What’s the most overlooked part of the badminton game? Probably the badminton net.
Serious players might spend hours arguing over the merits of one racket over another. And even intermediate-level players know how important it is to have a Grade-A shuttlecock that’s in perfect shape. But nobody ever thinks much about the badminton net. It just stands there, dividing the two sides of the court. You have to hit over it. You know that if you hit into the net, it will most likely cost you a point. But have you ever thought about the size and construction of the net?