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Khaleel Asgarali

Khaleel
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Khaleel Asgarali is a professional table tennis player and the owner of the Washington D.C Table Tennis Center. Khaleel has set himself the mission to increase the awareness of table tennis, more commonly known as ping pong, in the Washington D.C, Maryland, and Virginia areas.

In order to accomplish this, he helps players improve regardless of their age, fitness level, or skill level to become the best version of themselves– all the while being welcoming, patient, and professional as he is known to be around the globe.

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His professional career as a table tennis player started at a very young age. At 7 years old, Khaleel was already training table tennis at a high-intensity level next to his father Nazruddin Asgarali, a professional player for the Trinidad & Tobago national team.
His professional career as a table tennis player started at a very young age. At 7 years old, Khaleel was already training table tennis at a high-intensity level next to his father Nazruddin Asgarali, a professional player for the Trinidad & Tobago national team.

When Khaleel turned 11, he started to move up the table tennis ranks into the junior level for the United States. An achievement that not many can reach in their professional careers. This marked the next stage of his career, when he returned to Trinidad and Tobago, where he would go on to win the men’s singles national championship titles in 2003 and 2005. Later on in his career, Khaleel would go on to play in England and Sweden, helping him expand his knowledge of table tennis by learning from world-class professionals in the sport.

Currently, Khaleel is still a member of the German Table Tennis League. However, his most significant focus at this moment is his club in Washington D.C and nearby areas. Khaleel wishes to help those interested in table tennis to become excellent players through his training.

Currently, Khaleel is still a member of the German Table Tennis League. However, his most significant focus at this moment is his club in Washington D.C and nearby areas. Khaleel wishes to help those interested in table tennis to become excellent players through his training.

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  • Current 3rd Bundesliga German League Team
    member SPVgG/DJK Effeltrich
  • 2018 HCTTC Open Winner
  • 2017-2018 DJK Leutershausen German League
  • 2016-2017 SPVgG/ DJK Effeltrich German League
    Team Member (Division Champions)

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WDCTT closed May 14-15 to host tournament

WDCTT will be closed from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm on Saturday, May 14, and Sunday, May 15, in order to host our round robin tournament. There will be no lessons and no league on those days. Thanks, and we hope to see you at the tournament!

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Khaleel
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WDCTT owner and head coach

Khaleel Asgarali started playing table tennis at 7 years old. His father was a former national team member from Trinidad and Tobago and was Khaleel’s first coach. Moving to the top of the junior ranks in the USA, Khaleel returned to his home country of Trinidad and Tobago to win both junior and men singles national championship titles in 2003 and 2005. He has played professionally in leagues in England, Sweden and Germany and trained all over the world. He is still currently a professional player in the German League and a professional coach in the capital area.

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