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What is the height of a badminton net?

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The height of a badminton net is 5 feet in the center and 5.1 feet on the edges. The net divides two different sides of the court.

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A badminton court is shaped like a rectangle. It measures 44 feet by 17 feet when a single match takes place. For double matches, the court should measure 44 feet by 20 feet.

Badminton dates back over 2,000 years, and it is believed that the ancient Greeks played the game. By the late 1800s, the game reached other parts of the world, and in 1877, the first official club was formed. The International Badminton Federation sets the rules and regulations of the game.

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