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BADMINTON

TERMS YOU SHOULD KNOW AND LEARN:

Ace: One point, also indicating failure of opponent to return service

Alley------ Extension of the court by 1/2 feet on both sides for doubles play
Back Alley-Area between back boundary and long service lines
Back-court-The back half of the court in the general area of the back boundary line
Backhand---The non-racket side of the body
Balk: Any deceptive movement that attempts to fool or deceive an opposing player before or during the service. It is also called a "feint."
Baseline---The lines parallel to the net which limit the playing area at the end boundaries of the court
Bird------A commonly used term for the shuttle, the missile used in place of a ball

Block-------Placing the racket in front of the shuttle and letting it rebound into the opponent's side of the court. Not a stroke.
Carry-------Momentarily holding the shuttle on the racket during the execution of a stroke. Also called a sling or a throw. This is an illegal procedure.
Center or Basic Position-Position in which a player stands in relation to the lines of the court, the net, the opponent, and the shuttle. The spot approximately in the center of the court to which a player tries to return after each shot.
Clear-----Sometimes known as a "lob", this shot is hit high and deep to the back of the opponent's court.
Court----Area of play. Although the size varied during the 1800's, it has been standardized since the 1930's. It is 20' by 44' for doubles, and 17' by 44' for singles. Crosscourt Shots---Shots hit diagonally from one side of the court to the other
Deception---The art of deceiving or outwitting one's opponent. Accomplished in badminton with deceptive stroking by changing the direction and speed of the shuttle at the last minute.

Double Hit---Hitting the shuttle twice in succession on the same stroke, An illegal procedure…...

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