Jeremy Hazin wrote his name into the Canadian table tennis record books in 2017 when at age 17 he became the youngest men’s singles national champion ever. He successfully defended that title in 2018 while also adding a national title in men’s doubles. Hazin had previously won national singles titles in every age category (U11, U13, U15, U18). Hazin was a triple medallist at the 2017 Pan American Junior Championships, winning bronze in singles, doubles and mixed doubles. He was part of Team Canada at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima where he advanced to the round of 16 in singles. He made his Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020. He uses:
- Blade: Butterfly Viscaria in Flared handle.
- Forehand: Butterfly Tenergy 05 in 2.1mm in Black
- Backhand: Butterfly Tenergy 64 in 2.1mm in Red
- It will be fully assembled, and comes with a Butterfly racket-shaped case, edge tape, and 2 plastic protective sheets. Please specify a colour preference if you have one, otherwise one will be picked based on availability.