In a remarkable feat at just 9 years old, Joseph Sebatindira, a rising star in the world of table tennis, has already etched his name in the sport’s history. Hailing from Nakasero Club, this talented young player made waves last year by clinching a gold medal at the World Table Tennis Championship in Egypt, all in his debut appearance on the international stage.
Joseph’s journey to success continued as he recently emerged triumphant at the national qualifiers held in Lugogo over the weekend. This victory earned him a coveted spot at the upcoming All Africa Games scheduled to take place in Ghana from March 8th to 23rd. Undeterred by his age, Joseph is setting his sights on another gold medal, eager to showcase his prowess and dedication on the continental platform.
Commenting on Joseph’s exceptional talent and achievements, Robert Jjagwe, the President of the Table Tennis Association, expressed his excitement about the opportunities awaiting the young prodigy. Jjagwe anticipates that Joseph’s success will not only bring recognition to the sport but also open doors for potential sponsorships and scholarships, paving the way for a promising future in the world of table tennis.