Nutland breaks into England Top 20 - by Chris Dangerfield.
Following a very successful debut in the Premier British League, Adam Nutland is re-ranked at number 18 in the English rankings.
The 20 year old from Kidderminster who started his career playing out of the Franche Table Tennis club in Kidderminster has reached new levels this week.
When asked about his achievements he said with a smile "I really pleased with my new ranking, but I'm not finished yet, I still think I can go a bit higher".
Kidderminster chairman Chris Dangerfield said "Considering he has already beaten 4 of the current top 10 during his short career, you would not be advised to bet against him making the top 15, maybe even the top 10 if his progression continues... He is certainly having a run of form at the moment".
Nutland who is the current head coach of Woodfield Table Tennis Club in Wolverhampton is certainly the most successful player to emerge from Kidderminster in a very long time, perhaps ever.
We should be very proud of his achievements and happy that a player of Adam's calibre continues to support what he considers his local league.
This season he is playing for the Cookley club where he coaches aspiring juniors during the summer months and is helping to bring through the next batch of future stars that will one day walk follow in his footsteps as one of England's elite players.