I think it comes from Badminton House, the home of the Dukes of Beaufort, Gloucestershire.
Basketball, without a doubt. Next comes netball, then tennis, and finally badminton.
Badminton lines are in :D if it gos out of the lines it is obliviously out and if it is in the lines then it is in! any help? what if it lands on the line and bounces? Define "goes in "and "goes out". Is that where it comes to rest after a bounce?
"Badminton" in English is badminton in Italian.
badminton is called "poona" in india badminton is called "battledor" in england badminton is called "badminton" in america
The badminton equipment you need is a birdie, a badminton racquet, another player, a badminton court and a pair of badminton shoes.
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badminton was played as early as the 16th century by the Chinese. but it was in England where they made the first set of official rules in 1873. -Chow Badminton began in the 19th century (1870) and was named by the Duke of Beaufort after Badminton House in Gloucestershire. The has technically existed for almost 2,000 years ago starting in Greece, but England was the first country to give the game the title of Badminton. The name comes from the Duke of Gloucestershire in the 1850's who's residence was Badminton House. A pamphlet entitled "Badminton Battledore - a new game" was published in 1860, and this was the first time the name badminton was used to describe the game.
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 badminton court with a net, a badminton racket and a shuttlecock...
A seed in badminton means a badminton player .
badminton england & badminton world federation
when you play badmintan the fun comes it too nice that is also a good for exercise
I would say Michelle Li or Derek Leung when it comes to singles.
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the four different tricks are mainly- 1. badminton clears 2. badminton drop shots 3. badminton drives 4. badminton smash
There is no scientific name for badminton. Badminton is a sport, not a living creature.
a badminton racket (if possible yonex), a shuttle , a badminton court with a net.
The tools that we use in badminton are: Badminton Racket Net Shuttlecock
A badminton player is a person who plays badminton, either professionally or for pleasure.