Atik Jauhari

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Atik Jauhari
Personal information
Born (1949-08-14) August 14, 1949 (age 68)
Tangerang, Banten (Indonesia)

Atik Jauhari (born 14 August 1949 in Tangerang in Indonesia) is a badminton coach from Indonesia.


1974 - 1999 Indonesia National Badminton Association (PBSI)[edit]

1999 - 2003, Swedish Badminton Federation (SBF)[edit]

  • Senior National Coach. Coached the Swedish Team to reach the final round of Thomas Cup and Uber Cup In Malaysia, 2000.
  • Coach for Par Gunnar Jonsson/Peter Axelsson as Runner-Up in European Championship in Scotland .
  • Coach for Marina Andrievskaja as Runner-Up in European Championship in Scotland
  • Head Coach. 3-time Winner of Swedish National Championship (team match)
  • 3-time Runner-up of European Championship (team match)

2006-2008, Thailand badminton Association[edit]

  • National Coach, in result had Boonsak Ponsana as A Winner beating world #1 Lin Dan and runner up Mixed double in Aviva Open Singapore Super Series 2007.


  • Head National Coach for the Indian badminton Association (BAI) and has booked the record and brought India as the Finalist in the Commonwealth Games 2010 and Saina Nehwal became Women's #1 rank in the world

2010- present[edit]

  • Owner of the Atik Jauhari Badminton School (Sekolah Badminton Atik Jauhari). focused on talented youth Badminton Athletes and also open classes for professionals and groups.


The Indian National Badminton team Coach, with the result of: 1. Saina Nehwal becoming the first Indian player who won the World Cup 2. Indian becoming the winner of the Commonwealth games

2012- 2013[edit]

  • Italian Badminton National team coach


  • Indonesian Best Coach, voted by readers of Bola Magazine, Indonesia (year 1994, 1996, 1997)
  • Indonesian Best Coach, voted by The Indonesian Journalist Association, Indonesia (year 1994 and 1996)
  • Satya Karya Bhakti, honorary medal from the Indonesian Sports Committee (1996)
  • Adhi Manggala Krida, honorary medal for Lifetime Achievement from the President of the Republic of Indonesia (1997)
  • Satyalancana Kebudayaan, honorary medal for Lifetime Achievement from the President of the Republic of Indonesia (1998)

Personal life[edit]

Atik Jauhari is married to Neng Titi and has 4 children (Lanny, Aji, Hanny, Annas) and 3 Grand children named Adrianna, Abigail and Danny.