the side tramlines are out, the back tramlines are in.
Anywhere behind the back line.
You clear in badminton to get the birdie far and high. It also puts your opponent at the back of the court if you land a good clear.
It was orginaly from India when it was called 'poojha' then it was brought back to England where they played it at their house which was called badminton house!
In singles badminton, the court is tall and skinny, meaning the back alley is always in use and the side alleys are out of bounds.
back left or right depending on which side the opponent is
No it waz called baddairyton back in the late 1990's
back boundary line at each end of the court that runs parallel to the net
It's called a shuttlecock.
The badminton court is split into 8 areas on each side of the court, 4 along the back and 4 closer to the net. The 2 sections in the middle closest to the net are the service areas.
The back court is the area of your team's court that is closest to the endline (serving line).