Speedminton is a form of badminton played without a net. It is faster than ordinary badminton. It combines rules from different sports like badminton, squash and tennis. … Speed Badminton can be played outside and inside, the court can be painted or pegged off.
In this regard, can I play speedminton with badminton racket?
Speedminton® developed a unique new racket game, Crossminton – a combination of tennis, badminton, and squash. It is played without a net which allows you to play everywhere (beach, park, street, backyard, even in water!) and due to the Night Speeder™, day and night! … You can play in singles, doubles or freestyle.
Similarly, why is Crossminton played?
The aim of the game is to reach the square of the opposite player with the speeder. If the speeder falls outside the opposite square, the other side gains a point. Both players are allowed to step out of, or anywhere inside their square during play.
What are badminton balls called?
- A match consists of the best of three games of 21 points.
- The player/pair winning a rally adds a point to its score.
- At 20-all, the player/pair which first gains a 2-point lead wins that game.
- At 29-all, the side scoring the 30th point wins that game.
- The player/pair winning a game serves first in the next game.
Getting to know Speedminton® – Anywhere, Anytime
With your Speedminton® equipment, you can play anywhere and anytime! All you need is two rackets, a Speeder™ and there you go. The Speeder™ is specially designed for outdoor play, wind resistant up to wind force 4 and a stable flight path up to 100 feet.
A meld of badminton, tennis and racquetball, the game of speed badminton — which has a small but hardy cult following in Europe and is now making its way into the U.S. — offers up a super-fast sport sans net.
It is possible to play using your squash rackets but not very good practice, and could lead to injury. If you are just planning on having some fun for an hour or two as a one off and don’t want to buy badminton rackets, using a squash racket won’t be disastrous.
To serve, you let the speeder drop from hip level and hit it as it falls. Overhead service, either standing or with a flying jump, is only permitted from the back service line. The losing side always has the first service in the next game. Every volley counts, unless it has to be repeated.
Speeder™ is hit twice by the same player. … If a player returns an “out” Speeder™, it counts as “accepted” and play continues.
The rules for playing doubles is very similar to doubles game in tennis when serving with the same rules as singles Speedminton. The server has three serves in a row just like a singles game.