University of Nottingham players on a recent training trip to China

University’s new sporting HQ promises to be a winner

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Paul Stimpson

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Nicola Deaton-Perry can’t wait for the opening of a new £40 million facility which will help the University of Nottingham’s table tennis programme become even more cutting edge.

The university this week released a vitrual tour of the David Ross Sports Village, which is under construction and will be completed next year.

It will feature a sportshall big enough for 20 badminton courts, plus a 200-station fitness suite, sports performance clinic, strength and conditioning centre, alongside other sports facilities.

Click here to take the virtual tour

Nicola, Director of the table tennis programme, said: “This new facility is very exciting and will undoubtedly help to enhance the already existing high performance Table Tennis programme.”

For more information on table tennis at the university, please contact Alex Perry on [email protected]

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