There are a set of lines on each court that dictate the boundary lines. For doubles, during the serve, the boundaries are the widest at the sides and short at the back (the innermost lne), and after the serve, it's full court, meaning the boundaries expand to the all of the outermost lines. For singles, from serve to game start, the boundaries will remain the same - the sidelines are the innermost lines and the back line is the outermost line.
A net, 2-4 racquets and a means to mark out the court.
Row width does not adjust. You can adjust column width or row height.
Singles court is 17' x 44', doubles court is 20' x 44' with a 5'-0" minimum unobstructed area on all sides
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Lines are two connected points with length but no width. When the end points of lines are all shared by other lines a shape is formed. This shape is known as a polygon.
No. The point of a barcode is that the combination of thin and fat lines makes a unique code to identify the product by.
badminton is mostly played in all the countries
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.
to reach all areas of the court in time to hit the next shot and score more points than opponent.
Not all people like badminton but it can be a healthy sport to play.
Equipment used is badminton includes battledore and shuttlecock. While the tool for playing the badminton game is the racket. All badminton equipment is lightweight