Life Coaching

It’s a very difficult question to answer, how important are parents in table tennis, or as a sporting parent in general? Personal experience: Many know by now from previous blogs my story. A single parent and a single child, but did my circumstances enable or disable me? My mum was very supportive in terms of […]

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As a single child with a single parent, I had no choice but to be comfortable with the uncomfortable. I didn’t know at the time that it would be my secret table tennis success. Many days and nights I would roam the streets in our local neighbourhood/area. Aged four it all began, my father left […]

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Table Tennis Discipline makes a difference? I’m currently leading an Easter Table Tennis Training Camp in Malta. At the HiTT Academy in Valletta run by world-renowned TT coach Mario Genovese. The moment I stepped into the training hall, I instantly noticed something extra special! Let me paint the picture for you before I reveal what […]

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    Sister’s death inspires ten-year-old table tennis prodigy. Miri Rosenberg took up the sport of Table Tennis in 2016 as a way to cope with the sudden passing of her sister, Liora. Miri currently 10 years old has excelled in table tennis since the death Miri – Training with Eli Baratyof her sister, Liora, in […]

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Growing up as a single child and a with a single parent (mum) can be very hard on both, but table tennis saved my life. Personally, I had some extremely tough times tough times but for me, it was all a journey and one I would not change in any way! Looking back I can’t […]

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Don’t ever question yourself! We fight an countless amount of external forces when playing a match or competition. But our biggest enemy is non-other than YOU!  Momentum: How a game/match sways can be out of your control at times and it can change at any-time, due to; tactical change, external factors of some sort, or that voice inside […]

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It’s an inevitable part of the game “table tennis losses” and it’s unavoidable! Greater London Table Tennis Championships I witnessed the Greater London Championships a week ago and watched hundreds of players competing. Each player was trying to win and after speaking to players it was clear that most who lost blamed themselves. Often this […]

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When I first started playing table tennis (1996) at the age of 14, after watching ‘Forrest Gump’ I wanted to be World Champion! But I didn’t know how to get what I want in table tennis. I was naive like ‘Forrest’ but truly believed I would become ‘World Champion’ one day.   Playing lots is not enough! […]

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