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Badminton

A racket sport played indoors on a court by two opposite players(singles) or two opposing pairs of players (doubles), in which shuttlecock is volleyed over a net and the competitions are presided over by an umpire in British English and referee for American English.

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Alley

The extension of the court by 1 ½ ft. on both sides for doubles play.

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Back Alley

The area between the back boundary line and the long service line for doubles.

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Baseline

The back boundary line at each end of the court, parallel to the net.

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Center Line

A line perpendicular to the net that separates the left and right service courts.

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Clear

A shot hit deep to the opponent’s back boundary line. The high clear is a defensive shot, while the flatter attacking clear is used offensively.

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Drive

A fast and low shot that makes a horizontal flight over the net.

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Drop

A shot hit softly and with finesse to fall rapidly, and close to the net on the opposite’s side.

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Fault

A violation of the playing rules, either in serving, receiving or during play.

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Flick

A quick wrist and forearm rotation that surprises an opponent by changing an apparently soft shot into a faster passing one; used primarily on the serve and at the net.

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Half-court shot

A shot hit low and to mid-court, used effectively in doubles against the up-and-back formation.

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Kill

A fast downward shot that cannot be returned. Also called as “put-away”

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Let

A legitimate cessation of a play to allow a rally to be replayed.

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Long Service Line

In singles, the back boundary line. In doubles, a line 2 ½ ft. inside the back boundary line. The server may not go past this line.

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Match

A series of games to determine a winner.

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Net Shot

A shot hit from the forecourt that just clears the net and then falls rapidly.

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Push Shot

A gentle shot played by pushing the shuttle with little wrist motion, usually from the net or mid-court to the opponent’s mid-court.

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Rally

The exchange of shots while the shuttle is in play.

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Serve (Service)

A stroke used to put the shuttlecock into play at the start of a rally.

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Service Court

An area in which the serve must be delivered, differs for singles and doubles play.

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Smash

A hard-hit overhead shot that forces the shuttle sharply downward. The Badminton’s primary attacking stroke.

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Wood Shot

A shot results when the base of the shuttle is hit by the frame of the racket. Once illegal, it was accepted as part of the rules by the International Badminton Federation in 1963.

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The Court

The badminton court measures 5.18m x 13.40m for singles and 6.11m x11.88m for doubles.

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The Net

At all times, this should be strained tightly so that its height from the floor is 1.524 (5 ft.) long at the post. A measuring rod should be kept by the umpires chair to facilitate regular testing to ensure the net is still and is correct central height and has not sagged.

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Racket

They are quite light and can be made of wood, aluminum, metal or synthetic materials such as graphite or carbon. A synthetic _ is quite popular now because of its extreme lightness and strength.

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Head

(Parts of a Badminton Racket)

bounds the stringed area.

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Throat

(Parts of a Badminton Racket)

connects the shaft to the head.

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Handle

is intended for a player’s grip.

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Shaft

(Parts of the Badminton Racket)

It connects the handle to the head.

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Butt

(Parts of the Badminton Racket)

It is located at the tip of the handle.

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Frame

(Parts of the Badminton Racket)

This includes the head, the throat, the shaft and the handle. It is no more than 680mm. or wider than 230mm.

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Shuttlecock

It is the official name given to the shuttle or bird. It is made up of 16 goose feathers and is firmly fixed in a leather covered cork head. It weighs from 4.74-5.50g. It may be made of feathers, plastic or nylon.

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True

(True/False?)

Badminton is a net game

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True

(True/False?)

Badminton is agame that has five disciplines - singles (men/women), doubles and mixed (men/women)

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Rectangular

Badminton is played on a _ court

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True

(True/Fals?)

Badminton is a volleying game, with rallies beginning an underarm serve

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False (Singles)

(True/False?)

Doubles Badminton involves serving diagonally into a long, service box. Rallying then continues on along the court

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False (Doubles)

(True/False?)

Singles badminton involves serving a diagonally shorter, wider service box than in doubles badminton. After serving, rallying takes place on the whole court area.

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Table Tennis

It is very popular, especially in East Asia and is among the most popular sports in the world in terms of player numbers, as well as one of the newest of the major sports.

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Ping Pang Qiu

What is the official name of the sport in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau?

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Takkyu

They call this Table Tennis in Japan.

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Tak-gu

They call this Table Tennis in Korea.

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Table Tennis Balls

(Which Table Tennis Equipment?)

Table tennis _ weigh 2.7g and are white or orange in color, depending on the preference of the player.

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Table Tennis Paddle

(Which Table Tennis Equipment?)

The most important piece of equipment for table tennis.

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Blade

(Which Table Tennis Equipment?)

The wooden part of a table tennis paddle.

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Table Tennis Rubbers

(Which Table Tennis Equipment?)

The pieces of the bat that make contact with the ball when you strike it.

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Table Tennis Table

(Which Table Tennis Equipment?)

  • In tournament settings, it must be 9ft long, 5ft wide, and 30in above the ground.

  • It is either green, black or blue and made from hardboard.

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Table Tennis Net and Post

(Which Table Tennis Equipment?)

They should measure 6ft long and 6in wide. They should also have an upper white tape that is no more than 15mm wide.

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True

(True/False?)

Table tennis is a game that must be won by 2 points. A match is generally the best three of five games which are played up to 11 points/.

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False

(True/False?)

You cannot lose on a serve in Table Tennis.

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True

(True/False?)

Each side of the table alternates serving two points at a time but an exception would be to deduce when there’s a tie of 10-10.

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True

(True/False?)

You toss the ball straight up when serving.

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True

(True/False?)

The serve can land anywhere in singles.

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True

(True/False?)

Doubles serves must go RIGHT COURT to RIGHT COURT

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True

(True/False?)

A serve that touches the net on the way over is a “let

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False

(True/False?)

“Volley” or hitting the ball before it bounces on your side of the net is allowed.

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True

(True/False?)

You may not touch the table with your non-paddle hand.

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Return of service

(Identify the Table Tennis terminologies)

The ball must be hit after it has bounced on the receiver’s half of the table. The return must be made straight back over the net onto the opponent’s half of the table.

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Point

(Identify the Table Tennis terminologies)

A rally of which the result is scored.

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Drive

(Identify the Table Tennis terminologies)

A more controlled hit. It is not a smash, and it has no spin. It is done with a direct or frontal hit. It is better to hit the ball immediately after the ball hits the table for a faster ball movement.

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Spin

(Identify the Table Tennis terminologies)

A rotating the ball in different directions (topspin, underspin, sidespin, and no spin)

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Smash

(Identify the Table Tennis terminologies)

To hit the ball with force. The ball is better hit after reaching its peak, when the ball goes down to the level of the eyes.

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Push

(Identify the Badminton terminologies)

The ball is hit with the racket brushing underneath the ball with less force.

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Block

(Identify the Table Tennis terminologies)

It has no force. It is a counter or defensive move.

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Lob

(Identify the Table Tennis terminologies)

Returning the ball to the opponent at a high level. Ball is almost at head level.

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Umpire

(Identify the Table Tennis terminologies)

A person appointed to control a match.

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End line

(Identify the Table Tennis terminologies)

This shall be regarded as extending indefinitely in both directions.

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