Use a kettle or a flask of boiled water to steam the shuttlecocks. Place the shuttlecock tube on the kettle/flask and let the steam enter the tube for 30 seconds. Keep the lids closed for at least 12 hours to improve the quality of shuttlecocks.
Furthermore, how do they make badminton shuttle?
Besides, what are badminton balls called?
Which shuttle is used in badminton?
A shuttlecock (also called a bird, birdie, or shuttle) is a high-drag projectile used in the sport of badminton. It has an open conical shape formed by feathers or plastic (or a synthetic alternative) embedded into a rounded cork (or rubber) base. The shuttlecock’s shape makes it extremely aerodynamically stable.
server. a rarely used high and deep defensive stroke. clear shot. motion similar to throwing a ball.
Plastic shuttles are considered as the best for recreational and club games, whereas Feather shuttlecock are considered as the best for playing a professional game. Most of the competitive players use feather shuttlecock in daily practise to get better timing during critical situations in tournament matches.
The net is 760mm in depth and a minimum of 6.1m wide. The top of the net from the surface of the court is 1.524m at the centre of the court and 1.55m over the side lines for doubles. There must be no gaps between the ends of the net and the posts.
The badminton smash is mainly used for attacking. It often acts as a winning shot in any badminton rallies. Basically a smash is an offensive shot shot fired from a high point and travels down steeply towards your opponent. Types of Smash. There are few types of smashes that are commonly used in badminton games today.