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Badminton
Introduction
History
Development
Facilities & Equipment
Basic Skills
Basic Rules & Regulation

Introduction to Badminton
Badminton is a
tennislike game
played with light
strong rackets
that are used to
strike a
shuttlecock back
and forth, before
it hits the ground
across a high net
within a
rectangular court.

History of Badminton

History of Badminton
Came from a child's
game called
battledore and
shuttlecock
, in
which two players
hit a feathered
shuttlecock back
and forth with tiny
rackets.


In India, during
the 18th
Century, the
game was called
"POONA".
British Army
Officers
stationed there
took the Indian
version back to
England in the

1860's.


History of Badminton

History of Badminton
In 1873, the new
sports is launched at a
party given by the
Duke of Beaufort at
his country place,
"Badminton" in
Gloucestershire.
During that time, the
game had no name,
but it was referred to
as "The Game of
Badminton
," and,
thereupon,
Badminton became
its official name.

Since a small army
of badminton
players had been
recruited, a group
formed itself into
the Bath
Badminton Club,
standardized the
rules, made the
game applicable to
English ideas and
the basic
regulations, drawn
up in 1887, still
guide the sport.
History of Badminton

Development of Badminton