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  1. Cheung

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    How much does personal coaching cost in each country?

    In HK, I have heard from HK$250 to 400 per hour for coaches (one to one). How does this compare to other countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, US, Canada?
     
  2. Canyt

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    In Canada...it's around $30 CAD an hour 1 on 1...that's about $160 HKD....they are qualified pro. coaches...not just amateurs
     
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    last i heard it is around $30-40. David will know more exactly. the problem with US though, is the lack of coaches. most coaches will pick the students instead of the other way around.
     
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    Anybody from M'sia care to comment?
     
  5. mehdi

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    In Iran it is about 4 us$ or 30000Rls per hour .
     
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    wow. that's really cheap!! i am moving there! :)

    pardon me my ignorance. how's the badminton scene in Iran? i haven't never known anybody from Iran who plays badminton!
     
  7. David

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    Kwun is right. It's approximately US$30-$50 per hour. However, the problem is not just coach choosing student, but the availability of court time. It's so hard to get a badminton court in the US.
     
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    anymore classes?

    David,

    are you guys going to start another class taught by that Chinese coach?
     
  9. Alvin

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    i'm not sure how much does it caost in malaysia cause i haven't even heard of any personal coaching classes in malaysia.just join an association and they'll give u training.well,i'm staying in johor bahru,another city in malaysia.i'm not sure if there are any of these coaching classes in Kuala Lumpur.there should bcause the badminton associations there are just too active.
     

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