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TTEIbrahim Hamadtou, a paralympian from Egypt, grabbed the limelight after he qualified for the Paralympics for the first time.

Hamadtou, who lost both arms above the elbow in a childhood train accident, uses his toes to toss the ball while serving and holds the racket in his mouth.

Not only this, with a racket in his mouth he is able to keep pace with his opponents.

Although he lost in his Paralympic debut, the paralympian said he was elated to be a part and represent his country.

Watch the video of Hamadtou below and get inspired by his dedication.