by Ian Marshall, Editor
A total of 16 students, of whom five were women, attended; the expert on duty was Wajira Wickramasinghe.
“The participants’ knowledge was pretty good because they had played table tennis since their childhood. There were also some participants who had played national level table tennis for Sri Lanka. The enthusiasm shown towards this course was very high; I enjoyed it a lot and hope to continue these types of coaching courses in the future.” Wajira Wickramasinghe.
A delighted course conductor, likewise the responses from the students were most positive.
“We were mostly interested in the physical sessions; the expert on duty was very helpful. Thanks a lot for organizing such an amazing coaching course.
“All the sessions were very interesting. We liked it a lot and hope to engage in those types of coaching courses in the future.”
Most certainly everyone responded to the efforts of Wajira Wickramasinghe.
“My thanks to the International Table Tennis Federation, the Table Tennis Association of Sri Lanka and the Andro Table Tennis Academy for the support they gave to make this course a success. Special thanks go to Ms.Yelena Druzhkova and Mr. Ramon Ortega Montes for their valuable advice and the guidance they have given throughout the course.
One course concluded now another starts; a second ITTF/PTT Level One Course will be held from Friday 18th to Tuesday 22nd January.