There is no age limit on playing badminton you can start at any age and represent you state, nation in different tournaments and Olympics weather you are 10 years old or 20 years old ,If you are best in your Country.
In respect to this, can I start playing badminton at 22?
There is NO age limit to play badminton. … If you start learning badminton at the age of 22, you can potentially be a good casual player; but definitely NOT a professional player. And yes, you are right that on average, professional badminton players (especially singles) retire at the age of 30.
In this way, is badminton a good sport for kids?
Badminton for kids is great exercise
Children need a lot of exercise to stay fit, so any activities that get them moving are great for their health. Badminton can be a particularly good sport as it is interesting, fun and fast-paced.
Who is the No 1 badminton player in the world?
BWF World Rankings
|RANK||COUNTRY / TERRITORY||PLAYER|
|4||TPE||CHOU Tien Chen|
The obvious question that comes to the mind of people is whether it makes sense to start playing the game late. The answer is yes. It would be wrong to suggest that late players of the game will not be able to make much of the headway.
Shorter players have a lower centre of gravity than taller players. Having a low centre of gravity makes it easier to move with speed across the court and also helps to keep you in balance when playing shots. Taller players naturally have a higher centre of gravity.
Born on 17th March 1990, Saina Nehwal started playing badminton at the age of eight after her family moved from Haryana to Hyderabad.
Whilst badminton is a minority sport in the US it is widely played in Britain, Denmark, Sweden, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Korea and several other countries. Britain alone has 4 million players, about 8% of the population. As a spectator sport it is very popular in the far east.
Kids should start playing badminton between 7 and 8 years old. However, there are certainly cases where children start playing as early as 5 years old. And if you have kids older than 8, then definitely start now!
Three- and 4-year-olds playing team sports? Some experts think they should skip pee wee sports and stick to the playground. These days you can sign up your toddler for soccer, swimming, gymnastics, karate, dance, even rugby (yes, there are rugby classes for 3-year-olds).