Tokyo paralympics: krishna nagar wins 5th gold medal for india in paralympics games.

Krishna Nagar gave India it’s fifth gold medal at the Tokyo Paralympic Games with a hard-fought win over Hong Kong’s Chu Man Kai in the final of the men’s singles (SH6) event on Sunday. This was the second gold medal for India in badminton in Tokyo after Pramod Bhagat won the men’s singles title in the SL3 event on Saturday. Krishna Nagar produced yet another fine showing to win the final 21-17, 16-21, 21-17 in a match lasting a total of 43 minutes.

Having blown away Great Britain’s Krysten Coombs in the semi-finals, the second-seeded Indian went into the final as the hot favourite.

However, Krishna Nagar didn’t have it all his way in the final against his opponent from Hong Kong.

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He started the first game on the front foot but Chu Man Kai was always close behind and the Hong Kong shuttler went into the mid-game interval holding a slender lead.

With Nagar making too many unenforced errors, Chu Man Kai soon opened a 16-11 lead. But the Indian came storming back and made it 15-16, only trailing by a point.

Nagar lost just one more point in the first game as he trailed 15-17. From then on in, he won six points in a row to leave his opponent shell-shocked and take the first game 21-17.

This paralympics games india is getting better and better and better and dream run for india in paralympics games is continuing.

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