What Size Is a Badminton Court?

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A badminton court is an area where the badminton game is played. The overall court dimensions are 6.1 metres by 13.4 metres. The court is normally rectangular and is divided into halves by a net. There is a net line that marks the middle of the court where the net is placed and it creates 6.7 metres by 6.1 metres area on either side of the net.
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A badminton court is 13.4 metres in length and 6.1 metres wide. If you would like to view a standard badminton court layout, you may visit the site 'badminton-information' for a full illustration.
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