How to play badminton
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How to play badminton by "Expert".

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Published by W. Foulsham in London .
Written in English

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Including official rules.

Statementby "Expert".
SeriesFoulsham"s sports library
The Physical Object
Pagination90p. :
Number of Pages90
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19760430M

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The Badminton Guide Blog Introduction to Badminton (History, Rules, Equipment & Benefits) Badminton is a sports racket that is played with a shuttlecock or birdie as a projectile and where the players are separated by a net that divides the court into two equal parts.   To play badminton, start by serving to the other player or team on the opposite side of the court. Then, wait for them to hit the shuttlecock back to your side. When they do, try to hit it back over the net to the other side. Keep hitting the shuttlecock back and forth like this until one side misses or hits the net%(86). Badminton works your entire body as your legs are moving you round the court and your upper body helps you to hit the perfect return so it's a great all round workout.  You can play at different levels too so those wanting a lower intensity rally can catch up on the chat at the same time, but for others a competitive game may be the way forward. (Laws of Badminton & Regulations) / It is the duty of everyone concerned with badminton to keep themselves informed about the BWF Statutes COPYRIGHT ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Permission to reprint material in this book, either wholly or in part in any form whatsoever, must be obtained from the Badminton World Federation Updated 25 May byFile Size: 1MB.

Badminton Tutorial in PDF - You can download the PDF of this wonderful tutorial by paying a nominal price of $ Your contribution will go a long way in helping us. Pay and Play badminton sessions are open to anyone interested in playing – simply book your court and get started! We can provide nets, shuttlecocks and rackets – you'll just need to provide a partner to play with.   All of these important elements are in the book, Skills, Drills and Strategies for Badminton. This book will appeal to beginers and experienced players alike. Teachers and coaches will find the information contained within valuable in their respective positions. C:\Letters\BADMINTN\Coaches Manual\BADMINTON • During Regular Play it is a “fault” if: 1. Player reaches over net to play the bird (follow through over the net after contact is legal), 2. Player hits the bird twice in one motion or momentarily holds or File Size: 48KB.