Tennis does not use bats. Tennis is played with a racket - a sports implement consisting of a handled frame with an open hoop across which a network of strings or catgut is stretched tightly. The tennis ball is struck using this network of strings.
The implement used to strike the ball in table tennis is officially called a racket (as per the International Table Tennis Federation). It differs from the racket used in tennis in that it is laminated wood covered with rubber or sand-paper on one or two sides (no netting strung across an open hoop). Local terms for the racket include "paddle" (common in the USA) and "bat" (often used in Europe).
By the rules of the ITTF:
Shuttlecocks that's not right there called birdie you know the frilly things with the balll at the end
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In tennis it is called a racket.
The projectile used in Badminton is called a shuttlecock or shuttle.
The three hits in badminton are called lob, smash, and drop.
In Hindi also it's called Badminton.
The back of a badminton court is a back boundary line and long service line for singles.
another word for badminton birdie is called a "shuttlecock"
Also called a shuttlecock, the birdie is used in badminton.
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.
In western civilization badminton came from a game called battledore and shuttlecock.
Badminton is the original name in English, but the game is sometimes known as battledore and shuttlecock. The name comes from the shuttlecock, the a lightweight ball with feathers volleyed back and forth, more commonly referred to in the modern day as a birdie. The more modern name comes from Badminton House, the home of the Duke of Beaufort, in Gloucestershire, England. The game comes from the Indian game Poona, which became popular with British officers in India in the nineteenth century.
A serve that can be retaken is called