Badminton rules.docx - Badminton rules | up to date 2019 ADAM SCOTT BADMINTON TIPS BADMINTON RULES The badminton rules are pretty simple Enough to

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Badminton rules | up to date 2019 ADAM SCOTT NOVEMBER 17, 2018 BADMINTON TIPS BADMINTON RULES The badminton rules are pretty simple. Enough to understand the basic aspects of the rules of badminton on notbadminton.com and you will be ready to start playing! Along badminton history , official badminton organization (BWF) put rules to regulate Badminton game, as the size of badminton court, badminton net height, badminton racket measurements, badminton score, badminton rules for singles, badminton rules for doubles and fouls in badminton. Notbadminton will try to simplify all badminton rules and make it clear to badminton lovers. size of badminton court According to the rules, the size of a badminton court is 13.40 x 6.10 m for a doubles game and 13.40 x 5.18 m for a single. Size of badminton court in feet is 44 ft x 20 ft for doubles and 44 ft x 17 ft for single games. -The court should be marked with 40 mm wide lines. -The lines marking the court should be easily distinguishable, preferably white or yellow. -All lines are part of the areas of the field that they limit BADMINTON COURT
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Badminton net height The net is the barrier that separates the field of badminton between a player and his opponent, which is composed of longitudinal and transverse cords made from nylon, cotton or plastic. The upper edge of the net should be at a height of 1.55 m (5 ft 1 inch) from the court surface at the edges and 1.524 m (5 ft) in the center. According to the badminton rules by BWF , the net should be made of a thin cord of dark color and the same thickness, with cells from 15 x 15 mm to 20 x 20 mm. See also: How to set badminton court at your backyard? Shuttlecock Badminton shuttlecock or birdie is the ball of the badminton game, which is made of 16 goose feathers, arranged to form an open cup, and a half-spherical base made of a rubber foam material. According to the rules, the shuttle can be made from natural and (or) synthetic materials. Regardless of the material, the flight characteristics of the shuttlecock should be close to those obtained from a natural feather shuttlecock with a cork stopper head coated with a thin skin. a. Feather shuttlecock: 1. The shuttle shall be composed of 16 feathers, fixed in the head. 2. The feathers should be the same length: from 62 mm to 72 mm, which is measured from the tip of the pen to the top of the head. 3. The ends of the feathers should form a circle with a diameter of 58 – 68 mm. 4. Feathers should be firmly fastened with thread or other suitable material. 5. The head should be 25 – 28 mm in diameter, rounded down. 6. A shuttle should have a weight of 4.74 – 5.50 grams. b. synthetic shuttlecock: 1. Natural feathers are replaced with a simulator made of synthetic material. 2. The head must meet the requirements for feather shuttlecocks. 3. The size and weight of the shuttle should comply with the requirements for feather shuttlecocks.
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