Coaches

 

All of our resident coaches have extensive experience in badminton.

They understand that no two players are alike and will work with you to get the right badminton training at the right pace and intensity.

Contact us to learn more about a particular coach, check his schedule or to book today!

 
   Halim Haryanto     Halim is a former professional Badminton's men's doubles player from Indonesia.  He is a former World Champion and All England Champion.  He began playing badminton at age 8 and joined the Indonesia National Badminton team in1995.  He won his first ever gold medals at the 1998  Malaysia Open  and  Brunei Open  in men's doubles.  That year he was also the bronze medalists at the  Badminton Asia Championships .  In 2001 he won the bi-annual  International Badminton Federation World Championship  as well as the 2001  All England Championship  in men's doubles.  Haryanto is also a legendary coach, achieving Level 4 Certified High Performance Coach of USA Badminton, the highest coaching status in the United States. He was also a part of the 2011 United States Pan American Games Badminton Team that competed at the 2011  Pan American Games  in Guadalajara, Mexico.  As Head Coach at SDBCC, his vision is to be part of helping the badminton community grow in San Diego.  He has a lot of passion and pride seeing his students learn the game of badminton and be able to excel as a badminton player.

Halim Haryanto

Halim is a former professional Badminton's men's doubles player from Indonesia.  He is a former World Champion and All England Champion.  He began playing badminton at age 8 and joined the Indonesia National Badminton team in1995.  He won his first ever gold medals at the 1998 Malaysia Open and Brunei Open in men's doubles.  That year he was also the bronze medalists at the Badminton Asia Championships.  In 2001 he won the bi-annual International Badminton Federation World Championship as well as the 2001 All England Championship in men's doubles.  Haryanto is also a legendary coach, achieving Level 4 Certified High Performance Coach of USA Badminton, the highest coaching status in the United States. He was also a part of the 2011 United States Pan American Games Badminton Team that competed at the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico.  As Head Coach at SDBCC, his vision is to be part of helping the badminton community grow in San Diego.  He has a lot of passion and pride seeing his students learn the game of badminton and be able to excel as a badminton player.

 
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Andy Tran

Andy has been playing badminton for over 20 years. Having created two badminton clubs in Los Angeles, Andy is experienced with coaching and developing talented athletes across Southern California.

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Tanto Wibowo

Tanto started playing for University of California San Diego (UCSD) in 2004 and has competed in tournaments all over California, Dallas, New York and Boston, winning numerous categories. He enjoys helping people understand that every shot counts.

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Tommy Ho

Tommy played badminton since 1986 in his backyard with his brothers & cousins. He has trained with world-class coaches who emphasized hardwork & basic badminton footwork. Tommy played competitive badminton in High School at Madison and Mira Mesa, and continues to play competitively to this day.

Krishna Ramasubramanian

Krishna has been playing badminton since 1987 and has competed in tournaments across the country (Texas, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Arizona and California) as well as badminton events in India. He believes in continual improvement by emulating skilled players and never giving up until the shuttle hits the floor!

Thomas Bui

Thomas started playing at 16. He has won 2014 Dave Freeman CMD, 2015 BCC CMD+ and BMD, but likes to impart his knowledge and experience to those looking to improve their game.