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In badminton, the grip should be neither tight nor loose but firm and pliant, loosening as the swing progresses.Select one:TrueFalseBadminton can be played in both singles and doubles.The ball used in table tennis is fragile but quite hard to break.Another name for a shuttlecock.The net in badminton must be made of fine cord of light color and thickness with a mesh of not less than 20mm.Select one:True
FalseThe ____ shot is used rarely but effectively. It is a and downward swing. (table tennis)The overall dimension of a badminton racket cannot exceed 26 3/4 inches in length, 9 inches in width and 11 inches in head length.The official badminton court for a game of singles is:When the bird touches the top of the net and falls in the proper side of the court, it is called ____.Select one:a. clearb. fault
c. letd. dropThis refers to the single layer of cellular rubber in the paddle of the table tennis racket located underneath the rubber surface.Which of the following is not a part of a badminton racket?In badminton, any stroke made on the side of the body opposite the racket side.
In badminton, this term refers to loss of service.Select one:a. letb. hand-outc. loved. faultBadminton was said to be similar to what game?The grip wherein the forefinger and thumb reach over the shoulders of the blade, with the other fingers spread over the back. (table tennis)In badminton, ___ is the stroke used to initiate play and used to begin each point in the match.
This refers to the line running parallel to the net in the badminton court.Select one:a. short base lineb. short service linec. long service lined. base lineThe variable length of feathers in a shuttlecock.