High speed and quick reactions are very evident in all aspects of Table Tennis as players use the same world-class techniques as their non-disabled colleagues. Table tennis competitions are grouped in standing, wheelchair and intellectually disabled events with men and women, competing in individual and team events.
One match consists of five sets, each set is played until eleven points have been reached. The rules set out by the International Table Tennis Federation also apply to the Paralympic Table Tennis competitions with slight modifications for wheelchair athletes. The Table Tennis classification system is comprised of 10 functional classification classes and one class for athletes with intellectual disability. For a full breakdown on Table Tennis Classification, visit the Australian Paralympic Committee website.


TRY

AWD Table Tennis training sessions are now available for all players with a disability at the venues listed below.  

SYDNEY

AWD Table Tennis Weekly Training
Location: Kim’s Training Centre, 621 Victoria Road, Ermington NSW
Time: Saturdays 6pm – 8pm
For more information contact Soyeon Kim (0416 704 643)

Wheelchair Table Tennis Weekly Training
Location: Fairfield Cabramatta PCYC, Corner of Railway Parade & McBurney Road, Cabramatta NSW
Time: Saturdays 2pm – 5pm
For more information contact Table Tennis NSW on (02) 8736 1266

Wheelchair Table Tennis Weekly Training
Location: Kim’s Training Centre, 621 Victoria Road, Ermington NSW
Time: Saturdays 6pm – 8pm
For more information contact Soyeon Kim (0416 704 643)


GET STARTED

Contact Table Tennis NSW
(02) 8736 1266


PARTNERING ORGANISATION

Table Tennis NSW
Table Tennis Australia

ABOUT US

Wheelchair Sports NSW (WS NSW), formed in 1961, is a charitable organisation with a mission to enrich the lives of people living with a disability through participation in sport.

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