Badminton

Is a racquet sport played by either two opposing players (single) or two opposing pairs (double), who take positions on the opposite halves of a rectangular court that is divided by a net. Players score points by striking the shuttlecock with the racquet so that it passes over the net and lands in their opponent’s half of the court. Each side may only strike the shuttlecock once before it passes over the net.

History
• The history of badminton shows that it had its roots in an old children’s game in England known as battledore and shuttlecock. • British Army officers in India played a grown up version of this game. Known in its early days as ‘poona’, it was played with many people who tried to keep the ‘bird’ in air. • The new sport was definitively launched in 1873 at the Badminton House, Gloucestershire, owned by the Duke of Beaufortt. During that time, the game was referred to as "The Game of Badminton," and the game's official name became Badminton.

Racquet Face/ Head Frame Throat shaft Weight = 70 to 95 grams handle .

75 to 5.50 grams .Shuttlecock Skirt/ Feather Head 16 feathers Weight = 4.

BADMINTON COURT Short service line Single side line LEFT SERVICE COURT Center line RIGHT SERVICE COURT net Doubles side line Singles long service line .

Kinds of Grip .

Basic Badminton Rules Before the 2006 Thomas/ Uber Cup. The IBF (International Badminton Federation) then tested a new scoring format which is the 21 points rally format in the 2006 Thomas/Uber Cup. the official scoring format was the 15 points format. This 21 points rally format has since become the official one replacing the 15 points format. .

the side that scores the 30th point shall win that game. the side which scores 2 consecutive points shall win that game. – There are no "service over". this is the official format used by the IBF. – If a score becomes 20-20. you have to score 21 points.Currently. – To win a match. meaning you can score a point no matter who serves. Here are the basic badminton rules for this format. you have to win 2 out of 3 games. . – One service only for doubles. – Other rules shall remain the same. – If the score becomes 29-29. – To win a game/set.

A serve must carry cross court (diagonally) to be valid. The shuttlecock should not be carried on or come to rest on the racquet. with his racquet or his body. 4. A player should not reach over the net to hit the shuttlecock. 3. Whoever wins the toss gets to decide whether they would serve or receive first OR what side of the court they want to be on. At no time during the game should the player touch the net. 2.The 10 rules of badminton are as follows: 1. The side losing the toss shall then exercise the remaining choice. A game starts with a coin toss. 5. .

a player can't strike the shuttlecock in a new movement or shot.6. . During the serve the shuttlecock should always be hit from below the waist. a player should not touch any of the lines of the court. until the server strikes the shuttlecock. is counted as a fault. The most common type of fault is when a player fails to hit the shuttlecock over the net or it lands outside the boundary of the court. A player wins a rally when he strikes the shuttlecock and it touches the floor of the opponent's side of the court or when the opponent commits a fault. 7. Once hit. During the serve. A point is added to a player's score as and when he wins a rally. Each side can strike the shuttlecock only once before it passes over the net. 9. 10. 8. The shuttlecock hitting the ceiling.

LEFT SERVICE COURT RIGHT SERVICE COURT RIGHT SERVICE COURT LEFT SERVICE COURT .

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done with throw tall shuttlecock far until backline. .•Defensive Lob (A) Defensive lob used to defend attack.

.•Dropshot (B) Stroke dropshot that stroke done with a purpose to laid shuttlecock as soon as it and nearly with net in field of opponent.

.•Attack Lob (C) Attack lob stroke taken from in front of body above head. throw with low and fast.

.•Drive (D) Drive stroke aimed along line side and horizontal as high as net. as a mean to speed up time of game with launch shuttlecock rock-bottom in net.

. lob stroke strike tall to top while stroke smash strike sharp downwards hardly.•Smash (E) Stroke smash done quickly and hardest as you can up at under field of opponent. Method in smash stroke much the same with lob stroke. The difference.

.•Netting (F) Netting stroke is stroke that taken as high as and as soon as possible in front of net and stroke netting must throw as low as may be with lip of net.

Different Strokes .

Receiving . No.1x1 Name Activities 1.:___________ Score Remarks 2. Backhand Code & P.E. Forehand 3. Serving 4.

The end and Thank you! Mr. Romyr Gabon .

Badminton Court .

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