Finn Luu and Xavier Dixon, both young talents backed by Banner Asset Management, are making waves on the global stage.

Finn Luu’s entrance into Deakin University was swiftly followed by a remarkable debut at the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Now, he’s set to step onto a grander stage, having earned a coveted spot at TTF Liebherr Ochsenhausen, a renowned German table tennis club. Simon Gerada, his mentor, believes this is akin to winning a major event, setting Finn on a trajectory toward the top echelons of the sport.

Equally impressive is Xavier Dixon, currently ranked 70th in the world. Xavier has been accepted into European Champions League champions Saarbrucken, where he’ll join TTC Zugbrücke Grenzau. Xavier has now established himself in Germany amongst the best in the business.

Inspiring Future Generations at LOOPS Table Tennis

Amid this excitement, LOOPS Table Tennis remains committed to inspiring the next generation. The club’s stalwarts, Melissa and Nathan Pellissier, continue to shine. Melissa’s quest for a 3rd Olympic and 4th Paralympic appearance continues in Korea while Nathan, who earned silver on debut, is poised to make history once again.

Furthermore, Melissa’s decision to join the LOOPS team as a coach in June 2024 adds a promising layer to the club’s future. LOOPS looks forward with confidence to a new generation of international-level athletes.

Nathan Pellissier

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