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BADMINTON 2º ESO BILINGUE by Mind Map: BADMINTON 2º ESO BILINGUE
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BADMINTON 2º ESO BILINGUE

History

- Games similar to badminton were played two thousand years ago in ancient Greece. The modern 'badminton' first came into use in 1873 in England.

- In 1893 the Badminton Association of England was established and published the first set of official rules and regulations. The first badminton competition was held in 1898 in Guildford.

- Badminton worldwide is now governed by the Badminton World Federation (BWF). The popularity of badminton has continued to grow and there are now more than 150 members of the BWF.

- Badminton got his Olympic status in Barcelona 1992.

Rules

For single matches, the basic badminton rules are:

- To win a match, you have to win 2 out of 3 games (sets). - To win a game (set), you have to score 21 points. - If the score becomes 20-20, a player must win by two points to win the game (set). - If the score becomes 29-29, the player that scores the 30th point wins that game (set). - You can score a point no matter who serves. - The net and posts have to be 1.55m in height from the surface of the court.do

Badminton court

Nuevo nodo

Badminton shots

Smash

Net Shot

Net lift

Drive

Clear

Drop