Badminton Australia

Australian Junior Falcons &
National Development Program

Badminton Australia recognises the importance of developing young players to creating the High Performance athletes of the future, and to create a great High Performance Environment in Australia

The athletes who are part of the Australian Development Program have been identified as some of the best young talent in Australia. Although young in their journey to become fully fledged Falcons, they have shown strength, determination, speed, agility and the skills that can make them stand out. 

These athletes are part of the Australian Badminton Falcons and will be the face of Australia internationally at tournaments including the BWF World Junior Championships

Click here for more information on the Badminton Australia  High Performance Pathway and System

Catrina Tan, Sturt Badminton Club, South Australia

Jazmine Lam, Pro Badminton Academy, Victoria

Shrey Dhand, Western Suburbs Badminton Association, Victoria

Sydney Tjonadi, Alpha Badminton/Kellyville Badminton Club, NSW

Yee-Yuan Lum, Infinity Badminton Club, Victoria

Asher Ooi, Sydney Jets Badminton, NSW

Carina Sam, Dash Badminton Club, NSW

Dania Nugroho, St Peters Old Collegians, South Australia

Joanne Zheng, An-Yu Badminton Academy, Western Australia

Kayson Goh, Pro Badminton Academy, Victoria

Otto Zhao, HP Badminton, Victoria

Priska Kustiadi, NBC, NSW

Ricky Tang, Dash Badminton Club, NSW

Sydney Go, HP Badminton, Victoria

Timothy Sentosa, An-Yu Badminton Academy, Western Australia

Jack Yu, Dragon Badminton Club, Queensland

Angela Yu, Dragon Badminton Club, Queensland

Angie Liu, NBC, NSW

Bernice Teo, An-Yu Badminton Academy, Western Australia

Gavin Ong, Glenelg Badminton Club, South Australia

Julian Lee, An-Yu Badminton Academy, Western Australia

Kaitlyn Ea, Infinity Badminton Club, Victoria

Majan Almzan, NBC, NSW

Rio Agustino, NBC, NSW

Ryan Venpin, Infinity Badminton Club, Victoria