Badminton Training 2016 (Starting May 16th)

Spring & Summer Training 2016 < Full schedule

Here is the the training schedule effective May 16th

We will have a summer camp June 13th - June 24th see the information here: MBC Summer Camp 2016
Please be sure to schedule as soon as possible to confirm availability for classes.
Classes may be shifted in the summer time.

Classes are subject to change or be cancelled to accommodate the needs of our students.

2016 MBC Junior Challenge

The 2016 MBC Junior Challenge will be on Saturday, February 27th, 2016

The tournament will be split into two groups: High School level and Kids (Beginner/ Intermediate) Level both will have singles and doubles.

We encourage high school players to play with someone from their high school for doubles events. Anyone who wishes to challenge up to the high school level may do so.
Information and registration can be found here: Tournament Information

 

 

Please call or email Heather with any questions or inquiries
630-364-2345 / heatherp@Mbadminton.com

2016 MBC New Year Junior Tournament

Midwest Badminton Club will host the 2016 MBC  New Year Junior Tournament on January 16th & January 17th, 2016. This tournament will be a 10% USAB ranking.

All players born 1998 or later are eligible to play in this tournament. All players are REQUIRED to active an active USAB membership.

For full prospectus: http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Badminton/Events/2016/January/16/2016-MBC-New-Year-Junior-Tournament

For registration: www.simplycompete.com

 

For additional questions or concerns please call or email Heather : 630.364.2345 heatherp@Mbadminton.com

THANKSGIVING HOURS

THANKSGIVING HOURS:
Wednesday - Open until 11 (early close if no activity)
Thursday - Closed (both locations)
Friday - 1pm-11pm (both locations)
Saturday - 9am-5pm (Naperville) 9am-11pm (Woodridge)
Sunday - 11am-11pm (Naperville) 9am-11pm (Woodridge)


NO TRAINING ON THURSDAY, ALL OTHER TRAINING WILL STAY THE SAME.


HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM MIDWEST BADMINTON CLUB

Chicago Open 2015 Congratulations

THANK YOU to everyone who competed in last weekend's Chicago Open! Every year it seems to get more and more exciting and more competitive. We had over 260 players from all over. Many people traveled from far distances this year such as Canada, California, Florida, Texas, and all over the United States, to compete in the tournament. There is always a great variety of players both young and old, and of course of different levels. For some people, this was their first tournament, and for others we know it's a tradition to play this tournament every year.
Thank you for trying to keep us on schedule with such competitive games that took much longer than expected! We appreciate everyone's cooperation, and help.



Congratulations to all of our winners in not only the A flight, but B, C, and D as well. I hope you all can make it again next year for Chicago Open 2016.

Please share any photos, or even exciting experiences you had from this year's Chicago Open!

Thank you & See you Soon!
Heather


Our Level A winners:

Men’s Singles:
1st Place:
Alex Lyu (MBC)
2nd Place:
Ahmadi Saman (Egret)
3rd Place:
Jason Lo (Egret)

Women’s Singles:
1st Place:
Emma Lin (MBC)
2nd Place: Shannon Pohl (SPBA)
3rd Place: Judy Yang (MBC)

Men’s Doubles:
1st Place:
Muhammad Rijal & Rangga Rianto (Egret)
2nd Place:
 Alex Lyu & Christopher Flores (MBC)
3rd Place:
Ahmadi Saman & Aries Delos Santos (Egret)

Women’s Doubles:
1st Place: Renee Olson & Ngoc Se
(MBC &
2nd Place:
Hanting Wang (UIUC) & Judy Yang (MBC)
3rd Place:
Karen Chin & Melissa Loh (Dallas)

Mixed Doubles:
1st Place:
Alex Lyu & Lauren Ho (MBC)
2nd Place:
Muhammad Rijal & Esther Shi (Egret)
3rd Place:
Aries Delos Santos & Emily Hu (Egret)

 

 

2015 MBC Summer Junior Tournament

2015 Fall / Winter Junior Badminton Training

Updated: 10.14.15

Here you will find the 2015 Fall / Winter Badminton Training Program.

Click here:  Training 2015 Fall & Winter Effective October 21st

Please be sure to call us 24 hours in advance for registration.
Space is limited in each class.

Students should be prepared with a badminton racket.
(Backyard badminton rackets are NOT permitted for this type of training.)
Badminton shoes are not required, but recommended.

All students start in beginner class regardless of experience.
MBC coaches will move up a students once they have mastered the skills needed to move up to intermediate / advance.

Please be sure to call us with any further questions or concerns.

Naperville: 630-364-2345
Woodridge: 630-783-1910