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Published on Nov 16, 2011
Experience Ping-Pong, Berlin style. 'In this Berlin guide you can discover the city through table tennis,' says Oliver Miller, 38, ping pong addict and owner of Dr Pong, a late night bar with its own table and a dedicated following of table tennis acolytes. 'Every single neighbourhood has its own facilities - it's where you see the real locals. It costs so little to get involved. Everyone has a soft spot for the sport.' Born in the USA, but now a full time Berlin resident, Oliver has recently created a 'love letter' to both the city he calls home and his sport of choice. It's a short film, produced by Piers Morgan Postcard director Pete Woods which sees Oliver and fellow ping pong addict Leo Pleschinger, a 28-year-old semi-professional footballer, traverse Berlin in search of the city's most inspiring bat and ball based experiences; from subway trains to techno nightclubs.