We have four training camps in summer 2018.

Sessions run from 8AM to 1PM and from 4PM to 9PM. Sessions include multi ball, footwork exercises, technique and tactics, serving practice and fitness. Each participant will have daily schedule, based on playing level and training goal. The head coaches are Aleksandar Karakasevic, Bojan Tokic, Rade Markovic and  Slobodan Grujic, with their team of coaches alongside professional sparring partners and other players specially selected to help with your own personal development.

Aleksandar Karakašević (born December 9, 1975, in ZemunSR SerbiaYugoslavia) is a Serbian table tennis player. His incredible feeling and powerful backhand has helped him win against some of the top players in the world. He won a bronze medal on 2011 European Championship. One of his greatest result achieved in USA is his victory at the US Open Championship, July 2007, where he established himself as a world class athlete, winning the tournament title for the 3rd time by defeating Kurashima Yosuke from Japan with the result of 4:0.

Bojan Tokič born 13 January 1981 in JajceSR Bosnia and HerzegovinaSFR Yugoslavia, (now) Bosnia and Herzegovina) is a Slovenian table tennis player of Bosnian origin.

Tokič has participated on 2008 Summer Olympics in BeijingChina[3] where he lost in the third round to the eventual champion Ma Lin,[4] and the 2009 World Table Tennis Championships in YokohamaJapan.[5][6][7] In 2010 Tokič attended the 2010 Slovenian Open international table tennis tournament.[8] In October 2011 he won a bronze medal in both the Singles and Doubles competitions of the 2011 European Championships. At the 2012 Olympics, he again lost in the third round, this time to Gao Ning of Singapore.[9]

At the 2016 Olympics in Rio he lost in round 4 against Dimitrij Ovtcharov. Bojan took the lead of 1-0 after playing the longest table tennis game in history of Olympic games scoring 64 points total which means he won 33 to 31. In the first game he suffered a pain in his right hand which disabled him to play at his best. At the end he lost 4:1

Slobodan Grujic

Rade Markovic