Following last season’s successful return, the Swansea Open is back for 2023. The yearly open played at Swansea University’s Swansea Bay Sports Park in the heart of Swansea.
The two-day event will see events from U11’s to U21’s on the Saturday and Mens and Womens and Veterans events on the Sunday. Each event will have a main event and a plate event along with live tweeting of results and live photos over the club’s social media channels.
The event is open to all players and last year had players from all over the UK, to check out the event video and photos from last years event along with the online entry system check out the event website here
Table Tennis at Swansea University is one of 6 high performance sports with athletes receiving high performance coaching, sport science services, athlete lifestyle management, physiotherapy and strength and conditioning support.
The programme currently offers 6+ hours of on the table training and for our high-performance players there are separate 1-2-1 or 1-2-2 multiball sessions. The performance programme is fully supported by Table Tennis Wales with exclusive opportunities to link up and train with the Welsh National squad sessions and joint training camps.
The university also offers Talented Athlete Scholarship Schemes (TASS) to highly talented student athletes with financial benefits and a support package which may include; strength and conditioning training, physiotherapy, psychological aid, video analysis and Sport science support and nutritional advice, all delivered by qualified practitioners.
“Swansea University are delighted to open our doors to the table tennis community and invite players to compete at the Swansea Open. This event is of huge significance to us and demonstrates our commitment and intent on delivering table tennis opportunities”– James Mountain Strategic Sports Manager