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.

Biography[edit]

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.

2009-2010[edit]

  • 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.

2010-2012[edit]

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

Honors[edit]

  • 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.

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