I am a Table Tennis England qualified coach (level 2) and work with players of all standards.
I was relative late comer to table tennis. I played on and off during my youth, but it wasn’t until I was in my mid-twenties when I started playing regularly. The seemingly simple challenge of hitting a small ball, with a small bat, over a small net soon turned into a lasting passion. The sport is not as simple as it looks! To develop the movement, coordination and technique to return balls travelling up to 100 kilometres per hour can take a lifetime to master.
I played for many years in the Central London Table Tennis League for Finsbury Table Tennis Club, before setting up and representing Highbury Table Tennis club. In 2013, I moved to Cambridge and now coach and play in the city and surrounding areas. I’m currently captain for the Cambridge-Parkside Table Tennis Club first team.
I offer 1 to 1 coaching to players of all standards – you may be a complete beginner wanting to learn the basics or an elite player preparing for a tournament. With my knowledge and experience of playing table tennis, I can help you achieve your goals.
I write articles about table tennis – anything from training tips to match tactics, equipment guides to opinion pieces. Take a look at my blog page to see my latest posts.
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I am DBS (formally CRB) checked and first aid qualified.