Badminton is my Life…
Badminton’s History:
Ti Jian Zi• In the 5th century BC, the people in china then  played a game called ti jian zi. A direct translation  from t...
Ti Jian Zi
5 Centuries Later…
Battledore and Shuttlecock• About five centuries later, a game named Battledore  and Shuttlecock was played in china, Japa...
Battledore and Shuttlecock
• In 1873, the Duke of Beaufort held a lawn  party in his country place, Badminton. A game  of Poona was played on that da...
BADMINTON
Must knows in playing Badminton     •   2 Proper Grips     •   2 kinds of Serve     •   Footwork     •   Attitude
2 Proper Grips • Forehand • Back hand
2 Kinds of Serve  • Fore hand  • Back hand
FOOTWORK:
Attitude:
Advice from Lee Chong Wei and from               ME…
Lee Chong Wei• My advice for you players is to study if  possible, don’t waste the opportunity and of  course strive hard ...
Jolo Villegas• Just be patient and Go with the flow.  Discipline and Perseverance is a must. Those  are the things you mus...
3rd Grade
4th   Grade
5th   Grade
6th   Grade
High schoolSTRUGGLES!!
A SECOND CHANCE HASBEEN GIVEN TO     ME
And God gave me you guys…
Best Moments of our Training               Im SEXY and I               know IT!!!!
Currently, I am a Doubles player… And whenever I’m on the court the only person that I trust is my PARTNER!!
THANK YOU FOR LISTENING
Badminton is my life
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Badminton is my life

  1. 1. Badminton is my Life…
  2. 2. Badminton’s History:
  3. 3. Ti Jian Zi• In the 5th century BC, the people in china then played a game called ti jian zi. A direct translation from this word ti jian zi is kicking the shuttle. As the name suggest, the objective of the game is to keep the shuttle from hitting the ground without using hand. Whether this sport has anything to do with the History of Badminton is up for debate. It was however the first game that uses a Shuttle.
  4. 4. Ti Jian Zi
  5. 5. 5 Centuries Later…
  6. 6. Battledore and Shuttlecock• About five centuries later, a game named Battledore and Shuttlecock was played in china, Japan, India and Greece. This is a game where you use the Battledore (a paddle) to hit the Shuttlecock back and forth. By the 16th century, it has become a popular game among children in England. In Europe this game was known as jeu de volant to them. In the 1860s, a game named Poona was played in India. This game is much like the Battledore and Shuttlecock but with an added net. The British army learned this game in India and took the equipments back to England during the 1870s.
  7. 7. Battledore and Shuttlecock
  8. 8. • In 1873, the Duke of Beaufort held a lawn party in his country place, Badminton. A game of Poona was played on that day and became popular among the British societys elite. The new party sport became known as "the Badminton game". In 1877, the Bath Badminton Club was formed and developed the first official set of rules.
  9. 9. BADMINTON
  10. 10. Must knows in playing Badminton • 2 Proper Grips • 2 kinds of Serve • Footwork • Attitude
  11. 11. 2 Proper Grips • Forehand • Back hand
  12. 12. 2 Kinds of Serve • Fore hand • Back hand
  13. 13. FOOTWORK:
  14. 14. Attitude:
  15. 15. Advice from Lee Chong Wei and from ME…
  16. 16. Lee Chong Wei• My advice for you players is to study if possible, don’t waste the opportunity and of course strive hard and with a little sacrifice and discipline, that might be the key to success.
  17. 17. Jolo Villegas• Just be patient and Go with the flow. Discipline and Perseverance is a must. Those are the things you must always have in your pockets.
  18. 18. 3rd Grade
  19. 19. 4th Grade
  20. 20. 5th Grade
  21. 21. 6th Grade
  22. 22. High schoolSTRUGGLES!!
  23. 23. A SECOND CHANCE HASBEEN GIVEN TO ME
  24. 24. And God gave me you guys…
  25. 25. Best Moments of our Training Im SEXY and I know IT!!!!
  26. 26. Currently, I am a Doubles player… And whenever I’m on the court the only person that I trust is my PARTNER!!
  27. 27. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING

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