India’s Manoj Sarkar on Saturday won the bronze decoration in the men’s singles (SL3) badminton occasion to better India’s award count at the continuous Tokyo Paralympics in Japan. He crushed Japan’s Daisuke Fujihara 22-20,21-13 in the last to proceed with’s India’s decoration surge.
Manoj needed to fight hard against his Japanese partner in the main game. Notwithstanding driving 18-14, the Indian was shocked by Fujihara’s rebound, who raged to the game point opportunity first. Be that as it may, Manoj kept his nerves and in the long run asserted the game 22-20.
Quickly, he dominated the second game 21-13 to seal one more award for the country in badminton.
Prior, Manoj’s Paralympics crusade didn’t get off to a splendid beginning in Group A. He lost his first game 10-21, 23-21,9-21 to comrade Pramod Bhagat.
In any case, he won his second gathering 21-16,21-9 against Ukraine’s Oleksandr Chyrkov to make the elimination rounds. In the last-four phase, he went to Great Britain’s Daniel Bethell 8-21,10-21 to meet all requirements for the bronze decoration match.