Unseeded para shuttler, Sukant Kadam, dissapoint a form book by clinching a singles and doubles bronze medals in a recently-concluded Spanish Para-Badminton International 2017 hold during Pabellón Municipal Alcudia, Majorca, Spain.
The 24-year-old shuttler, trainee during a badminton academy run by former inhabitant singles badminton champion Nikhil Kanetkar in Pune and disabled with incapacity in a left leg, won a singles and doubles bronze medals in a ‘SL 4’ category of a event, pronounced a media release.
“My aim was a bullion in this competition, though once a draws were out we realised a going was going to be tough as we had a tip seed in my path,” pronounced Kadam.
Playing his initial contest of a year Kadam finished his debate by losing to a soaring top-seed Lucas Mazur (France) 15-21 10-21 in a singles semis.
In doubles, a Sangli-born actor and compatriot Umesh Vikram Kumar went down fighting to a second seeded English span Daniel Bethell and Bobby Griffin 17-21 21-13 21-13.
In a four-player organisation theatre in singles he surfaced his organisation with an all-win record that enclosed a scalp of third seed Raul Anguiano (Guatemala) whom he kick 21-17 22-10.
Success in Spain is a third for Kadam in general competitions. Earlier, he won a singles bronze during a Ireland Para Badminton International 2016 and afterward a doubles bronze in a Asian Championship in China hold in Nov 2016, a recover added.
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