Indian para-badminton players, led by Para World Championships bronze-medallist Sukant Kadam, clinched six gold medals at the Peru Para-Badminton International tournament in Lima. World No. 3 Kadam beat Singapore’s Chee Heong Aung 21-14 21-15 in the men’s singles SL4 category final, while Nihal Gupta defeated France’s Mathieu Thomas 21-16 21-14 in the SL3 category. .
After winning the title, Kadam said, “I am very happy with the result, I was training hard. It was a good year for me and I hope to maintain this consistency next year as well.” In the women’s section, Nitya Sri Sumati Sivan and Mandeep Kaur won the SH6 and SL3 singles titles respectively. Nitya beat Peru’s Guiliana Poveda Flores 21-6 21-13 while Mandeep beat Ukraine’s Oksana Kozina 21-11 21-11.
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Men’s doubles pair of Nihal and Breno Johan (SL3-SL4) and women’s doubles pair of Parul Parmar and Vaishali Nilesh Patel (SL3-SU5) also won gold medals in their respective events. Nihal and Breno defeated the Peruvian pair of Renzo Diquez Benzes Morales and Pedro Pablo de Vinaccia 21-16 21-13, while Parul and Vaishali defeated the Peruvian pair of Kelly Edith Ari Escalante and Mandeep 21-17 21-19. Defeated.