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Information regarding badminton, a sport.
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Decade badminton was introduced.
Location army officers were returning from when badminton was introduced.
Duke of Beaufort
The estate at which badminton was popularized.
Year the Badminton Association of England adopted rules.
Colonel S.S.C. Dolby
Person responsible for rules of badminton.
Year American Badminton Association was founded.
April 1, 1937
Date first badminton national championship was conducted.
Year first Badminton World Championship was played.
Year first Badminton World Championship was scheduled.
Year badminton was added to the Olympic Games.
Extension of the court by one and one half feet on both sides for doubles play.
The area between the back boundary line and the long service lines.
Origin of the name "badminton."
The object with feathers which flies through the air over a badminton court.
Another name for "bird."
Material of the traditional shuttlecock.
Material of the modern bird.
Placing the racket in front of the bird, letting it rebound into the other court.
The illegal momentary holding of the bird on a racket during the execution of a stroke.
Another name for "carry."
Another name for "carry."
A high, deep shot hit to the back boundary line.
The area bounded by the outer lines of play.
The playing of badminton by two opposing players on a longer, thinner court.
Shot hit diagonally from one side of the court to another.
The art of deceiving or outwitting your opponent. Accomplished in badminton with deceptive shots by changing the direction and speed of the bird at just the right or last minute.
The illegal hitting of the bird twice in succession on the same stroke.
A fast and low shot which makes a horizontal flight pattern over the net.
Quickly hit serve with a flat trajectory.
Finesse stroke hit with very little speed which falls close to the net on the opponent's side.
The hitting surface of the badminton racket.
The path of the bird as it moves through the air.
Speeding up the bird with a quick wrist action.
hairpin net shot
Stroke made from below and very close to the net with the bird just clearing the net and then dropping sharply downward.
The center spot in the court where all hits could conceivably be returned.
Status of the bird from when it is struck on the serve until a rules violation is committed.
A fast forward shot which usually cannot be returned.
Serve that touches the top of the net, but makes it into the correct service box.
The bird is served again without penalty after this.
Mode of play where the winner wins two out of three games.
A shot hit in the forecourt (near the net) with the bird just clearing the net.
A stroke played just above head height.
The smallest unit of scoring.
Points needed to win in a standard game.
Points needed to win in a rally game.
Number of a points a team must be ahead in order to win.
Type of badminton game where only the serving team may score.
Type of badminton game where any team can score due to a fault.
A gentle net shot laid by merely pushing the bird over the net.
An alert body position enabling quick movement in any direction.
The act of putting the bird into play.
Another name for "serve."
diagonal, underhand, below waist
Three requirements of a serve.
A poor shot that allows for an easy kill by the opponents.
The loss of the serve by the serving team as a result of a fault, causing the other team to serve.
Hard hit overhead shot which forces the bird sharply downward.
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