What would you like to do?
What is love all in badminton?
Badminton is an indoor/outdoor game played with racket and shuttle cocks. The game as such was started in PUNE (India) later the game was given a boost in England with the nam…e of the hall as "Badminton" was used to give the game its official name. From then on Badminton was taken up as a recreational sport rather than competative before the game was picked up by the Asian giants like Indonesia, China, Malaysia, Korea, Hongkong etc... and countries like Denmark, Germany, Russia picked up the game later on. Badminton is the world's fastest racket sport with a speed of a smash reaching 150KM/PH. Some of the terminologies used in Badminton...... Service/drops/smash/net play/dribble/toss/clears/forehand/backhand/let/setting/drills/shuttle picking/ Game is played for 21 points with best of 5 games (scoring is TT scoring )
High Serve- Used in singles. This serve goes up high and comes down as vertical as possible at the back of your opponents court. Low Serve- Can be used in doubles or singles.… When you serve like this, you want your opponent to lift it. A good low serve is close to the net line, and falls near the service line. A bad low serve is either into the net (Which would lose you the point) or too high, which gives your opponent the chance to attack it and kill it. Flick serve- A useful serve to have. As the name suggests, the shuttle is flicked with power behind your opponent. Good flick serves look like low serves, and therefore deceive your opponent. Use this serve sparingly, because if your opponent anticipates it, it gives them a chance to smash. Drive Serve- Quite a rare serve. The shuttle is hit so it travels flat over the net cord, and lands near the back of your opponents court. Master all of these serves, and your opponent will never know what's coming next.
Overhead clear smash jump smash drop shot drive net shot slice serve (low serve, flick serve)
Rudy Hartono 8 Times All England Champion ( The most prestigious at that time) 7 times in a row as well
BADMINTON Badminton is the fastest racket sport on the planet with the shuttlecock capable of reaching speeds in excess of 200mph, that's faster than the speed o…f a Euro Star train! It's no surprise then that elite badminton players require supreme fitness, electric reaction speed, agility, poise, strength and finesse, but is also a sport that is easily picked up and that anyone can play. With the world's top players hailed as 'super heroes' within the fanatical badminton communities across Asia, badminton is one of the most popular sports on the globe, played, and enjoyed, by millions of people every day. Yet a sport with such universal appeal has its humble beginnings in the UK, where the game was formalised and founded. The sport even takes its name from the stately home of the Duke of Beaufort who was an early fan! The Olympic badminton competition, consisting of 5 different formats, is considered the pinnacle of the sport's competitive calendar; however it only featured for the first time in 1972 as a demonstration sport, becoming competitive 20 years later. Find out more about the history of badminton with the British Olympic Association. Badminton is played as singles or doubles, with Olympic events for men, women and mixed doubles teams. Team GB have had good representation in the Olympic badminton competitions since they started in 1992 with their most successful showing being at Athens in 2004 where Gail Emms and Nathan Robertson took silver in the mixed doubles event, having won gold at the European Championships earlier that year. The Badminton World Federation is charged with promoting the game of badminton worldwide and for managing and delivering major championships. They are supported by continental federations and national associations such as BADMINTON England, Badminton Scotland, Ulster Badminton and Welsh Badminton. It is these associations that we are working with to ensure that you have access to the best possible badminton experience across the UK through their extensive clubs network and other initiatives.
well first of all no one actually watches badminton i mean tennis is much better and to be honest i think roger federer was crap he failed to djokavik
j'aime faire du badmington
yes infact it is :)
The Yonex Carbonex 21 in my opinion. :)
A net, 2-4 racquets and a means to mark out the court.
Love means exactly the same as it does in tennis. So it would mean zero points. If somebody was winning 10-0, it would be said, ten - love.
I'm not sure about Louis but i am sure that Harry played it in high school as a sport so if Harry likes it Louis probably would
All England Open Badminton Championships was created in 1899.