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2 December 1999
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Lincolnshire's Tom Jarvis has had a long and winding journey to become part of Team England, that started aged five.
There aren’t too many similarities between Skegness and Scandinavia, but Jarvis moved to Sweden when he was 16 to further his chances of playing at the top level.
He was a reserve at the Rio Olympics, aged just 17, and two years later he was part of the England squad that won World Cup bronze.
Jarvis showed his steel to come back after Covid-19 and heads to Birmingham 2022 as the new national singles champion, having won a landmark title in March to end a ten-year streak of either Paul Drinkhall or Liam Pitchford taking the crown.