Can I play for national level badminton in India without special coach
I can't able to train in badminton training centre
Badminton is played at several levels. Everyone of all ages can play badminton However, badminton is played at different levels Each level have different physical requirements. In other words, age matters if you are playing at a higher level.
Generally badminton is played at the:
- International and world class level
- State level
- Club level
International and World Class Level
This is the highest level of play, and it requires a huge commitment to the sport.
At the international level, badminton players are usually selected from a very young age. Players as young as 12 years of age are selected by the nation’s badminton association. These players go through intense training routines to improve their fitness, badminton skills and tactical understanding of the game.
Similar to the international level, state badminton players compete within the country Their training schedule is not as tight as the national players. However, badminton players at the state level seldom play badminton full time. There are not many opportunities as a state player Therefore, state players usually consist of junior badminton players. Young teenagers train at the state level after their schooling hours. In order to become a state player, you’ll also need to start young (around 12 years old).
Badminton played at the club level is less intense. Generally everyone can become a local club player at any age
Sometimes badminton trainings are not even compulsory for club players. Badminton played at the club level is for non-national and state players who seek to play badminton competitively.It’s not a career. It is for the few best badminton players around your area to gather once or twice a week to play or train together.
Social badminton is for anyone, from beginners to intermediate players.
Probably once you get coached on the basics like your racquet grip, footwork, wrist positions etc. you may start coaching and yourself. However, if you are too busy to attend coaching sessions, there are many videos on YouTube which will give you an idea.
I repeat... Do be careful as the game can lead to everlasting injuries. Happy learning :)
All the best !!