You don’t have the motivation to play table tennis? So please read this article. Ibrahim Hamadtou – the love of table tennis
A huge motivation for table tennis
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This is Ibrahim Hamadtou, athlete of the Egyptian sports delegation at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics.
Having lost both arms in a train accident at the age of 10, Ibrahim Hamadtou shows us how much he loves playing table tennis.
Use the mouth to hold the racket, use the tips of the toes to serve the ball. Ibrahim Hamadtou worked hard day by day and until today, the 48-year-old man has participated in the Paralympics twice in a row (2016 – 2020).
Here is my video interview about him:
Here is the real model for table tennis lovers, the real hero of table tennis:
Chang the way to consider the handicap
Egyptian Ibrahim Hamadtou changes to table tennis mentality despite of his handicap.
Hamadtou once shared that: “Disability is not in the arms or legs, disability is the lack of perseverance in what you want to do”.
Ibrahim Hamadtou created a sensation at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. Five years later, he also participates in those in Tokyo.
With both arms amputated, this Egyptian table tennis player plays with the racket between his teeth and serves with his feet.
The table tennis player who plays with the mouth
Ibrahim Hamato, the table tennis player who plays with the mouth. Ibrahim Hamato created a sensation at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. Five years later, he also participates in those in Tokyo. With both arms amputated, this Egyptian table tennis player plays with the racket between his teeth and serves with his feet.
Playing table tennis without arms is the feat that Egyptian Ibrahim Hamato, 48, has achieved after many years of training. Revealed at the Paralympic Games in Rio five years ago, the table tennis player is selected for Tokyo and intends to come back with a medal.
Respect to him.
Respect to his love to table tennis!
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