Jack is Europe’s Champion


#21

It has taken him 10 years to get to where he is now.
It used to be every night training at least 3 hours and then tournaments at weekends plus gym sessions twice a week.
All financed by Dad. :scream:
Since his World title and the chance of going to Paralympics it is every day 8am to 4pm plus an evening when he coaches young players, plus gym and strength and conditioning sessions, and then an international tournament every month.
It is a full time job. He does get a lottery grant now but that has only been since April this year, but he will get financial support from Uksport until 2020 Paralympics.
It’s been quite a journey.


#22

Wow, bloody fantastic! :champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne::champagne:


#23


#24

Absolutely fantastic news. Everyone must be so proud of him. Team effort for everyone involved also deserve congratulations. :fireworks:


#25

Wow, what an achievement.


#26

Awesome!


#27

superb


#28

Fantastic. Congratulations to you all especially Jack.


#29

He is also the doubles champion too.


#30

Yep he won doubles too and is World no 1 in the doubles as well.


#31

Thanks for everyone’s kind words


#32

They are well deserved. Have another ‘well done, brilliant, congratulations’ from me


#33

Really well done Jack, you must be bursting with pride Tim. :+1: