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Table tennis: Polish Paralympian Partyka  into second  round

24.07.2021 12:30
Polish Olympian and Paralympian Natalia Partyka eased into the second round  of  the table tennis women's singles at Tokyo Olympics.
Natalia Partyka (R) in action against Michelle Bromley during the Table Tennis Womens Round  1 of  the 2020 Olympic Games at Metropolitan Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan, 24 July 2021.
Natalia Partyka (R) in action against Michelle Bromley during the Table Tennis Women's Round 1 of the 2020 Olympic Games at Metropolitan Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan, 24 July 2021. Photo: EPA/PAP Hedayatullah Amid

She easily defeated Australia's Michelle Bromley 4-0 (11:3, 11:5, 11:5, 11:7) on Saturday and is now set to face Egypt's Dina Meshref  in the second round on Sunday at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium.

Born without a right forearm, 31-year-old Partyka, for two decades has continued to challenge herself on both the Para and able-bodied circuit.

In Tokyo she is representing Poland at her fourth Olympics and sixth Paralympics Games. She was the youngest Paralympian in table tennis history when she competed at Sydney 2000 aged just 11.

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Source: PAP, Reuters