Bhavina's main goal is to win the gold medal.

Bhavina Patel wins in women's table tennis final of Class-4 . 35-year-old veteran from Gujarat beats Sue Bailey of England 11-6, 11-6, 11-6, 11-6 .

Ahmedabad, India (Anaheim): Bhavina Patel, a para paddler who lost out on winning the gold medal at the Tokyo Paralympics, had a dominant show on Friday, giving her another shot at the yellow metal in a multi-sporting extravaganza.The silver medalist in the Paralympics marched into the womens singles final of Class-4 without losing a game at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.On the NEC Table tennis court 6, the 35-year-old veteran from Gujarat thrashed Sue Bailey of England 11-6, 11-6, 11-6.Bhavina said the final was exciting, but that she would play Nigerians Ifechukwude Christiana Ikpeoyi, who defeated Bhavinas statemate Sonal Patel 8-11, 11-6, 11-4, and 11-7 in the Commonwealth Games.

Bhavina said she now concentrates on her only job, which is on hand.I'm very pleased with my win.Oriented to the future.I am gratified to have made it to the finals and have earned a medal.

Every match is a responsibility, and no matter what the occasion is, I will try to leave everything on the table tomorrow, she said.When asked about the difference between competing at Paralympics and Commonwealth Games, she said that Paralympics is the largest arena, and the best from around the world are there.The pressure is different for every sport, but it is equally important for every match in a multi-sport tournament.