|09||SUI||YONEX Swiss Open 2021 (New Dates)|
|10||GER||YONEX German Junior 2021 (Cancelled)|
|11||MDV||Maldives Badminton International Challenge 2021 (Cancelled)|
|11||ENG||YONEX All England Open Badminton Championships 2021|
|11||CUB||XXI Giraldilla 2021(Cancelled)|
Beside this, how do I join a badminton tournament?
In order to be able to undergo badminton training at the national level, you’ll definitely need to start young because badminton players on average, retire at the age of 30. Before being able to participate in international tournaments, you’ll need at least 1-2 years of badminton training with the national squad.
Similarly, what is the federation name of badminton India?
What is Super 500 in badminton?
The 26 tournaments are divided into five levels – Super 1000 (three tournaments), Super 750 (five tournaments), Super 500 (seven tournaments) and Super 300 (eleven tournaments). Each of these tournaments offers different ranking points and prize money.
BWF World Rankings
|RANK||COUNTRY / TERRITORY||PLAYER|
|4||TPE||CHOU Tien Chen|
Nandu Natekar was a true artist of his art (Badminton). Natekar first represented India in 1953 at the age of 20. He is referred as the father of Indian Badminton and was the first Indian badminton player to get an international medal for the nation.
A kid should start getting coaching and training for badminton at the age of 7 or 8. The Olympic queen of India, PV Sindhu, started playing badminton at the age of 8. She is one of the greatest examples of success. Usually, at the international level, the players are selected at a very adolescent age.
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.
Teams are divided into seven levels based on the performance of each country. To win the tournament, a country must perform well across all five disciplines (men’s doubles and singles, women’s doubles and singles, and mixed doubles).
A person who is craving to become a professional badminton player has to start practising the sport, at least by the age of 10. Those who start at a very young age, get enough spell to work on their skills and techniques. … The badminton players have to run a lot in the court, to save their points.
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.