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SAFETY: 1. No horseplay. 2. Return equipment in proper designated areas. 3. No throwing of racquets or hitting players. HISTORY: 1. Badminton was first known as "poona", and was first seen in India. 2. The modern game of badminton was developed by the Duke of Beaufort at his home "Badminton", in Gloucestshire, England. REVIEW QUESTIONS FOR BADMINTON
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** All questions assume the player is RIGHT handed! 2. (T or F) The proper grip of a badminton racquet should have all fingers around the racquet EXCEPT the index finger. 3. (T or F) The hand should be near the end of the racquet. 4. Which one of the following is not true concerning the proper skill of the underhand long serve? a. The follow through should be over the left shoulder b. Contact the shuttle knee high c. Step forward with the left foot pointing to the diagonal court 2.) Before the back swing, both shoulders should be facing the net 4. Toes facing net, feet shoulder width apart, knees bent describe: a. Scoring b. Service fault c. Ready position d. Unready position 5. Where is the follow through for an overhead forehand clear for a right- handed player? 6. Explain the difference between the long and short underhand serve. 7. Define smash and drop shot. 8. Describe the proper form when using a smash and drop shot. 9. Define: let, fault, rallying, clear drive. 10. How many points to complete a game? 11. Explain from which court is the serve taken? 12. List three strategy facts. 13. List two history facts of badminton.
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  • Fall '12
  • MargaretFanourgakis
  • Left-handedness, Handedness, Tennis shots, shuttle

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