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Do you have what
it takes to win
our weekly league?

Become our undisputed champion. Get ready and come to the club to show everyone what you’re made of.

Become our undisputed champion. Get ready and come
to the club to show everyone what you’re made of.

Select your league day
and book your spot today!

Wednesday league (Beginners) - 7 pm

Wednesday league (Beginners) - 7 pm

Did we say beginners? Let us rephrase that!

Beginners in table tennis is a relative word since many people around the world play table tennis in their own unique way. Some of our Wednesday’s players are advanced ping pong players and some others bring their amazing tennis skills. Along with them, we have our table tennis students which are looking to perfect their technique and advance in our rankings.

What is the difference between table
tennis, tennis and ping pong?
A lot! But we are going to keep it short and simple. The answer is equipment and technique.

Equipment: In theory, all ping pong players have to use the same paddle.
he traditional ping pong paddle uses sandpaper instead of using professional rubbers, this means that the paddle can not create spin, is less consistent and the ball travels slower. However, nowadays, many ping pong players use recreational paddles. These paddles vary in quality and are a bit faster than the original ping pong paddle, but none of them can match a professional table tennis paddle.

2020 World championship of ping pong final

What is the main difference between tennis and table tennis?
Besides the equipment, is the technique. Table tennis strokes are more compact and explosive, this means that in a shorter stroke a table tennis player can produce more power, spin and speed than a tennis player, which is used to big swings. This creates a huge advantage for the table tennis player since he/she will be able to finish points in the blink of an eye. Finally, it is important to Keep in mind that since there are different levels in ping pong, tennis and table tennis, it is not out of the ordinary that these 3 different styles can compete and beat each other in the entry or intermediate level. This is why our Wednesday league is so unique and interesting, we are sure that you will not only train your body, but your brain too!
On the other hand, in table tennis you can find thousands of options when it comes to professional paddles and rubbers, this changes the speed and increases the consistency of the game dramatically. See for yourself:

Men's Singles Table Tennis Final - Olympics 2020

Now the question is, do you have what it takes to win our league and advance in our rankings?

Book your spot now and find out if you could be our next champion!
Note: You can find players in this league between 800 – 1400 in rating

If you are a member of WDCTT you don't have to pay to play in our weekly leagues*

Thursday league (Advance) - 7 pm

Thursday league (Advance) - 7 pm

Things are getting serious!

Now that you have made it this far, let’s see if you can become our next champion!
Our Thursday league offers a variety of different players with a lot of experience in the game. Some of our players have won different tournaments around D.C, Maryland & Virginia.
This league is definitely not for the faint of heart. Prepare for the workout of your life!
Note: You can find players in this league between 1500 – 2000+ in rating.

If you are a member of WDCTT you don't have to pay to play in our weekly leagues*

Sunday league
(Intermediate) - 4 pm

Sunday league
(Intermediate) - 4 pm

Good job! You are almost there!

Welcome to our Sunday league! If you are playing in this league, it means that your hard work has paid off.

Our Sunday league is our most balanced league and therefore many players find it really fun. In this league you will find players between 1200 to 1600 in rating, which means that every match that you play, you are almost guaranteed that it will be a close match.

Now if you are ready to play, you know what to do next!

If you are a member of WDCTT you don't have to pay to play in our weekly leagues*

Top predators

2300+ in rating

Top predators 2300+ in rating

It seems that now you are part

OF an exclusive breed of players

OF an exclusive
breed of players

and you deserve
a challenge!

If you are part of this elite group of people, give us a call or send us a message at 202-428-8364 and we will be happy to find you the perfect match.
WDCTT

Welcome to our

table tennis club
in Washington D.C!

By becoming a member you will not only get access to our amazing facility but also will enjoy all the benefits that comes with it, such as discounts, promotions and events.

Are you ready to take your

table tennis game
to the next level?

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Junior <18/Student/Senior 65*
$350
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Adult
Limited Access
(Up to twice per week)
Family (2-3 people)*

Now that you are a member

come and challenge yourself during our weekly league nights and become our undisputed champion!

come and challenge yourself during our weekly
league nights and become our undisputed champion!

Wednesday

 7 pm – 9 pm – Beginners

Thursdays

7 pm – 9 pm – Advance

Sundays

4 pm – 9 pm – Intermediate

Khaleel
Asgarali

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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