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Sunday Morning Badminton



New York Badminton Center
13270 34th Ave
Flushing, NY
United States


Sunday, June 9, 2019 -
9:30am to 12:30pm



ADMISSION PRICE: $11. Pay directly to Nick at the event.

DESCRIPTION: At the beginning, everyone who participates the badminton events is highly recommended to do a proper 20 mins warm-up, which is to practice 5 mins clear shots, 5 mins drive shots, 5 mins net shots and 5 mins mix of clear and drop shots. If you are not clear of what they are, you are welcome to ask your badminton fellows how to do those. Playing double games are followed.

Below are the videos captured in the previous events.

Thanks Don and Phil for capturing the videos.

After the badminton event, we will have lunch together in Flushing.
To have a good play experience, we will put a cap of 8 on the attendee.

Please only RSVP when you are sure you will show up.

Badminton Knowledge:
Games rules :
Badminton Serve:

Clear shots:
Drop shots:
Drive shots:
Net shots:

Sports clothing and sneakers.

Badminton racquets and birdies, bottles of water, towel and clothes to change.

PS.If you don't have a badminton racquet, you can rent one at the center for $4 per day and $20 deposit.

New York Badminton Center,[masked]th Ave, Flushing, NY 11354 ( enter 34th Ave from College Point Blvd )
New York Badminton Center (NYBC) is designated badminton facility with 6 international tournament standard Badminton floor mats on top of 3 high wood floor elevation for maximum shock absorbing and pressure reduction to knees and ankles. Center also equipped with Table Tennis, Weights room, kids room, and spacious resting area, large bathrooms. Center opens 7 days all year around. It offers the convenience for players to play on any of the days they prefer. Center is close to public transportation (about 10 mins walking), street parking is also available.

For more info about NY Badminton Center, check the link in the reference section below.

Subway: #7 train to Main St. Station, 10-13 min walk.


NYBC ( )

Badminton Training for Beginner ( )

Badminton Training by Zhao Jianhua and Xiao Jie ( )

Front Court Footwork Secrets ( )