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Proper equipment for playing badminton


Like any sport when you come to a badminton game you want to make sure that you have the proper equipment.

The main piece of equipment that you are going to need is a Badminton racket, unlike a tennis racket badminton rackets are smaller and lighter, weighing between 70 and 90 grams. They are generally made with steel or aluminum. There is debate about if the strings should be tight or loose. Tighter strings are said to improves your control while lower tension makes the string bed more bouncy which helps to increase the power of the swing. Some find the high tension to not help them shoot accurately, the best way to figure out the proper tension for you is to try out different tension until you find the one you like.

Shuttlecock also known as a birdie is the "ball" that is used to play. It is made of sixteen overlapping feathers embedded in a rounded cork base that is covered by a layer of either leather or synthetic material. Because the feather birdies tend to break easily players lean towards synthetic ones made out of plastic and synthetic foam.

While you can wear your regular running shoes to play badminton running shoes have too much built-up lateral support which will not protect your foot from injury. The lack of support in badminton shoes allow for free movement in your feet and the thin soles lower your center of gravity leading to less injury. Learning proper footing will also help to keep you from getting injured while playing badminton.

Finally you are going to need a badminton net. The top of the net should be 5 feet from the ground at the center, it should be 2 feet and 6 inches in depth and reach the whole width of the court. There is no regulation as to the height of the ceiling or amount of space over the top of the net, but it makes sense to not have a fair amount of space over the net. The colors of the net are generally dark colors like black or navy with a white stripe across the top

Now that you have the proper equipment, go grab a friend and start playing!

on Nov 04, 2013 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Is badminton an olympic sport?


badminton joined the olympics in 1992.

Feb 20, 2013 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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How many people play badminton at a time?


There can be two opposing players in a singles match or else two opposing pairs in a doubles match.

Feb 20, 2013 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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What is the most expensive badminton racket?


I think its the Yonex NanoSpeed 9000 (Type X) Badminton Racket , its $260

Jan 17, 2013 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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What are the rules of badmington?


You can read all the rules here: http://www.badminton-information.com/rules-of-badminton.html

Jan 17, 2013 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Cannot receive wcpo tv9 cinti. OH. was warned ahead of time ,unable to solve my problem. we have a digital stream -dolby dtv one # is yo 153 715 and # 15-150. can you help; thank you, john


johnnybert85,

I show the WCPO ABC channel 9 is part of the local package we offer at DISH Network. Are you still not able to receive that channel? If not, please tell me what happens when you go to that channel. An alternate channel is either 5160 or 8350 depending on your orbital location. I hope this helps.

Ray Calo
DISH Network

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