Playing professionally

Table Tennis Training and Drills

Last updated 6 years ago

shahed mahmood

shahed mahmood Asked 6 years ago

dear coach,

   i live in Bangladesh, an Asian country, where table tennis game is not importantly taken.... i have won 2 under fifteen national championships and was the runner up of 1 national championship.... after i won them, i was famous for about 2 weeks and then nobody cared for what i did.... i want to be a table tennis player professionally but i find no chances here. what should i do?... 

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 6 years ago

Hi Shahed,

Firstly, congratulations on your excellent results.  Keep working on your game.  

In a few years see if you can get an opportunity to play some international events.  It will still take a few years of development to get to the level of playing professionally which you can do with hard training in Bangladesh.

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shahed mahmood

shahed mahmood Posted 6 years ago

i am thinking of moving to some other country because i find it rather impossible to be professional here.......... should i do it?.... and if i should, where should i move coach?..

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 6 years ago

That is a big move...


Oliver Posted 6 years ago

Perhaps go on a few international training camps first? I know William Henzell trained overseas and still plays for Aus

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