Having made a career in Europe, Ihsan Maulana: Badminton coaches in Canada are still scarce

Ihsan Maulana Mustofa’s performance at the 2019 Tong Yun Kai Cup. After leaving Pelatnas, he became a coach in Canada.

INDOSPORT.COM – Former Indonesian men’s singles player Ihsan Maulana Mustofa said badminton coaches in Canada are still scarce, a golden opportunity for Indonesia.

Ihsan Maulana said the opportunity for a coaching career in Canada is very promising, due to the great interest of young people in the sport. badminton.

He said this based on his experience when he was active in coaching young badminton athletes at Canada since about last year.

“In Canada, in my opinion, the number of trainers is still lacking,” said Ihsan Maulana, quoted by the Antara news agency.

“From a financial point of view, people can afford to pay, but it’s hard to find a good coach there,” Ihsan said.

However, PB graduate badminton player Djarum Kudus said badminton culture between Indonesia and Canada is very different.

If in Indonesia, badminton is the most popular sport, unlike Canada which is still in the development stage.

Even so, parents in Canada have a strong desire for their children to become badminton athletes.

Thus, they are ready to pay a lot of money so that their children can become athletes and receive advice from qualified coaches.

This includes badminton, which is now starting to become popular in Canada, hence the need for better coaches and on-court facilities.

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