Badminton is not played with a ball. Badminton uses a feathered object called a shuttlecock, or 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
Badminton is played with a birdie, or formally a shuttlecock.
it dose not use a ball
Badminton became an Olymic sport on 1992 in Barcelona.
Badminton uses a racket and shuttlecock, no ball
Birdie or shuttlecock.
A crosscourt in badminton is where you hit the ball over the net. Hence the cross for crossing over the net.
Football in America is a contact sport that has 11 players on each team. Badminton is a racket sport that has one, sometimes 2 players on each team. In football the ball can be kicked or tossed. In badminton a ball is hit with a racket.
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Tennis, Squash or racquet ball.
Neither. Tennis uses a tennis ball and Badminton uses a birdy.
I believe it was simply that there were just better mintons out there and badminton was necessarily BAD but it was just easier to call it that and be done with it.
Badminton isn't played with a ball. It's played with a shuttlecock a feathered projectile. The game was invented in the mid eighteenth century by British army officer serving in India.
The best complementary sport for Badminton is Hand ball, Kho Kho or Kabaddi. Hand ball standing posture, hand eye and body cordination is very similar to that of badminton as per Vimal Kumar (ace badminton player and coach Tata Padukone Badminton acedemy) where as Kho Kho and Kabaddi provide excellent floor exercise
Badminton in means of physical reflexes, Call of Duty in means of mental and viewing reflexes.
You hit the ball thing over the net.