Receive coaching from World
Championship medallists, Commonwealth
Games medallists, international players,
GB Paralympic coaches, and
national champions!

Advantage Table Tennis is running its third two-day Training Camp on the 29th and 30th December at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield. We are very proud to provide a very strong coaching team with a vast pedigree of international experience, at the best venue around.

The aim of the two-day Camp is to provide a wide range of modern-day training and techniques used by world class players. The training camp will start at 10am and finish at 4pm on both days. Players will be split into groups and each group will move through a coach-led circuit. Each component of the circuit will focus on a particular aspect of the game. In addition, Sam Walker will be there as a practice partner and will be practising with as many players as possible across the two days.

In addition there will be a Q&A session, led by elite coach graduate and UK Sport Coaching Fellowship member Greg Baker.

There are limited places available on the camp so be sure to book ASAP to guarantee your spot below.

Coaches & Staff

Matthew Kenny

Head coach of Advantage Table Tennis, coach for GB Paralympic TT squad, former National Junior Champion and former England international

Greg Baker

Head coach of the GB Paralympic TT squa, graduate of UK Sport’s Elite Coach programme and former England international

Andrew Rushton

2x British Men’s Singles Champion, 3x Commonwealth Games medalist and Team GB Paralympic Table Tennis Coach

Sam Walker

World and Commonwealth Games medalist and Team GB Olympic Table Tennis player

Jaime Morgan Hitchcock

Advantage Table Tennis Academy Manager and British Paralympic Table Tennis board member

"Just a quick message to thank the Advantage Table
Tennis Team for an outstanding summer camp. Peter attended
both days and was blown away by the friendliness and quality
of coaching - in his own words 'the best camp he's attended'"

Jane Smallcombe - mother of England junior
player Peter Smallcombe