NANTES TABLE TENNIS ACADEMY
EXPERIENCED COACHING TEAM
Trained by experienced, international coaches: Thierry Priou, former French national team coach, and Loïc Bobillier, former French national player.
PERSONALIZED FOR EACH PLAYER
We know that each player needs different care in order to achieve his goals. In Nantes we offer personalized practice, in small groups, with a daily dedication to each player’s progress
STRONG PRACTICE PARTNERS
Join and practice with a strong group of players such as Paul Gauzy, Damien Provost, Dorin Calus, Guy Elensky and others.
DON’T CHOOSE BETWEEN TABLE TENNIS AND PERSONAL LIFE
In Nantes you will enjoy a superior sport-life balance in the heart of the city of Nantes, the 6th biggest city in France. Nantes is frequently mentioned as the best city to live in France thanks to its proximity to nature, affordable living costs, a large range of universities, vibrant cultural scene and multiple sports clubs at a high level.
STUDY AND PLAY
Players wishing to study would enjoy a wide choice of educational paths, with the possibility in some universities, to benefit from lighter timetables in order to combine studying and practice.
NO NEED TO WORRY FOR LODGING AND MEALS
We can offer you to lodge in Nantes’ sports center at an attractive price, including 3 meals per day or rent an apartment independently. It’s your choice.
Tel : +33 6 15 05 20 47
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
EXPERIENCED INTERNATIONAL STAFF
Loïc Bobillier – main coach
9 times medalist in European Youth Championships, former
With the right practice method and perseverance, we believe that every player can achieve his most ambitious goals
Thierry Priou – advisor
Thierry has been the Head coach of French U15 national team for more than 13 years. Winning dozens of medals in European Youth Championships, Thierry has become a true coaching reference. He will bring his rigor, his professionalism and his taste for victory.
“Nantes is a dynamic city where I can enjoy both worlds: study and keep playing at a high-level in table tennis“Paul Gauzy