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Badminton is very different from tennis. The only similarities are that one person serves, you use a racquet, and you have to hit an object over a net. Other than that, the games are very different.
According to the Badminton Information website (refer to the link, below), modern badminton racquets "shall not exceed 680mm [approximately 26.8 inches] in overall length and 230 mm [approximately 9 inches] in overall width."According to the USTA Rules (refer to the link, below), modern tennis racquets "shall not exceed 29.0 inches overall length, including the handle. The frame of the racket shall not exceed 12.5 inches in overall width."Given the above, a tennis racquet can be larger than a badminton racquet. However, for the record, tennis racquets can be (and have been) smaller than a badminton racquet, but that would be impractical for most modern players, as the shorter tennis racquet would not be as powerful as a larger one.
Racquet comprising a ball striking surface, a racquet head frame, and a racquet handle. Different dimensions and lighter than a tennis racquet.
Rubber can bounce for a longer time and it can be played be a tennis racquet (you can not hit a cricket ball with tennis racquet) and one more reason is there is none other material other than rubber balls are made of rubber
a tennis racket is bigger than a squash and badminton racket.
like tennis, in badminton you hit a "ball" over a net with a racket. however for badminton you hit a "shuttlecock" which is the ball with feathers. the racket for badminton is also much lighter than a tennis racket mostly because the "ball" is lighter. badminton net is also higher, but not as high as a volleyball net
it is higher than a tennis net... all i know...
i play baseball, but i love cricket.. its possible to love something different than what you play. maybe he gets tired of badminton, and plays tennis instead, which happens to be somewhat similar... he just might not be as good at tennis as he is at badminton.
In badminton the players hit a shuttlecock (cone shaped object with rubber nose and feather flights) whereas in other raquet sports they hit a ball
According to the "Badminton Blog" website (refer to the link, below), the fastest badminton smash was recorded at 206 mph on June 3, 2005, while tennis' fastest serve (comparable to a smash) was clocked at 155 mph set in 2004, according to the Wikipedia website (refer to the link, below). Therefore, badminton may be considered faster than tennis.