History and Basic Rules of Badminton

Badminton is already for a long time and it is believed that this sport is derived from India. It was in fact the sport played Pune; a game that is very similar to badminton. Around 1873 the game was extensively practiced on an English country estate Badminton???? name. It is believed that the game has taken the name of the estate.

The Essential

In order to play a game of badminton, you need a variety of attributes, including a racket and proper shoes are very important. Moreover, it is a good sport suit also useful; think of a track suit during a t-shirt and shorts / skirt. When you can play badminton with two shuttles type: feathers and nylon. The choice depends on the level of play.

How do I Choose The Right Racket?

Today there are so many different brands and types of rackets that you actually do not know where to start looking for a good, new racket. You must make the final decision, even if it can give another is often afford on your choice.Some useful points where you can look for when buying your rack:

  • The racket must have a built-tee, will be your images more accurate, faster, and go the racket anymore.
  • There are two types of leaves: oval and isometric. For beginners is an isometric rack is recommended.
  • You may be a racquet that is longer than the other. This is not a disaster, with a longer racket, you usually have a wider scope than short???? rackets.
  • A lighter missile play might be better and is more flexible, but with a heavier racquet can again hit harder.Although this is a personal choice.

Game Types

In badminton, there are five different game modes:

  • only men
  • only ladies
  • male double
  • women’s doubles
  • Mixed

The Competition

Before you start the race, you always think first before your opponent. When the shuttle is thrown up, called???? throw. The side where the lid on the shuttle point can choose to start the show / receiving the service or choose one side of the field. Has made ​​that choice, then elections from the remaining possibilities.
Since 2006, with a new scoring and this means that there is always a point can be made; whether you are in use the shuttle is on or off. Previously, it was so that you could just point out that when you were self-serving.
With the new scoring run all competitions to 21 points, including singles. You’ve won a game when you have the first 21 points, provided the two points difference with the opponent. A state with like 20-20, so it will be automatically extended for so long and played until there is a difference of two points. The extreme maximum is 30 points; This also means that the first to have won 30 points, even if there is no difference between two points.
For each game, there is actually an arbitrator who maintains the points and determines whether a shuttle is on or off. If the referee is not sure if he made ​​the right decision, he can let?? one?? give. The point is played or recorded.

Server

The place where you should be when you serve, depending on the number of points where at the same time. If you have 0 points, you start in the right with the service and with an odd number of points you are in the left pane. In addition, each team has only one service and are always struck serving from the right to the same number of points and the odd number of pixels from the left pane. Is the opponent a point, then the service is all about. A standard rule in badminton is that it is always served diagonally; This means that served underhand to the field diagonally across the box that served.

After The Game

After the match played, you give the opponent a decent hand and thanks for playing or congratulate you one with his / her victory. When all games are played, you always have a drink with the opponent. Basically, you are always playing against the same opponents 2x: one race is your home race and the next time you play an away game in the opponent’s home. If you have so lost your home game, you can train even temporarily hard so that next time you match them win!

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