Howard Bach (Badminton Player) Wiki, Age, Bio, Tournaments

By | March 18, 2021

Howard Bach is an American badminton player. In 2005 he won the world championship with Tony Gunawan in the Men’s Doubles.

 

Howard Bach (Badminton Player) Wiki/Bio

Howard Bach

On 22 February 1979, Bach was born in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Currently, Howard lived in Orange, California, United States. In 2021, Bach is 42 years old.

 

Physical Appearance

Height (approx)– 5 feet 6 inch

Weight (approx)– 76 Kg

Hair Color– Black

Eye Color– Black

Skin Tone– White

 

Education

Bach completed his schooling at the Marina Middle School in San Francisco from 1991 to 1993.

His father trained him for Badminton.

 

Father/ parents

His parent’s related information not available. His father’s name is Cam Sen Bach. Howard’s badminton coach is his father Cam Sen.

 

Career

At the age of 16, he decided to become a badminton player. In the 2004 Summer Olympics, Howard and his partner Kevin Hain defeated Dorian James and Stewart Carson in the first round.

Below we mention his awards and achievements.

BWF International Challenge

From 1999 to 2012 he won the title 16 times and 7 times runner up in Men’s Doubles.

Tournament YearTournamentsHis PartnerHis OpponentResults
1998Miami International

Slovenian International

Guatemala International

Mexico International

Kevin Han

 

Mark Manha

 

”     ”

”       “

Mathew Fogarty

Andy Chong

 

Matthew Hughes

Chris Davies

 

Ben Wu

Ryan Miglin

Winner

 

”    ”

 

”     ”

 

”     ”

 

 

1999Peru International

 

Jamaica International

 

Guatemala International

”     ”

 

”     ”

 

”     “

Jose Antonio Itarriaga

Mario Carulla

 

William Milroy

Bobby Milroy

 

William Milroy

Bobby Milroy

Winner

 

”  ”

”   “

2000Peru InternationalMark ManhaYau Tsa Yuk

Ma Che Kong

Runner Up
2001Brazil InternationalKevin HanRicardo Trevelin

Guilherme Pardo

Winner
2003Guatemala International

 

Brazil International

”     ”

 

”      “

Tadashi Ohtsuka

Keita Masuda

 

Sergio Llopis

Jose Antonio

Runner Up

 

”     “

2004Peru International”   “Guillermo Perea

Rodrigo Pacheco

Winner
2005SCBA International

 

U.S. International

Tony Gunawan

 

 

”     “

Bob Malaythong

Raju Rai

 

William Milroy

Mike Beres

Winner

 

Winner

2006Canadian InternationalBob MalaythongWilliam Milroy

Mike Beres

”     “
2007Miami Pan Am International”     “William Milroy

Mike Beres

 Runner Up
2008Canadian InternationalBob MalaythongRunner Up
2011Peru InternationalTony GunawanWinner
2012Peru InternationalTony GunawanWinner

 

BWF Grand Prix

In BWF Grand Prix he won the title 4 times and three-time Runner Up in Men’s Doubles.

Tournament YearTournamentsPartnerResult
2002U.S OpenKevin HanRunner Up
2004”      “Tony GunawanWinner
2004Dutch OpenTony Gunawan”     “
2007The U.S. OpenBob MalaythongRunner Up
2008The U.S. OpenBob MalaythongWinner
2009”     “Tony GunawanWinner
2011”       “”      “Runner Up

Mixed Doubles

YearTournamentPartnerResult
2007”    “Eva LeeRunner Up
2009”      “”    “Winner

 

World Championships

In 2005 Howard Bach won the Gold Medal with his partner Tony Gunawan in Men’s Doubles.

He won the Bronze Medal in the world Cup with his partner Tony Gunawan in Olympic Park, Yiyang China.

 

Pan Am Championships

In 2001, Howard won the Bronze Medal in Pan Am Championship. His opponent is Kevin Han.

In 1997, 2001 and 2007 Howard won the Gold Medal With his partner Kevin Han and Eva Lee.

 

Howard Bach Less Known Facts

Howard is right-handed.

Currently, Howard lived in Orange. California, United States.

At the age of 5, he was bought by his father to the Golden gate YMCA in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District.

At the age of 16, Howard Bach decided himself to the Badminton Sports.

 

ReadSattawat Pongnairat, Phillip Chew, Howard Shu, Iris Wang

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *