Austria? No, Australia!

27.11.2013

 

The Werner Schlager Academy is well-known for offering perfect training conditions to players of all levels from every continent and every region around the world.

 

The player with the longest distance to travel currently has pitched her tents in Schwechat. It is the 13 years Darcie Morton from Australia. A native of Orbost near Canberra, the right-handed player is one of the most promising young talents in Australia.

 

 

A country dominated by Australian Rules Football and Cricket, however, still must work hard for being successful in table tennis. Apart from the Olympic-starter and world number 135 William Henzell, the continent has a huge need to catch up in the fastest sport in the world.

William Henzell has been one of the first WSA players. In preparation for the 2012 Olympic Games in London he lived in Schwechat and trained here every day.

 

A challenge Darcie likes to meet. "At the moment I am preparing for the Czech Open in Hodonin. My long term goals are in any case a constant improving and the jump into the national team of Australia. The training at the Werner Schlager Academy provides me with all the options for developing perfectly. "

 

In this sense, the entire team of the Werner Schlager Academy wishes good luck, health and success for the tasks ahead in the great world of table tennis.

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