How is badminton game won?


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2010-09-02 16:18:37
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Three sets of game played in total, played till 21 points with a 2 point lead win. If a 20-20 is spotted, then the game continues until one side games the 2 point lead (e.g. 23-21) up to 30 points whereupon the first side to reach 30 points wins the set. Win two sets out of three sets of the games wins the Badminton game.

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