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HISTORY It is possible that a similar sport was played in early ancient civilizations such as Greece and Egypt. The sport was launched at a party given in 1873 by the Duke of Beaufort at his country place, "Badminton“, in Gloucestershire, England. During that time, the game had no name, but it was referred to as "The Game of Badminton," and, therefore, Badminton became its official name.
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HISTORY The oldest badminton club still in existence is located in London. The most famous Badminton Men’s tournament is called the Thomas Cup. The Uber Cup is the most famous tournament for females.
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Racket Shuttlecock Standards/Badminton Poles Nets Badminton Equipment Shuttlecock The official name for the object that the players must hit
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In a singles match, you need 1 person on each team; in doubles you need 2. A coin toss determines who serves first. The server serves from the right side service court to the receiver on the opposite side. If playing doubles,
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