Badminton video analysis by world class coaches
Why I lost that game?
What I did wrong in the tournament?
How can I beat someone next time?
what do I need to practice?
How can I improve?
Now we’re here to help all the Badminton lovers, players, to give all the answers from experienced world class coaches.
What service we can offer:
- Video Analysis, Our world class coaches can answer all of your questions and offer you advices
- Video/Voice chat or zoom meeting may available if needed
- Online training workshop or Practical Coaching for your club, badminton group or badminton organisation
How it works:
You make an order online, and send us your video either url or upload a video, or just few clips, we will get our world class coaches analysis your videos, and give you a full report about how did you perform, what you did right, you did wrong, what you can do better, and which area you need to improve. The report will be in English, but may have other language available if needed.
we welcome any other world class coaches to join us, current available coaches:
Stuart Wardell, former Badminton England Men’s singles National Coach, Head of Wimbledon Academy of Wimbledon Racquets and Fitness Club, Coached many world class players like Rajiv Ouseph, Toby Penty, Ben Bechman etc, and Stuart helped Toby’s training for preparing the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics, and Toby get in last 16. Wimbledon Academy was established in 2019, Stuart as the head of academy, now Wimbledon having the best junior players in England especially for U19, U17 boys singles categories.
Toby Penty, former international badminton player, England No 1, he won many international singles titles such as Swedish, Kharkiv, Slovenian and Belgian. He also won many national titles and played in Olympics, world championship, ,common wealth games, European games, All England Open etc. and reached last 16 in Tokyo Olympics. Retired in 2022 and now a full time coach at Wimbledon Racquets and Fitness Club, and coach National senior players every week at Badminton England.
Xu HuaiWen, former Women’s Singles Badminton player, more than twenty national and international singles titles such as the Scottish, Polish, Dutch and Swiss Opens, the Copenhagen Masters and five consecutive German National Championships. Additionally, Huaiwen was a dual Gold Medallist at the European Championships (2006 & 2008) and a dual Bronze Medallist at the World Championships (2005& 2006). She competed at two Olympic Games (2004 & 2008; 5th placing) and in June 2006, she attained, a world no.1 ranking in women’s singles.
you want to play better or become a better badminton player? don’t hesitate, just to make your order now.
TOBY PENTY: DON’T BE AFRAID TO ASK FOR HELP (from olympics.com )