Video: Will Bayley vows to come back stronger after Paralympic Games silver medal
Dorset's Will Bayley has vowed to return a stronger player in four years' time after being left disappointed with his Paralympic Games silver medal in London.
The world number one was beaten 3-1 by reigning Paralympic champion Jochen Wollmert in the class seven table tennis final at the ExCeL.
Bayley was left distraught after the defeat as the his German rival won through 11-8 4-11 11-5 11-4.
But having improved on his first appearance at the Paralympic Games in Beijing four years ago, where Bayley lost at the preliminary stage, the 24-year-old is already looking to better himself at Rio 2016.
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"I'm disappointed to get a silver medal because I feel like I'm the best player in the world at the moment," he said.
"I feel like I've let a few people down, but I'm happy to have something to show for it.
"We have played each other so many times on so many big occasions and I've just got to say well done to him, but I'll beat him in Rio.
"I wanted it so bad, I've pushed myself really hard and trained hard but it wasn't my time hopefully it will be in Rio."
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