The goal is to hit the shuttle, or the 'birdie,' over the net and land on other side of the net. If a person hits it into the net or off the court they will lose that rally. You can hit the shuttle only once before it goes over the net. When serving, one cannot serve like in tennis, it must be below your waist when you hit the shuttle.
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
The aim of badminton is to hit the shuttle with your racket so that it passes over the net and lands inside your opponent's half of the court. Whenever you do this, you have won a rally; win enough rallies, and you win the match.
Your opponent has the same goal. He will try to reach the shuttle and send it back into your half of the court. You can also win rallies from your opponent's mistakes: if he hits the shuttle into or under the net, or out of court, then you win the rally.
If you think your opponent's shot is going to land out, then you should let it fall to the floor. If you hit the shuttle instead, then the rally continues.
Once the shuttle touches the ground, the rally is over. In this respect, badminton is not like tennis or squash, where the ball can bounce.
You must hit the shuttle once only before it goes over the net (even in doubles). In this respect, badminton is not like volleyball, where multiple players can touch the ball before sending it back over the net.
racket net and a bird
There are a few elements that you need for badminton. You need rackets, shuttlecocks, and a net. It is also necessary that you learn the basic rules of the game.
Until 1887 the sport was played in England under the rules that prevailed in India. The Bath Badminton Club standardized the rules and made the game applicable to English ideas. The basic regulations were drawn up in 1887. In 1893, the Badminton Association of England published the first set of rules according to these regulations, similar to today's rules, and officially launched badminton in a house called "Dunbar" at 6 Waverley Grove, Portsmouth, England on September 13 of that year.They also started the All England Open Badminton Championships, the first badminton competition in the world, in 1899.
There is no such term as batting in the sport of badminton.
No.Serving rules:Racquet head under your wristPoint of contact under your waistIf you can follow these 2 rules while hitting an overhand/if you are inhuman and are triple jointed to follow these rules, you can serve overhand.So, basically, you're not allowed serving overhand*There are other serving rules
No. There are same rules for both
the receiving team
no you only have 1
I think that foot working, shooting at the target and serving are the main skills in badminton.
Hit the shuttleCOCK
It's basically the same thiing as serving in badminton, when one who takes the first shot , is called the service .........
the same as boys supposedly