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The sports lingo uses in badminton are smash, rally expedite, high clear,dropshot, fault, etc.


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Badminton can be compared to the sport tennis.


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Badminton is the national sport of Indonesia and Singapore and is the 5th most popular sport in the world.


Summer! Competitive badminton is played indoors and can be played in all seasons.



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