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Tactical lesson – Attack rotation in doubles

Get a sneek peak from a Tactical Lesson, taking from our Badminton Famly+ e-learning platform. 5 examplesOne of the many questions I get online and in training sessions, is how to rotate in the doubles. On Badminton Famly+ we have made a lesson about that. Here you...

All England – History & Winners!

One of the World's Oldest and Most Prestigious Badminton Tournaments! The All England Badminton Championships is one of the oldest and most prestigious badminton tournaments in the world - 109 years of existence. But what is the history behind and where has...

Advice for your badminton footwork!

In this brief article, we have gathered some essential advice to improve your footwork. It’s a combination of videos and articles. Spraino – For fewer sprained anklesSpraino is simple yet very useful product, which will help you in case you land incorrectly on your...

What makes an elite badminton player?

Given badminton is one of the most popular sports in the world, with over 200 million people playing worldwide, what does it take to compete at the highest level? What, in other words, makes an elite badminton player? Physical and mental demandsBadminton players need...

How NOT to sprain your ankle, when you play badminton!

As a badminton player, our ankles are very exposed. During a match, we perform so many lunges, and every time we do so, our ankles are subject to a lot of pressure. One slightly misstep, and we risk to twist and sprain our ankles. Luckily there are ways to prevent...

How to choose the correct string tension for you!

If you play badminton, you know you can’t escape the badminton stringing process! Your racket strings will snap after some time. You’ll eventually have to restring it - but how do you use the right string tension? Listen up! Why is it important to know about string...

How to avoid ankles and achilles injuries

As a badminton player your feet, ankles and achilles are very exposed to injuries. During a training session or a match, you lunge for the shuttle countless times. And everytime you lunge for the shuttle, you put maximum pressure on your foot, ankle and achilles. In...

The history and making of the shuttlecock

While badminton only becomes an official medal sport at the games of the 25th Olympiad in Barcelona in 1992, the shuttlecock which is used for the game can trace back from more than two thousand years ago. In China, shuttlecock was played as a kicking game till these...

Yonex Brand History

Today, YONEX is a successful global company with its corporate headquarters located in Tokyo, Japan. Subsidiary companies operate around the world, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, Taiwan and China(Golf). YONEX continues to be driven...

The Hawk-Eye under the loop

BWF introduced Hawk-Eye technology in 2014 after testing other instant review technologies for line call decision in BWF major events. Hawk-Eye's SMART Replay technology is used by many of the BWF's major tournaments to help officiate on a number of infringements...

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