Players score points by passing the ball over the net with a racket and hitting the ground in the other side of the opponent’s field. Each side has only one time to touch the bridge to bring the bridge to the other court.
The turn ends when the ball touches the floor, or an error is made by the referee or the referee. In the absence of an arbiter, by the player himself, at any time during the stroke of play.
Badminton has a much higher maximum speed when compared to other racquet sports. Because it is quite light, it is easily affected by wind, so athletes only compete indoors. Badminton can still be played outdoors but only for the main purpose of exercise.
Since 1992, badminton has officially become one of the Olympic sports with 5 categories of competition: men’s singles and women’s singles, men’s doubles and women’s doubles, men’s doubles. It is also a game that involves a lot of technique, requires a good combination and develops complicated moves of the racquet.
Although it is clear that the Badminton House, in Gloucestershire, owned by Duke of Beaufort, has given its name to the sport. But there is no evidence yet on when and why the name was accepted and widely used.
By early 1875, veterans returning from India formed a club in Folkestone. By 1887, the sport was played in England according to popular competition rules in British India. The Badminton Club of Bath has standardized the code and made the game in keeping with the English mind. J.H.E. Hart reviewed the fundamental changes in 1887 and in 1890.
Initially only nine founding members, now BWF has 149 members, from Aruba to Zambia.
At the 1972 and 1988 Olympics, badminton was only introduced as a performance sport.
But starting in 1992, it became an official Olympic game.
Four years ago, Indonesia won the men’s doubles again, but China still won the most gold medals.
One of the charms of badminton is in the men’s and women’s doubles category, the two sexes can compete with relatively equal ability.