What is the legal served of a badminton game?
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Yes,badminton is an olympic game.
badminton is not a national game
Officials call if a bird is out of bounds, to keep score, make sure players follow rules and make sure serves are legal.
badminton is a international game inthe world but, badminton game most played in Malaysia and china.
Badminton is a Racquet sport!
england Badminton is the National Game of Indonesia & Singapore.
A badminton game is scored by hitting the birdie to the other side of the net.
The equiments are a shuttlecock,a racquet,a pair of badminton shoes and a badminton net.
no point is awarded
Christopher Badminton, but I think he was known as Chrissy.
they officiating a badminton game..
name the awards associated with badminton
badminton manner where the lord came back from India where they played another version of the game
"in the 19th century, a game similar to tennis was played in India. It was called poona. Poona was brought to England by English soldiers stationed in India. Then in 1873, the English Duke of Beaufort held a party at Badminton, his country estate, where a slightly different form of this game was played for the first time. Since the first matches of the new game were played at Badminton, the new game became known… Read More
there are 4 different officials in badminton
yes,Badminton can be played outside and inside if its not windy.
Badminton originated from a 12th century game called paume.
It was named after Badminton House owed by Duke Where this game was played.
badminton goes to 21 points.
Badminton is named for the country estate of the Duke of Beaufort, where the game was first played in England in 1873.
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.
Badminton • Referee - To run the tournament which is taking place • Umpire - To enforce the laws of the game • Service Judge - To determine whether the serve is legal • Line Judge - To decide whether or not the shuttle lands in play
Equipment used is badminton includes battledore and shuttlecock. While the tool for playing the badminton game is the racket. All badminton equipment is lightweight
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 official name for badminton is shuttlecock which started as an ancient game.
the refee in badminton does absolutely nothing because he or she will be fat and lazy.
Officials are basically referees. There are usually 6 officials in a badminton game.
badminton CAN BE PLAYED OUTSIDE ON THE LAWN AS WELL AS INSIDE A GYM.
Mahesh Bhupati plays Lawn tennis not badminton..
Badminton can be played indoors or outdoors. However, most competitive matches are played inside.
officiate the game
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Lawn tennis game played on a grass surface but Badminton game played with light rackets
You forfeit the game. Sorry man.
An umpire is in charge of the game.
I think it comes from Badminton House, the home of the Dukes of Beaufort, Gloucestershire.
Since it is a sport, most people "play" it. If they are very good at it, we say they "excel" at badminton. Of course, people can "win" at badminton, and they can also "lose" at badminton. And when they are first becoming familiar with the game, we can say they "are learning" badminton or they "are practicing badminton."
SQUASH, HANDBALL, GOODMINTON, and BATTLEDORE AND SHUTTLECOCK all preceded THE GAME WE NOW CALL BADMINTON.
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
Yes the serve of a shuttlecock must be served underhand
The sport/game of badminton was derived from the game of poona. British soldiers played the game while in India. After going home they described the game to their friends and family. The Duke of Beaufort enjoyed playing the game on his estate, which was called Badminton. It became popular among the British elite and was named 'The Badminton Game'.
The game called something like Poona (??) originally played in India and brought into England by the army. And the Duke of Beaufort played the first Badminton game in his house party and became popular after that. Click on the 'Badminton' link on this page to read about the game and its history.
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In western civilization badminton came from a game called battledore and shuttlecock.
the three counties that dominate in badminton are China, Japan ,and North Korea
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