Who is the officials in badminton?
Line Judges and Referee
during badminton tournaments, there are a total of 6 officials officiating the game: an umpire, a service judge, and 4 linesmen (2 for each side of the court positioned at the baseline) . however, during doubles finals of the tournament, another 2 linesmen are sometimes added (one for each side of the court positioned at the doubles service line).
An early version of Badminton was developed in Japan in the 16th Century. It was called Hanetsuki. In western societies, such as England, the early version called Battledore and Shuttlecock was invented. The new sport was released from Badminton House in Gloucestershire, which is how it formed its name. Later on, after experiencing difficulties playing outside, due to the fact that the shuttlecock is so light, and that the wind could easily affect it the…
The umpire keeps the badminton match going according to schedule. It is the umpire's job to manage the other officials such as line judges. The umpire usually reports to the referee although the referee is not always on the court and may be in charge of several matches at one time. The umpire is required to keep only authorized persons in the immediate surroundings of a match.
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."