Tennis, Squash or racquet ball.
Some similar sports to badminton are tennis and pickleball.
A forehand shot.
A synthetic rubber, or similar.
No. Even though Badminton and Tennis have similar components, they require completely different strengths and tactics.
A similar game to badminton was developed in Greece 2000 years ago .Officialy started in a stately home in Gloucestershire in the 16th century . IBF (international badminton federation) was founded in 1934
Court configuration aside for all four sports... For strokes and general play, squash and racquetball are most similar. For court strategy and the value of physical conditioning, badminton and squash are most similar.
Backhand shots in tennis and badminton are very similar. What you do to play a backhand shot is to bring the hand holding the racket across your body and play at the ball/shuttle from there.
A game, similar to lawn tennis, played with shuttlecocks., A preparation of claret, spiced and sweetened.
A shot in which the hand flexes at the wrist, similar to how a person throws a ball.
The smash in badminton is a shot which you play when you hit the shuttlecock really hard and it lands on the opposite side.It's the most aggressive shot in badminton - the technique is very similar to serving in tennis or throwing a ball overarm.To learn about how to smash please see the related link.The smash is the most aggressive shot in badminton. The technique for smashing is very similar to serving in tennis or throwing a ball overarm.To learn more about smashing, have a look at the related link.
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 is called "poona" in india badminton is called "battledor" in england badminton is called "badminton" in america