Long time Oceania stalwart, Ocean Belrose, is making a return to international competition.
“I am really excited to play and participate to the World Championships in Düsseldorf. I have been practicing a lot outside of my study time. I never stopped playing table tennis actually, trying to participate to every tournament. I played the France Table Tennis University Championships, and a couple of other events before heading to Düsseldorf.” Ocean Belrose
Competing in Germany means a lot to Belrose, and he isn’t going to let the chance go by without showing off some of his best table tennis.
“This is going to be awesome! I can’t wait to be part of this! I’m going try to increase my level on every point at this event, and win the most of victories possible. I’ll maybe also make a behind the back-shot or backhand around the net.” Ocean Belrose
Meanwhile, Hugo Gendron is just going to soak up the experience.
“Actually I don’t really believe it ! It’s a big experience, for sport and as a human experience. So I’m really exciting about this trip and I just hope to win maybe one set and why not a match.” Hugo Gendron
The pair will join Kenji Hotan while Brenda Lui and Tearo Le Caill will be battling it out in the Women’s Singles draw in Düsseldorf.