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Transcript of BADMINTON
badminton started in the mid-1800s, where it was created by British military officers. badminton was originally called 'battledore (the paddle) and shuttlecock'.
Its name then changed to what we know today badminton, named after badminton house in Gloucestershire.
The first set of official badminton rules were published in 1893 by the Badminton association of England.
In 1989, the badminton association of England organized 'the all England open badminton championships.' since 1992, badminton became an olympic sport, with events for men and women.
How to play
When you lose the serve, the serve goes to the other team (players)
Lines of the Court
Server and Receiver are diagonally across from each other.
A badminton game consists the best of 3 games of 21 points.
Every time there is a serve, a point is scored.
The side (team) winning a rally adds a point to their score.
The side winning the point serves first in the next game (or rally).
At the start of the game
Top 3 badminton players; Singles, Men, Women, Doubles
Badminton is mostly dominated by asian players especially in China.
In Europe, Denmark is the powerhouse.
Top 3 women's singles:
1. Chnli xuerui- China (CHN)
2. Chnwang Shixian- China (CHN)
3. Chnwang Yihn- China (CHN)
Top 3 Men's Singles:
1. LEE Chong Wei- Malaysia (MAS)
2.Chen Long- China (CHN)
3. Jan O Jorgensen- Denmark (DEN)
Top 3 Women's doubles:
1. Chswang Xiaoli, Chnyu Yang (F)- China (CHN)
2. Chnbao Yixin, Chntang Jinhua- China (CHN)
3. Kamilla Rytter Juhl, Christinna Pedersen- Denmark (DEN)
Top 3 Men's doubles:
1. Hendra Setiawan, Mohammad Ahsan- Indonesia (INA)
2. Mathias Boe, Carsten Mogensen- Denmark (DEN)
3. Hiroyuki Endo, Kenichi Hayakawa- Japan (JPN)
Top 3 Mixed doubles:
1. Zhang Nan, Zhao Yunlei- China (CHN)
2.Tontowi Ahmad, Liliyana Natsir- Indonesia (INA)
3. Xu Chen, Chnma Jin- China (CHN)
Skills required to play
Proper grip on racquet
Having good awareness (concentration)
Variety of shots
The racquet (two-four)
The shuttlecock (the Birdie)
A badminton court
A badminton net
All the equipment need to be a certain size.
In some badminton games there are 10 officials.
rules and responsibility of an official
The referee (official) is the overall in charge of the game. The official make sure that the game is fair.
rules and responsibility of an umpire
The umpire is in charge of the court and keeps track of the score (he/she read the point out after every rally). The umpire also makes rules regarding fault or let.
rules and responsibility of an line judge
The line judge if responsible for the service, side or baseline during the game. He/she also decides if the shuttlecock has landed in our out of the court.
They tell this to the umpire by hand signals or if the umpire fails to notice, then verbal communication is used.
rules and responsibility of an service judge
An service judge calls out a fault during a serve of the shuttlecock.
1. Foot can't go over the serve line when serving.
2. Right side serves when the score is on an even number, Left side serves when the score is on odd.
3. Underhand serve, racquet can't be above waist.
4. Serve to the opposite side of the court.
5. Right side always serves first.
6. Make sure you know the court for singles and doubles, as anything out can give an point to the other team.
7. Players can sometime change courts during half: 11 points.
8. If someone is in ready position and attempt to recieve a serve, you cannot call a reserve.
9. You cannot touch the net when the shuttle is in play.
10. You cannot obstruct an opponent's stroke.
11. No double hits allowed.
12. the shuttle cannot rest on the racquet and then "flung", only hit- you will know when it happens.
Fault or let
If the shuttle goes under the net, passes through the net, or fails to pass the net, touches walls or ceiling, touches the person or the dress.
If a player touches the net or its supports with racquet, person or dress, invades an opponent's court over the net with racquet or person except as permitted.
If an player deliberately distracts the opponent or the other player, by any actions or shouting.
If a shuttle is caught in the net and remains suspended on top or, after passing over the net, is caught in the net.
If during service, the receiver and server are both faulted at the same time.
If the server serves before the receiver is ready.
If a line judge is unsighted and the umpire is unable to make an decision.
The aim of the game, is to hit the shuttlecock over the net, continuously following the rules, and creating a rally. Which means scoring a point, which is added to your total. The team or person with the most points wins the game.
Rules and Regulations
TOP 3 WOMEN'S SINGLES:
1. Li Xuerui- China
2. Wang Shixian- China
3. Chnwang Yihan- China
1.The team that wins the toss serves first.
2. You serve from the right at the beginning of the game.
3. The person receiving the shuttlecock has to be opposite, i.e. either right or left.
4. If your score is on a even number, you serve from the right.
5. If your score is on a odd number you, serve from the left.
6. In doubles serve, only your opponent across can return the serve.
7. You will continue to return the shuttlecock until a team scores an point, or if its a 'let' or 'fault'.
8. The officials decide if its a 'fault' or 'let'.
9. Each time, the shuttlecock must go over the net.