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The two types of shuttlecocks are the feathered and the syntheticThe number of feathers fixed in the base of a shuttlecock. 16governs the promotion and development of badminton in the Philippines. Badminton Association of the PhilippinesThe Post should be 1.55refers to the move of hitting the ball in a high arc.LobThe length of the tennis court is78The official court for a game of singles is:44ft long x 17ft wideThis refers to the line running parallel to the net. short service lineWhere did badminton originate from an old and similar game?EnglandBadminton can be played in both singles and doubles. TRUEAt the event of a forehand stroke, the racket head must be atHip level backOccasionally move your body forward with a swing as it will direct the flight of the ball.Trueallows extremely wide reach and maximum power with minimum effort. eastern griptechnique starts from the ready position, with the feet facing the net. The player steps forward using the right foot and meet the ball early for the backhand execution.one handed-backhandThe overall dimension of a racket cannot exceed 26 3/4 inches in length, 9 inches in width and 11 inches in head length. A ball bouncing near the end line of the table.DeepHungary and Czechoslovakia are some of the countries that dominated the table tennis international competitions.Which of the following is not a part of a racket?A defensive stroke where the ball is struck with a downward and forward motion with a short chopping motion.The ball isin coloryellowrequires a strong wrist to be effective.Table tennis originated on December 1890. In a doubles game, the tennis court is36stroke is used in baseline rallies.Backhandin preparation for a backhand stroke.
True or False: Table tennis can only be played indoors.The ball resting on the palm of the free hand is tossed upwards around six or more inches in height, letting it bounce on the table side of the server before passing by the net and bounce in the receiver's side of the table.