Victoria ensures the membership, website, and marketing run smoothly. But can she play? She dubiously claims the championship title of the office mini ping pong table.
Phi competed in Germany for over 12 years, captaining his team to great success. Phi likes to play tricks on you. He chops passively, lulling you into a false sense of security. Then he launches his attack out of nowhere, and it’s all over.
Miguel is certified by Table Tennis England (TTE) and was the Head Coach for one of the biggest clubs in Spain. His CV includes working with the Spanish national table tennis team. He was employed by TTE in scouting out talented young players.
Rodica was trained in Romania where she was quickly spotted as a rising star. She is a popular coach at the TTFC open sessions, but make no mistake, her play is very consistent and she rarely loses points.
Ineke hosts many of our social events. Show her a weapon (TTFC speak for ‘bat’) and she won’t resist playing with it, no matter what you do. You’ve been warned.
Kris is very hard to beat because of his power and swiftness. Having won tournaments in Bulgaria, he’s not afraid to execute difficult shots. As a result, Kris is entertaining to watch and impossible to outpace.
Nick is not only a high-level player, but also a very experienced coach, having been awarded the Young Coach of the Year by the governing body. His style involves hunting for weak balls to attack. You should be trembling in fear.
Cristina manages our social media and also coordinates some of our social events. Having participated in national competitions in Moldova, she is a consistent and innovative player. Let’s face it, you will lose and there’s no shame in it.
Matt trained at the famous Levallois table tennis club in France where giants such as Jean-Philippe Gatien and Patrick Chila honed their skills. As a defender with long pimples rubber, he is bound to test your attacking ability to the limit.
Glyn is a former Scottish junior international player. Not only did he play for the Cambridge University first team while studying there, he was also a medallist at British schools and universities level. His counter attack is unequaled in speed and power. You’d be lucky to get a few points off him.
Aged 15, Jonathan was number 4 in the whole of France. Having won the Parisian regional championships twice, Jonathan is one of the fastest players at TTFC. Throw him one weak ball and he will punish you without mercy.
As a young teenager, Dani trained in France with some of the best players of his generation. Returning from injury, he is now ready to use his tactical expertise to defeat eager challengers.
Trained in Spain, Alberto has superb technique and one of the most spinny games of all the members. Just returning his serve would be an achievement.
As a former Under 19 national player in India, Vinayak has won several championship titles at state and district level. His phenomenal power will leave you choking with fear. Good luck.
Agnes was ranked no. 1 in China in her junior age group. Yes you’ve read that right: number one in a country of 1.3 billion people. In 2008, she entered the professional Chinese team as a national player. Now certified as a first-level athlete in China, just playing with her is a privilege in itself.
Rob’s forehand is a cannonball. It’s so powerful that he always breaks a few balls while playing. Don’t play with your best bat against him unless you want it to be a candlestick.
Born in Hong Kong, Jason is the President of the Imperial College Table Tennis Club. He is also an active player in the British League as well as major TTE tournaments. If you dare to challenge him, good luck returning his mighty HURRICANE spin!
Sebastian’s laid-back demeanour hides a deadly weapon: an abundance of natural talent that will daze and surprise you. Ranked highly in the first division in Argentina, Sebastian is one to watch.
Ranked no. 3 in Stockholm, Helene has competed internationally and played in the first division of Sweden’s league. Playing against her is a workout you won’t forget.
Nicholas is ranked in the top 50 in England, and was the captain and number one at Cambridge University. An all-round player with an outstanding technique, his opponents stand little chance against him.
Matt was ranked in the top 20 in the country for cadet and went on to represent the south of England at all junior age groups. He was captain of the Bournemouth University team and also played in the area’s premier division. Although he has not played for some time, he has proven to be an all-round player with no real weakness.
Priyal has been part of the women’s national team of Mauritius since 2006. Other exploits include receiving a sports scholarship from Kent University where she captained their team to reach the final of the national championships, thus qualifying for the European Universities TT Championships. Priyal’s competitive experience allows her to beat stronger players. Do not underestimate her.