Commonwealth Games 2018 Badminton Round-up:
Its time to catch up on all of the main highlights at this year’s Commonwealth Games from a badminton perspective.
Some of the badminton players involved were:
Lee Chong Wei
Pusarla V Sindhu
Chris Adcock/Gabrielle Adcock
Commonwealth Games 2018 Badminton Round-up – Medal Winners
How to avoid counterfeit Yonex Badminton rackets etc…:
Badminton Guide: How to avoid counterfeit Yonex Badminton equipment such as rackets etc…
A must see guide for all Badminton Players / Badminton Lovers
BWF President Poul-Erik Høyer Focusing on Our Players:
BWF President Poul-Erik Høyer Focusing on Badminton Players
England’s National Badminton Championships 2018 Returns To Wycombe:
Badminton News: England’s National Badminton Championships again be held at Wycombe
later this year following a hugely successful tournament last year. It
will be held at Wycombe over the August Bank Holiday Weekend
between 24–26th 2018
The Future of Badminton – BWF Council Proposes Changes:
Badminton News: The BWF Council proposes changes aimed at enhancing Badminton and securing its future.
What changes to the sport would you like to see in the future?
Full details of the proposed changes to protect the future of Badminton see the link/picture:
Badminton News: Indian Badminton Player Srikanth Kidambi makes history as the first Indian man to achieve a BWF World Number one ranking! Congratulations, Srikanth
When you are on the attack, play front and back. DO NOT PLAY side by side. I see so many recreational, club, pretty much anything but competition where they play side by side. This is purely the WRONG WAY to play badminton doubles offence.
Okay so I have a huge badminton tournament coming up as in tomorrow lol I’m really stressing out because I’m playing against college and university students and I’m 15 in high school. So what can I do to relax?
This is a really late reply but I think this is important to anyone who is feeling nervous about anything in the future. Overall practice and preparedness will help with being less nervous. You need to be nervous to a certain point, but not to the point it will hinder your performance. It’s about finding a balance. There are many techniques like breathing, practicing more, going to the tournament to feel for the environment, having people watch you play etc will all come into play and help you in the long run for any nervous, big events.
how good are you? played any tournaments? where and which? how long have you been playing?
I’m good enough to win regionals, but not provincials or nationals. Our North Shore senior team won the championship for high school for the first time in 58 years I believe. I have played numerous tournaments ranging from regionals to nationals, but now I just play mens doubles primarily at a clubs. I have been playing since 2008, on and off. I’m currently more into training for sports like badminton. With the knowledge I have for badminton, I am very much interested in incorporating athletic + functional movements into my personal training programs.