Badminton is a small indoor ball game made of feathers and cork by using a long handled net tennis racket across the net. The badminton match is held on a rectangular field with a net in the middle. Both sides use various techniques and tactics such as serving, hitting and moving to hit the ball back and forth on the net, so as not to make the ball fall within their own effective area or make the other side hit the ball incorrectly.
There are many theories about the origin of badminton, but the most recognized is that it originated in Japan in the 14th – 15th century. Modern badminton originated in India and was formed in Britain. In 1875, badminton officially appeared in people’s vision. In 1893, badminton clubs in Britain gradually developed and established the first Badminton Association, which stipulated the requirements of venues and sports standards.