Badminton Badminton is a racket sport played by either two opposing players or two opposing pairs. Its played with a shuttlecock.
Origin of badminton The current game of badminton arose from the version that a lot of people was playing in india,where he was called poona, name of a populationof the country where it was played. Some officialsof the british army saw the game in the India and took it to England about 1873
Playing court dimensions The court is rectangular and divided into halvesby a net. The total width of the track is 6.1 m, andin singles is reduced to 5.18 m. The total length is 13.4 m.In doubles, service area is also delimitedby a line for long service, which is 0.78 m from the depth line.
Racket and shuttlecock.The professional badminton rackets are light, with a weight of between 75 and 90 grams, while the rackets of beginners, some 100 or 115 grams A shuttlecock is the object with which badminton is played, it has feathers and is very lightweight
Mistakes in BadmintonIn the service:-Hitting the shuttlecock above the waist or theracket head is above the hand.-If the shuttlecock falls outside the oppositeservice area.During the game:-If you strike the shuttlecock at opposite field orthe racket is passed over the net.-If the shuttlecock is trapped in the network or theracket of a player
The Spanish player Pablo AbiánHe is the first player in the history of Spain thatwon a game of badminton in the Olympics, but lost the next game.