Table Tennis Club Reopens

SaddleBrooke Table Tennis Club member Brenda Dawson concentrates on her serve.

Greg Hlusko

The SaddleBrooke Table Tennis Club started playing again in the spring after a long closure due to COVID-19.

The club invites residents of SaddleBrooke to come and take up a game they may have played years ago in their basement or at a rec center. Players of all ability levels are welcome. Some of our players enjoy a slow game of just hitting the ball back and forth, and some are into a fast-paced, competitive match. We have a couple of members over 90 years young; table tennis is a great game for all ages!

Our sessions are held in the Mariposa Room in the DesertView building in SaddleBrooke TWO. The weather is always fine inside! We have three quality tables, plenty of room, and good lighting. We supply paddles and balls, though many members eventually end up buying their own paddles.

Check out our website at for more information about the club and our hours of play. We offer residents the opportunity to check out the SaddleBrooke Table Tennis Club by playing as a guest a few times before joining as a member. If you are interested, email Lou Doganieri, the president of the club, at [email protected] to arrange a time to come and play table tennis with us.