What is a Net in Badminton

What Is a Net in Badminton?

If you are wondering what is a net in badminton, you are in the right place. In this post, I am going to explain what a net is in badminton. So, a net in badminton is the element that divides the court into two equal parts and over which all shuttles must pass to continue a rally. Let’s have a …

How Often Should You Change Your Badminton Racket String

How Often Should You Change Your Badminton Racket String?

You have been playing badminton for a while. You are getting serious about it. And you what to exploit any opportunities to improve your game. So, you might be wondering how often you should be changing your badminton racket string. I have created this post to answer that very same question. So, how often should you change your badminton racket …

What is a Flick in Badminton

What Is a Flick in Badminton?

When starting to play badminton, some concepts might appear a bit strange or alien. One of these alien concepts will most likely be the flick. What exactly is a flick in badminton? A flick in badminton is a lift to the rear court with an explosive forehand and finger movement. The most common type of flick in badminton is the …

What Are the Different Parts of a Shuttlecock?

The shuttlecock is the most special object in badminton. It is what makes badminton unique compared to the other racket sports. In this post, we are going to have a closer look at the badminton projectile, dissecting what are the different parts of a shuttlecock. So, what are the different parts of a shuttlecock? A shuttlecock is formed by two …

Why do badminton string break

The 5 Main Causes Why Badminton Strings Break

I was curious to find out why badminton strings break, so I did the research and collected the information in this post. So, what causes a string to break in a badminton racket? The most common causes are: Split grommet Temperature change Notching Overstretching Wear and tear In the rest of the post, we are going to explain what each …

Badminton Net Brush Shot – Definition, Types, How-To & Much More!

Out of all the badminton shots, the net brush shot is one of the last ones you should be focusing on. Even though it has its uses and importance, you shouldn’t worry about it until you have mastered all the more typical shots, such as the clear, the drop, the smash, or the net shot. If you have mastered them …

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How Can You Make a Shuttlecock Last Longer? Four Solutions that Work

When playing badminton with feathered shuttles, one of the biggest problems is how little they last. Because of this, the expenses for shuttles end up being one of the highest expenses for a badminton club or player. In addition to that, in today’s world, the sustainability cost of having such low lasting projectiles cannot be overlooked. Even though it is …

Badminton Net Dimension in Feet and Meters

Badminton Net Dimensions in Feet & Meters – Height, Width & Much More

If you have any doubts about the dimensions of the badminton net, this is the post to read. In this post, we are going to explain all the different sizes of a badminton net, both in feet and meters. All the information from this post is taken from the Laws of Badminton from the Badminton World Federation. Have a look at Yumo …

Badminton Net Lift Shot

Badminton Net Lift Shot – Definition, Types, How-To & Much More!

Among all badminton shots, the net lift shot is the black sheep. It is seen as very defensive, the easiest to master, and the quick solution that ends up being bad long term. That being said, it is still an important shot to understand and master. Even though it shouldn’t be overused, it can help you throughout your game. In …

How long does it take to string a badminton racket

How Long Does It Take to String a Badminton Racket?

I was curious to know how long it takes to string a badminton racket, so I search online and I gathered all the information I could find. So, how long does it take? Depending on the machine you use and on how experienced you are, it can take between 15-60 minutes to string a badminton racket. Let’s find out now …