Great Britain's Will Bayley insists that he is satisfied with winning a Paralympic silver in the Class 7 table tennis final.
Great Britain's Paralympic Class 7 table tennis silver medallist Will Bayley has insisted that he wouldn't have done anything differently, despite missing out on a gold medal.
The 24-year-old, who was competing in his second Games, settled for silver following a 3-1 defeat to Germany's Jochen Wollmert.
"I was confident going into the match because I've beaten him nine times out of the last 10," Kent Online quotes Bayley as saying.
"I was confident I was going to win but I have to hold my hands up and say he played better than me. I don't have any regrets because I have given it everything for four years."
Bayley's 47-year-old opponent has won a medal in all seven Games that he has been a part of.
Result: Silver for Bayley in Class 7 >