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Badminton Court Diagram & Badminton Rules
by Mikebob in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Badminton is a racket sport played by either two opposing players or two opposing pairs on a court. The game is similar to tennis, with some rules and court differences. Some tips and guidelines can make understanding the setup of the game easier, allowing novice badminton players to score points in no time. CourtThe badminton court is a rectangle shape divided into two side with a short net do

About Badminton
by NikolaeVarius in Sports & Fitness
Badminton is a relatively unknown sport to most. Though they know it exists, many people don't understand the rules of the game and how it's played. The roots of badminton can be traced back four centuries, and it is one of the most popular sports in Asia. HistoryThe Chinese are always well-represented at the top of the badminton rankings.The first sport that is known to be related to badminton
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How to Do a Powerful Hit in Badminton
by Belgium in Sports & Fitness
Badminton is a sport that combines power and finesse. Often, the most effective shots are those executed when the opposition expects the opposite. Powerful hits are useful to exploit an out-of-position opponent, forcefully driving the shuttlecock into the playing surface with no chance of return. Making these powerful shots is equal parts strength and technique.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructio

How to Cut and Drop in Badminton
by LadyCoconut in Sports & Fitness
A "cut and drop" in Badminton is a hitting technique that can make a shot that is difficult for an opponent to receive and return. Cuts shots are created with a wrist technique, and the faster the cut is made, the faster the shuttle will drop. You can improve your offense by incorporating this technique into both your forehand and backhand shots.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Hold a badminton
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What Is a Birdie in Badminton?
by Gus in Sports & Fitness
Involving two teams, a net and a shuttlecock, or birdie, badminton is the fastest racket sports played in the world today. While mainly played indoors for competition, this game can also be moved outside as a great summertime activity for the whole family. A variety of birdies exist, with even glow-in-the-dark versions available for nighttime play. What is a Birdie?Some backyard fun playing bad

How to Stretch for Badminton
by CodeAndLearn in Sports & Fitness
Proper stretching before practicing badminton or engaging in a competitive match proves essential to supporting muscle tone and preventing serious injuries. Badminton players use several stretching techniques to loosen up arm and leg muscles in all directions of motion they're prepared to hit the shuttlecock no matter where it drops. Plan to spend at least 15 minutes warming up prior to playing, a

USA Badminton Rules
by Florian Derudder in Sports & Fitness
USA Badminton, the governing body for the sport, has adopted the same rules used for international badminton competitions, including the Olympics. These rules are formally known as the Badminton World Federation Laws of Badminton. BasicsA badminton match consists of three games, during which players use rackets to hit a shuttle back and forth from opposing sides of a net. The winning player or
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How to Draw a 3-D Badminton Net
by Bulk Beef in Sports & Fitness
A 3-D badminton net can be drawn using the basic rules of perspective. Perspective uses diagonal lines to simulate the way we see depth in objects, using diagonal lines that are parallel to render objects that lie in the same plane. An official badminton net is 21 feet long and 2.5 feet high, with the top edge 5 feet off the ground. Due to the distortion inherent in a 3-D perspective drawing, the
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How to Decide a Tie in Badminton
by Ka0t1x in Sports & Fitness
The original badminton scoring system required three games to be played per match. The person or team who won two of three was declared the winner. Games were played until one team reached 15 points. However, the Badminton World Federation has started holding tournaments where games are played to 21 points. No matter which rules you play under, one thing is for sure, the game cannot end in a tie.
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How to Get Points for Badminton
by jgood in Sports & Fitness
Though versions of the game of badminton were played as far back as the days of Ancient Egypt and Greece, the game really started to come into popularity in the 19th Century. For years British children played a version of the game called battledore and shuttlecock. Then, while stationed in India, British officers took note of a similar game called poona. The British officers took the rules of poon
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