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Feasibility Study on Badminton Court

Feasibility study on badminton court is essential before planning to construct one because badminton is one of the most popular racket sports today, and it's needs are very specific.

It is certainly one of the fastest growing racket sports of the past decade or so. But the availability of proper infrastructure, especially badminton court, has not kept pace with the phenomenal growth of the game.

Many beginners who cannot find a badminton club in their neighborhood take to playing the game outdoors in makeshift badminton courts. Feasibility study on badminton court is meant to serve as a guide to preparing a badminton court of proper dimensions, even in your backyard.

Before undertaking a feasibility study on badminton court, it is very essential to understand the dimensions of the court. A full badminton court for doubles play measures 44 feet by 20 feet and is rectangular in shape. The net, spanning the width of the court at the center, divides the court into two equal halves measuring 22feet by 20feet. The net is 5 feet tall at the center. Any badminton court-feasibility report should make note of these dimensions, which cannot be compromised at any cost.

A short service line 6feet 6inches from the net line marks the non-volley zone or the frontcourt of the playing area. There is a central longitudinal line from the short service line to the back boundary line that separates the right and left service courts.

There are two lines along the sides of the court. The outermost boundary line marks the sideline for the doubles version of the game, while a parallel line one and a half feet inner to this marks the sideline for the singles. The area between the two is the side alley of the court.

Another important point to be noted during feasibility study on badminton court is that the outermost line at the back of the court serves as the back boundary line or baseline for both the singles and doubles version of the game. This is also the long service line for the singles play. But the long service line for the doubles play is marked two and a half feet inside the back boundary line. The area between the two marks the back alley of the court.

An important consideration that is to be given while doing a feasibility study on badminton court is that it is truly an indoor sport. Setting up an indoor court is a professional job, typically consisting of multiple court packages. Readymade badminton courts can easily be laid with professional help.

Wheeled net posts made of steel or tecton anodized aluminium are available with plastic slots to fix the net and a device for tensioning the net. The badminton net is typically made of nylon twine with a white headband spanning its length at the top and tie slips at the bottom. Nets are available for single court and for multiple courts too. In the case of multiple courts, additional central posts are used to maintain the height of the net.

Readymade rollable courts are available which come pre- painted with the official court lines. These rollable courts are multi- layered and provide a non-slip surface.

Reports of feasibility study on badminton court should take in to account all these up to date innovations that are possible in constructing or converting a place in to a badminton court before giving the final recommendations.













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