How to enter local tournaments

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william dillon

william dillon Asked 10 years ago


i am only 12 years old but i have been playing table tennis since i was 7. i compete in table tennis tournaments with my school about 3 times a year but i would like to compete more often than this. my style of play is attacking especially on forehand. I live in margate, kent, england and i would not be able to play tournaments to far away from this area. I am a member of the I.T.T.T.A.  please help me find some local tournaments as i have looked for a long time over the internet. also would i be able to register for the ETTA at this level?

thanks in advance, bye.

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 10 years ago

Hi William,

The best thing is to find your local club.  This is the best step for any young player so that they start to see other players.  You will also find out about tournaments through them.

Try to contact the English Table Tennis Association and see if they know of any clubs close to you.  You can also search their website for other information about how to get into Table Tennis.

It is worthwhile pursuing this because it will really benefit your game.

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william dillon

william dillon Posted 10 years ago

thanks for your reply

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