Contemporary badminton first appeared in the middle of the century. It is evolved from badminton and badminton. It can be traced back to ancient Greece, China, Japan and India, especially today's popular sports in Asia and Europe.
Badminton has become a full competition item in Beijing Olympic Games. Badminton is a racket sport, which consists of two opponents (singles) or two pairs of opponents (doubles) The players or two players confront each other on a rectangular court separated by a net.
Badminton is a kind of racket sport, in which two opponents (singles) or two pairs (doubles) players or double players match each other half way on a rectangular court separated by a net. Unlike many racket sports, badminton does not use the ball: Badminton uses badminton, because badminton is greatly affected by the wind, competitive badminton is usually carried out indoors. The player slaps a badminton ball over the net into the opponent's half court.
After the badminton hits the ground, the game ends: each stroke in doubles must be a volley, and any one of a pair of players can hit the badminton (except when serving, but only one shot is allowed before the badminton enters the opponent's court again) (unlike volleyball players, if the badminton falls within or within the marked boundary of the opponent's court, a point will be awarded, or If the opponent's shot does not pass through the net or falls outside the boundary of the court, a game begins with serving, and the serving player must hit the badminton. In this way, if left behind, the badminton will fall in the service area at the opposite corner of the doubles, and only one receiver can return the service (after which any player can hit) the order of doubles service is prescribed by law If the server wins the game, all players serve and receive the ball in turn. If the server loses, he will continue to serve.
In either case, the service will be passed to the opponent, and the winner will add a point to his score. The competition consists of three competitions, each competition must score (the following five events: Men's singles, women's singles, men's doubles, women's doubles and mixed doubles (each pair is a man and a woman).
I like badminton very much, because playing badminton has many advantages, it is very interesting, and even the athletes with medium technical level can jump in directly to enjoy the social benefits of teamwork and the health benefits brought by cardiovascular exercise. It can keep us healthy, it can make us feel excited and it can make us happier It can make us flexible, it can increase our endurance, attention and action ability, it can cultivate willpower, it can let us get them out of trouble, this is a very good way, I get a lot of fun from it, in addition, badminton is a high physical competition, and in mixed doubles is also a spiritual challenge, team cooperation is formed The key to a strong partnership I play badminton I think it's a great sport that allows you to meet a lot of new friends and enjoy yourself at the same time. It's good for my eyes and my body.
Once athletes master these basic hitting methods, they can play badminton from any part of the court, strong and soft requirements are beyond the foundation, however Badminton provides a wealth of potential, and advanced hitting technology provides a competitive advantage, because a badminton player must cover short distances as soon as possible. Many advanced batting aims to deceive opponents. In this way, he is either deceived into thinking he is playing another kind of batting, or he is forced to postpone his action until he really sees the direction of the space shuttle.
"Deception" in badminton is often used in these two senses. When a player is really cheated, he often loses points immediately because he can't change. His direction is fast enough to reach badminton.
Experienced players will be aware of this skill and act cautiously not to move too early. But this kind of deception is still useful because it forces the opponent to delay his movement slightly to counter the weaker player with obvious intention Experienced players will move before the badminton is hit and is expected to gain an advantage.