Andrew Baggaley

Andrew Baggaley is England’s leading table tennis player in Commonwealth Games history, having picked up five medals across three tournaments. A three-time English national champion, Baggaley turned professional aged 13 and is one of just three playe...

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Joanna Parker

Joanna Parker has won a total of ten English national titles and at the 2010 Commonwealth Games she won mixed doubles bronze with partner Paul Drinkhall. Parker was influential in the women gaining promotion from the Challenge Division at last year’s...

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Kelly Sibley

Sibley is four-time English national singles champion and five-time winner of the doubles title. She competed for Great Britain at the London Olympic Games in 2012. She first represented Great Britain at the 2001 Senior European Championships in Italy havi...

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Liam Pitchford

Having made his Olympic debut at London 2012 at the age of just 19, Pitchford is now a two-time national individual champion having won the last two editions of the competition. He also became the first ever Englishman to win an individual table tennis meda...

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Na Liu

Raised in China’s north-east province of Liaoning, Na Liu started playing table tennis from the age of seven and moved to Belfast in 2001. She gained British citizenship in 2008 and represented Northern Ireland at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and list...

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Paul Drinkhall

London 2012 Olympian Drinkhall has four national singles titles and 10 doubles titles to his name. At the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Drinkhall won mixed-doubles gold alongside wife Joanna to add to a men’s team silver. He will be competing ...

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