Bhavina Patel Bio
|Full Name||Bhavina Hasmukhbhai Patel|
|Event Name||Bhavina Patel|
|Birth Place||Sundhiya, Mehsana, Gujarat, India|
|Rank||12th (August 2021)|
|Medal Records||Silver Medal at 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games|