Fun with Badminton Word Search
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Word Search
Description

Shuttlecock
Centerline
Side Line
Wood Shot
Backhand
Baseline
Doubles
Birdie
Rocket
Carry
Clear
Court
Drive
Fault
Feint
Flick
Match
Point
Rally
Serve
Sling
Smash
Drop
Kill
Lose
Ace
Net
Win

Tennis Vocabulary Word Search

Tennis Vocabulary Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Overhead Smash
Double Fault
Half Volley
Match Point
Back Court
Foot Fault
Ace Serve
Drop Shot
Set Point
Backhand
Forehand
Doubles
Singles
Volley
Break
Deuce
Fault
Rally
Love
All
Let
Lob

tennis Word Search

tennis Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Australian Open
rebound net
baseline
forehand
backhand
strings
racket
tophit
Wilson
volley
smash
frame
serve
coach
Danny
court
game
rally
ball
net
hit

Badminton Crossword

Badminton  Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Extension of the court by 1 1/2 feet on both sides for doubles play.
Area between the back boundary line and the back service line or doubles
Back third of the court, in the area of the back boundary lines
Back boundary line at each end of the court, parallel to the net.
Location in the center of the court to which a singles player tries to return after each shot.
Line perpendicular to the net that separates the left and right service courts.
Area of play, as defined by the outer boundary lines.
A fast and low shot that makes a horizontal flight over the net.
A shot hit softly and with finesse to fall rapidly and close to the net on the opposition’s side.
A violation of the playing rules, either in serving, receiving or during play
Front third of the court, between the net and the short serve line.
In singles, the back boundary line. In doubles a line 2 ½ feet inside the back boundary line. The serve may not go past this line
A series of games to determine a winner
The middle third of the court, halfway between the net and the back boundary line
Instrument used by the player to hit the shuttlecock.
Exchange of shots while the shuttle is in play
Stroke used to put the shuttlecock into play at the start of a rally
Area into which the serve must be delivered
The line 6 ½ feet from the net which a serve must reach to be legal.
Official name for the object that the layers must hit.
Badminton’s primary attacking stroke.

Badminton Crossword

Badminton Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

What you play on
A series of games
Instrument used to play
Stroke that puts game into play
What do the players pass back and forth
Hard overhead hit
A hit that cannot be returned
A point from an untouched serve
Section of the racket you hold
a shot taken very close to the next
The back boundary line of the court
Hitting with the back side of the racket
The point that decides the match winner
When two sets of people play
Section of racket with stings

Badminton Word Search

Badminton Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

PASSING SHOT
SERVICE AREA
CENTRE LINE
SHUTTLECOCK
FORE COURT
KILL SHOT
DROP SHOT
BACKCOURT
BADMINTON
DOUBLES
RACKETS
SMASH
SERVE
CLEAR
FAULT
COURT
ACE
NET

Badminton Word Search

Badminton Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

right service court
left service court
short service line
back boundary line
attacking clear
forehand serve
center line
side line
drop shot
feathers
shuttle
faults
birdie
rally
smash
cork

Pickleball Word Search

Pickleball  Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Follow through
Ground stroke
Approach shot
Second serve
Overheadslam
Punch shot
Centerline
Mid court
Backcourt
Backswing
Drop shot
Top spin
Backhand
Backspin
Baseline
Deadball
Forehand
Kitchen
Stroke
Junior
Double
Carry
Drive
Head
Grip
Chop
Ace

Pickleball Crossword Puzzle

Pickleball Crossword Puzzle
Type
Crossword
Description

The ball is served so well by an opponent that it cannot be touched by his/her paddle
The end boundary line on a court (usually 22 feet from the net)
When the hitting face of the paddle is turned to the floor
A match played with 4 people (2 on each team)
A shot that is hit low to the opponent’s backcourt.
A softly hit ball that just clears the net.
This is where the player hits the ball in a scoop-like motion immediately after it has bounced on the ground.
A ball hit high enough into the air to go over the head of the net player(s)
A ball hit high enough into the air to go over the head of the net player(s)
Team wins 2 out of 3 games.
When the hitting face of the paddle is turned upward.
This is a short, quick shot typically without a significant backswing
Hitting the ball back and forth between opponents except the serve.
A match played with 2 players (1 on each team).
A backspin shot that is hit with an open face paddle.
A hard overhead shot that is hit with a closed face paddle.
To hit the ball before it bounces
The state pickleball was created in
Distance from net to edge of kitchen
Another name for the non-volley zone

Badminton Crossword

Badminton Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

The outermost endline used t all times in singles, and after the serve in doubles
The hit where the birdie is barely hit over the net
A shot hit hard and parallel to the floor, getting the birdie to the other side on a direct line
A high deep and deep shot aimed at clearing the entire court and landing near the baseline
When the server steps on any of the lines while serving. The result is loss of serve, and a point for the other team
A hit underhand with contact below the waist. How the game begins after point is scored.
the outermost sideline, used at all times in doubles play
The inner sideline, used at all times in singles play.
the position on the court that a player returns to after every shot, making it easier to cover the entire court.
the line perpendicular to the net, dividing the court and separating the the service squares
A shot that is hit hard and aimed downward, making it difficult to return
any illegal procedure that results in a point for the opponent

badminton vocab Crossword

badminton vocab  Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

the area that runs the width of the court from doubles long sere the baseline
the spot on the court that a player returns to after every shot
the outermost end line used at all times in singles and after the serve in doubles
the line of perpendicular to the net dividing the court and separating the service squares
a high deep shot aimed at clearing the entire court and landing near baseline
the outermost sideline used at all times in double play
a shot hit hard and parallel to the floor getting the shuttle to the other side on a direct line
the hit similar to a dink in volleyball where the shuttlecock is barley hit over the net
a point is awarded after every rally no matter who served teammates must switch sides everytime they score a point
the serve must be hit underhand with contact below the waist it may touch the net as long as it lands in the correct service area and may be hit with a forehand or back hand swing
when the server steps on any of the lines while serving the result is loss of serve and a point for the other team
also known as the shuttlecock or birdie