Batminton

by Jocelyn Garcia , Jacquelin Macias

Who invented the game? When and where was it invented?

Badminten was invented in India in the 1800 by the Duke of Beufort.

What are the basic rules?

-To hit the shuttle with the racket so it passes over the net, and lands inside your opponents half of the court. When you do this you win a rally; win rallies to win the match.

-If your partner hits the shuttle into or under the net, or out of court, then you win the rally.

-Once the shuttle touches the ground, the rally is over.

-If you think your opponent’s shot is going to land out, then you should let it fall to the floor. -If you hit the shuttle instead, then the rally continues.

-You can only hit the shuttle once.

Facts!

- Badminton is the second most popular sport in the world, after soccer.

- Badminton was introduced into USA in the 1890s and became popular in the 1930s.

- Badminton is the Fastest Racket Sport with shuttle clocking speed in excess of 200 mph.

7 shots used in badminton.

-Handshake grip

-Backhand serve

-Forehand serve

-Sidearm stroke

-Underhand clear

-Backhand stroke

How is the badminton court similar to and different from pickleball?

Similarities

-The court is 20' by 40'

-The base line is 10'

-Both have a none valley zone.


Differences

-Bad minton has long service line for doubles

-Bad minton has a short service line

-Picleball’s net is 34'

-Badminton’s net is 5’