Felix Anthonius is the head coach of NJ Badminton Center. He holds the Indonesia National Level junior development coaching certificate.
Felix developed and refined a junior training system based on his 25 years of coaching experience. He has extensive expertise in designing and implementing training programs for different levels of young players.
During his career, Felix identified and developed international level players such as Sony Kuncoro, Tontowi Ahmad and Ade Yusuf. His contribution to the Indonesia Badminton junior development was recognized by the legendary Indonesian National Team men’s doubles coach Herry IP and the famous Indonesian National Team mixed doubles coach Richard Mainaky.
Before joining NJBC, Felix was the head coach of Hi Qua WIMA club in Surabaya, Indonesia. He was a professional badminton player in Djarum Kudus Club, the biggest badminton club in Indonesia between 1988 and 1992.
1. Indonesia National Level Badminton Coach for Junior Training Certificate
2. Certified USAB High Performance Level 1 (HP1).
2010-2017: Head Coach
Identified and Trained the following national level badminton players:
· Prepared the East Java Provincial Team for national championship
· Coached Tontowi Ahmad and prepared him for the national team
· Coached Saapshiree Taerattanachai for the women’s double national team
· Some of the achievements
Coach Ishaq is a professional badminton player of distinctive ability and a top level certified coach of Pakistan Badminton Federation. He has had significant exposure to successfully training athletes for national and international competitions.
27+ years of Professional playing experience.
Coach in Pakistan Badminton Federation Coaches Panel for 7+ years.
Badminton champion throughout high school, college and university level.
National Badminton Champion, six times in Men’s doubles.
Played as Captain of Pakistan National Badminton team for various International Events.
Winner of first ever Gold Medal for the country in the World Masters games, 2005 in Canada.
Certified Coach by Pakistan National Badminton Academy.
Fair Play Award holder in Canadian Masters Open Badminton Championship, Canada, 2009.
Qualified for Three Times World Badminton Championships.
Certified USAB High Performance Level 2 (HP2).
Nominated Coach in Panel of Pakistan Badminton Coaches by Pakistan Badminton Federation since 2007.
Coached Pakistan Badminton Team for Bank Al-Falah International Challenge Tournament, 2007.
Coached Maldives National Badminton Team (Both male & female), 2006.
Selected by the Pakistani Badminton Federation for Coaching Course level-1 in Indonesia, 2005.
Coached Pakistan Junior Badminton Team, 2004-2005.
Certified Coach by National Badminton Academy, Pakistan, 2004.
Coached for Punjab Badminton Association, 2003-2004.
Coached for Rawalpindi District Badminton Association, 2001-2003.
INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENT EXPERIENCE
Gold Medal, (MS, Senior’s 35+) in New York Open Downey Cup, USA, 2013.
Gold Medal, (MD, Senior’s 35+) in New York Open Downey Cup, USA, 2013.
Silver Medal, (MD, 40+, A Grade) in World Masters Games, Australia, 2009.
Bronze Medal, (MS, 40+, A Grade) in World Masters Games, Australia, 2009.
Bronze Medal, (Team Event, 40+, A Grade) in World Masters Games, Australia, 2009.
Gold Medal, (MS, 40+) in Canadian Masters Open Badminton Championship, Canada, 2009.
Semi-Finalist, (MD, 40+) in Canadian Masters Open Badminton Championship, Canada, 2009.
Semi-Finalist, (XD, 40+) in Canadian Masters Open Badminton Championship, Canada, 2009.
Fair Play Award in Canadian Masters Open Badminton Championship, Canada, 2009.
Runners up, MD (90+) in OCBC USA Senior International Badminton Championship, USA, 2008.
Gold Medal, (Team Event) in Pakistan Tri-Nation Badminton Tournament, Lahore, Pakistan, 2007.
Qualified for World Badminton Championships in 1989, 2005, and 2006.
Gold Medal, (MD, 35+, A Grade) in World Masters Games, Canada, 2005.
Winner, (MD) in Nepal Asian Satellite Badminton Championship, Nepal, 2005.
Quarter-Finalist, (MD) in Asian Satellite International Badminton Tournament, India, 2005.
Quarter-Finalist, (XD) in Asian Satellite International Badminton Tournament, India, 2005.
Silver Medal, (Team Event) in SAF Games, Pakistan, 2004.
Silver Medal, (MD) in New Jersey Open, USA, 2002.
Gold Medal, (XD) in New Jersey Open, USA, 2001.
Silver Medal, (MD) in National Capital Open, Washington D.C., USA, 1999.
Gold Medal, (MD) in Governor International Badminton Cup, Karachi, Pakistan 1999.
Gold Medal, (XD) in Governor International Badminton Cup, Karachi, Pakistan 1999.
Quarter-Finalist, (MD) in US-Open, 1998.
Bronze Medal, (MD) in Pakistan Asian Satellite Badminton Championship, 2004.
Gold Medal, (Team Event) in Punjab Games, India, 2004.
Pre-Quarter Finalist in Australian Open Badminton Championship, 1990.
Gold Medal, (MD) in New South Wales Open, Australia, 1990.
Silver Medal, (MD) in Sydney Open, Australia, 1990.
Participated in Asian Badminton Championship, China, 1987.
Participated in Asian Badminton Championship, Malaysia, 1985.
1995 – Started badminton career
2002 – Joined Liaoning province badminton team
2004 – Being selected by Chinese junior national badminton team
2005 – “Victor Cup” Chinese Youth National Championship Men’s doubles Champion, Team Champion
2006 – Joined Chinese youth national badminton team
2006 - China National First-Level Athlete Certificated
2008 – Bay Area Open Men’s singles, Men’s doubles Champion
2009 – Bay Area Open Men’s singles, Men’s doubles Champion
2009 – Dave Freeman Championship Men’s Double Champion
2010 – Boston Open Men’s single 2nd place
United Badminton Club Fremont, CA
Coach Sep 2008 - Dec 2010
Developed junior training program to provide top professional level coaching technical of skills, strategies, physicals in every aspect for junior students.
Trained students who have successfully competed top junior national level tournaments in U.S and have achieved champions of singles, doubles and mixed doubles.
Trained students who have gone to Pan Am Junior international championship and world junior badminton championship which represent United States and have achieved champions
Trained students who have gone to world university games that represents United States
Royal Badminton Club Menlo Park, CA
Head Coach Jan 2011 – July 2014
Launched and promoted professional training programs by hosting monthly workshops and seminars in local
high schools: recruited ~30 new students per month and received over 95% positive customer feedback
Trained and led students in achieving championships in world junior contest and national junior tournaments
Interviewed by local magazine “InMenlo” to encourage community youth involvement in badminton
NJ Badminton Club
2 Changebridge Road
Montville, NJ 07045
Monday Thru Thursday
5:00 PM till 10:30 PM
5:00 PM till 11:00 PM
9:00 AM till 10:30 PM
9:00 AM till 10:00 PM
9:00 AM till 10:30 PM
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