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.
SQUASH, HANDBALL, GOODMINTON, and BATTLEDORE AND SHUTTLECOCK all preceded THE GAME WE NOW CALL BADMINTON.
badminton is called "poona" in india badminton is called "battledor" in england badminton is called "badminton" in america
It is called a "badminton court".
its called a Badminton Court
Badminton began in the mid-18th century when a net was added to the game called "Battledore and Shuttlecock". It was also called "Poona" as it was particularly popular in the town of Poona (now Pune). The game then became known as "Badminton Battledore" in about 1860 and then "Badminton" when played in 1873 at Badminton House.
The projectile used in Badminton is called a shuttlecock or shuttle.
Sanskrit meaning of badminton
Because when it was first played it in England it was played at badminton house. It was originally to be called battledore and shuttlecock
The three hits in badminton are called lob, smash, and drop.
badmintin was named badmintin because that's the name of the city badminton was invented in
In western civilization badminton came from a game called battledore and shuttlecock.
In Hindi also it's called Badminton.
Badminton originated from a 12th century game called paume.
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!
The match referee in badminton is called the umpire. There are 8 other linesmen for making line calls.
Badminton is not played with a ball. Badminton uses a feathered object called a shuttlecock, or shuttle.
another word for badminton birdie is called a "shuttlecock"
The badminton was first played in 17th century in Gloucestershire in England at a place called 'BADMINTON'. The first badminton club was also established in BATH (England) in the year 1873.
Badminton took its name from the Gloucestershire seat of the dukes of Beaufort, (England) where it is believed to have evolved in the 1870s from the older game of shuttlecock. The original name of Badminton was Ha Ha
A serve that can be retaken is called