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Nepal National Junior Training Camp

Sunday 22 December

 

ATTU “Aim for the Stars” Nepal National Junior Training Camp
 

A total 13 juniors, consisting of 6 boys and 7 girls, attended the ATTU Aim for the Stars National Junior Training Camp from 22nd  to 26th  December 2019 at Lainchour National Table Tennis Training Centre in Kathmandu, Nepal.

 

 

“The players gave 100% and were very sincere and receptive” according to Head Coach Anshul GARG of India, travelling to Nepal after concluding the 3 week South Asia Training Camp in New Dehli in November. He added” It was a good opportunity to develop skills in all aspects-physically, mentally, technically and tactically”

 

 

The training schedule consisted of morning and afternoon sessions, with the focus and attention on footwork and consistency and understand spin.

Anshul GARG added “I feel so proud to see the outcome they showed me in just five days: amazing footwork and power came in his or her strokes. Each and every player improved a lot in this camp specially Tamang Diksha (Female) and D.C Bedith  (Male) both of whom improved skills footwork and consistency due to their hard work along with the smart work. They were too much eager to learn.”

 

 

He continued “I would  also like to  show appreciation for  all the coaches and the entire ANTTA team  to give their 100% during this training camp ANTTA appointed 2 local coaches and many volunteers. Nabita Shreshtha, in particular, appointed as an assistant coach did so well with her dedication and knowledge about table tennis and the way she was guiding the players this was tremendous.”

 

 

The training session was appreciated by all the players and coaches.

Anshul concluded “I wish to put on record my deep appreciation to the efforts being undertaken by  ATTU Aim for the Stars and ANTTA  for their kind support and trust in me as a Coach”

Selected players and coaches from this training camp will also travel to Anshul Garg Academy 18-28 January as part of the ATTU Aim for the Stars support for Nepal.


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