Badminton is a competition in which two players or two pairs of players compete together through putting it on a rectangular grid separating the field into two separate halves. The two teams, or two sets, win points by hitting a flyer (ball) with the rocket in an adverse area, and it goes over the net to land. You’ll need a flyer to play this sport.Have a look at Sport Equipment for more info on this.
Ball (flyer) may be constructed of both natural and manufactured materials (real feathers and cork), or a mixture thereof, which should retain the desired flight characteristics. Flyer constructed of feathers, with the base of cork protected with a thin layer of skin would have 16 feathers set in the base with the same length (between 62 mm and 70 mm, estimated from the tip of the wedge to the openings in the cork), peaks providing a circumference of between 58 mm and 68 mm in diameter. The width of the cork base must be between 25 mm and 28 mm at the top, it must be fully weighing between 4.74 and 5.50 grams (Annex 8). To check flyers, a wrist shot underneath and rocket touch with the ball are used to create the line of return off site. A ball with sufficient speed would need to land back from the ground line opening at less than 530 mm and not more than 990 mm, and between the two markers (optional) made only for ball checking.
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The equipment is quite important like any sport. At the same time, wearing comfortable and casual clothing is necessary which does not limit our mobility and versatility. Be alert though: nuisance game of too loose clothes because we avoid air while running at high speed. Pick a jacket or a coat? Many players like to wear the jersey as they don’t limit arm motions as in a T-shirt. Some societies do have free hand special short sleeve tops, while sleeve (style shirt) is cut by hand keeping rocket.