|Country|| Indonesia (until 2001)|
United States (2001–present)
|Born||9 April 1975|
Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Coach|| Christian Hadinata |
Herry Iman Pierngadi
Tony Gunawan (Chinese :吳俊明; pinyin :Wu Junming; born 9 April 1975) is an Indonesian-born American former badminton player. He gained several international achievements for Indonesia and later for the United States, including Olympic gold medal and world champion title.
Gunawan is a former Olympic gold medalist and world champion for Indonesia, and later a world champion for the United States. He is regarded by many, including his peers, as one of the greatest doubles players in badminton's history.A superb all-court player with a particular facility in the forecourt, he won the 2000 Olympic gold medal, the 2001 IBF World Championships, and 2005 IBF World Championships with 3 different men's doubles partners.
He won the Men's Doubles gold medal in the 2005 World Championships from the 13th seeded position with his American partner Howard Bach. Gunawan partnered with Halim Haryanto to win the 2001 World Championships as well as the 2001 All-England Open, and with Candra Wijaya to win the 2000 Olympics in Sydney. He was a member of the world champion 2000 Indonesia Thomas Cup team, winning his match in the final against China with yet another partner, Rexy Mainaky.
Gunawan and Bach won the 2005 IBF World Championships Men's Doubles gold over Gunawan's ex-partner Wijaya and Sigit Budiarto who were also finalists in the 2003 IBF World Championships in the same event. Tony played for Indonesia from 1992 to 2001 and is the winner of numerous international titles. He has coached and played for USA since 2001. Tony is currently studying in Orange County, California and coaches at San Gabriel Badminton Club 2 (Pomona).
He married with Women's doubles Indonesia, Etty Tantri on July 29, 2002 at the Monte Carlo Chapel in Las Vegas. They have two sons, Christopher and Leon.
|2000 Summer Olympics – Men's doubles|
|Final||Candra Wijaya|| Lee Dong-soo  |
|15–10, 9–15, 15–7||Gold|
|2005 IBF World Championships – Men's Doubles|
|Final||Howard Bach|| Candra Wijaya  |
|15–11, 10–15, 15–11||Gold|
|2001 IBF World Championships – Men's Doubles|
|Final||Halim Heryanto|| Ha Tae-kwon |
|2005||Olympic Park, Yiyang, China||Howard Bach|| Sigit Budiarto |
|2000||Brunei||Candra Wijaya|| Halim Haryanto |
|7–5, 8–6, 7–2||Gold|
|1999||Brunei||Candra Wijaya|| Ha Tae-kwon |
|15–7, 8–15, 15–11||Gold|
|2000|| Istora Senayan,|
|Rexy Mainaky|| Choong Tan Fook |
Lee Wan Wah
|1996|| Olympic Gymnasium No. 2,|
Seoul, South Korea
|Rudy Wijaya|| Kim Dong-moon |
|2011|| Multipurpose Gymnasium,|
|Howard Bach|| Halim Haryanto |
|2001|| Malawati Stadium,|
|Bambang Suprianto|| Candra Wijaya |
|2010||Singapore Open||Howard Bach|| Fang Chieh-min |
|2008||Indonesia Open||Candra Wijaya|| Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif |
Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari
|21–19, 18–21, 14–21||Runner-up|
|2007||Hong Kong Open||Candra Wijaya|| Markis Kido |
|12–21, 21–18, 13–21||Runner-up|
|2007||Japan Open (3)||Candra Wijaya|| Luluk Hadiyanto |
Alvent Yulianto Chandra
|2007||Malaysia Open||Candra Wijaya|| Koo Kien Keat |
Tan Boon Heong
|2009||U.S. Open (6)||Howard Bach|| Jürgen Koch |
|2006||Japan Open (2)||Candra Wijaya|| Koo Kien Keat |
Tan Boon Heong
|2006||Korea Open (1)||Candra Wijaya|| Lee Jae-jin |
|2006||U.S. Open (5)||Halim Haryanto|| Alexander Nikolaenko |
|2006||Indonesia Open (1)||Candra Wijaya|| Markis Kido |
|2005||Copenhagen Masters (2)||Howard Bach|| Fu Haifeng |
|15–12, 11–15, 15–4||Winner|
|2005||Chinese Taipei Open (2)||Halim Haryanto|| Mathias Boe |
|2005||U.S. Open (4)||Howard Bach|| Mike Beres |
|2005||Bitburger German Open (1)||Halim Haryanto|| Mike Beres |
|2005||USA SCBA International (1)||Howard Bach|| Bob Malaythong |
|2004||Dutch Open (1)||Howard Bach|| Peter Steffensen |
|2004||U.S. Open (3)||Howard Bach|| Mathias Boe |
|2003||U.S. Open (2)||Bob Malaythong|| Lee Sung-yuan |
|6–15, 15–4, 15–5||Winner|
|2002||SCBA Classic (1)||Bob Malaythong|| Kevin Han |
|2002||Puerto Rico Open (1)||Bob Malaythong|| Sergio Llopis |
José Antonio Crespo
|2002||U.S. Open (1)||Bob Malaythong|| Kevin Han |
|11–15, 15–7, 15–7||Winner|
|2001||All England Open (2)||Halim Haryanto|| Candra Wijaya |
|15–13, 7–15, 15–7||Winner|
|2000||Chinese Taipei Open (1)||Candra Wijaya|| Cheah Soon Kit |
Yap Kim Hock
|2000||Indonesia Open (1)||Candra Wijaya|| Flandy Limpele |
|14–17, 15–6, 15–8||Winner|
|2000||Japan Open (1)||Candra Wijaya|| Lee Dong-soo |
|1999||Ipoh Masters (1)||Candra Wijaya|| Flandy Limpele |
|1999||Malaysia Open (2)||Candra Wijaya|| Flandy Limpele |
|1999||All England Open (1)||Candra Wijaya|| Lee Dong-soo |
|1998||Hong Kong Open (1)||Candra Wijaya|| Jens Eriksen |
|1998||Brunei Open (1)||Halim Haryanto|| Michael Sogaard |
|1998||Malaysia Open (1)||Halim Haryanto|| Liu Yong |
|6–15, 15–5, 15–11||Winner|
|1998||Swedish Open (1)||Candra Wijaya|| Yang Ming |
|1997||Copenhagen Masters (1)||Candra Wijaya|| Simon Archer |
|1997||Polish Open (1)||Victo Wibowo|| Rudy Wijaya |
Seng Kok Keong
|1997||French Open (1)||Victo Wibowo|| Efraim Davis |
|2012||U.S. Open (3)||Vita Marissa|| Kenichi Hayakawa |
|2005||Chinese Taipei Open (1)||Cheng Wen-hsing|| Devin Lahardi |
|2003||U.S. Open (2)||Etty Tantri|| Hwang Ji-man |
|2002||SCBA Classic (1)||Mesinee Mangkalakiri|| Philippe Bourret |
|2002||Puerto Rico Open (1)||Mesinee Mangkalakiri|| Tjitte Weistra |
|2002||U.S. Open (1)||Etty Tantri|| Simon Archer |
|7–11, 11–4, 11–6||Winner|
|2008||China Cup 2008||S.Series||Semi-Finalist|
|06/04/2008||India Grand Prix Gold 2008||GP Gold||4900.00||Semi-Finalist|
|16/03/2008||Wilson Swiss Open Super Series 2008||S.Series||5040.00||Quarter-Finalist|
|09/03/2008||YONEX All England Super Series 2008||S.Series||3600.00||1\16|
|20/01/2008||Proton Malaysia Open Super Series 2008||S.Series||6420.00||Semi-Finalist|
|25/11/2007||CHINA OPEN SUPER SERIES||S.Series||2220.00||1\32|
|19/08/2007||16th WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2007||BWF Events||6600.00||Quarter-Finalist|
|22/07/2007||BINGO BONANZA PHILIPPINE OPEN 2007||GP Gold||2720.00||1\16|
|13/05/2007||DJARUM INDONESIA SUPER SERIES||S.Series||6420.00||Semi-Finalist|
|06/05/2007||AVIVA OPEN SINGAPORE SUPER SERIES 2007||S.Series||6420.00||Semi-Finalist|
|18/03/2007||WILSON SWISS OPEN SUPER SERIES||S.Series||6420.00||Semi-Finalist|
|11/03/2007||YONEX ALL ENGLAND SUPER SERIES||S.Series||6420.00||Semi-Finalist|
|28/01/2007||YONEX KOREA OPEN SUPER SERIES||S.Series||6420.00||Semi-Finalist|
|02/09/2006||YONEX SUNRISE HONG KONG OPEN 2006||6*||4950.10||Quarter-Finalist|
|BWF World Championships||R3||QF||Gold||A||Gold||A||QF||QF||R1||R1|
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