The Badminton equipment you need is a birdie, a badminton racquet, another player, a badminton court and a pair of badminton shoes.
Equipment used is badminton includes battledore and shuttlecock. While the tool for playing the badminton game is the racket. All badminton equipment is lightweight
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RacketThe badminton racket is one of the most important tools a player has in the game. Badminton rackets are much lighter than most other sports rackets because they are made from materials such as carbon fiber or lighter metals such as aluminum. Strings that are stretched across the opening of the racket in a checkerboard pattern, which acts as the hitting surface. Badminton rackets can vary widely in cost depending on whether they are purchased as part of a basic backyard set or as more expensive professional models. ShuttlecockThe badminton shuttlecock, also referred to as a birdie, acts similarly to a ball in other racket sports. However, the design of the birdie creates more drag as it is propelled through the air due to its feathered shape. The shuttlecock is made up of a cone shape with a hard cork at its tip. Shuttlecocks can be made from a variety of materials -- more expensive models are actually made from feathers, and less expensive models are made from plastic. NetThe net divides the badminton court into two sides. A badminton net is placed lower than a volleyball net at five feet and one inches high on the sides and five feet high in the center. The net length may vary depending on whether doubles or singles are playing, with singles reaching 17 feet and doubles reaching 22 feet. FacilitiesThe badminton court should be 44 feet long by 22 feet wide if playing doubles, and 44 feet long by 17 feet wide for singles. If the facility is indoors, there needs to be enough height for the shuttlecock to be able to float across the net without hitting the ceiling. This height will vary depending on the strength of the players.
A badminton racket, shuttle cock, badminton net, sensible clothing (sports where), a hall or indoor facility with badminton court markings on the floor.
Badminton posts are the posts on either side of the court that hold the net up.
The players must have a shuttlecock and racquets.
they carry a watch, stopwatch and no Cards