It's always nice to hear of young people who already know they have a passion for something they love to do! Kudos to you for discovering this passion and wanting to pursue a career that allows you to utilize that passion everyday. I will caution you as another responder stated, on choosing a backup career. Unlike basketball and footballet players who could possibly find coaching opportunities post collegiate and professional careers, such an option may be challenging to find in the sport of badmitton.
Your school counselor would be a great resource for assisting you with discovering various career options that might interest you as an alternative to playing professional sports- it's always good to have a back up plan!
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Here are two sites that will tell you much about becoming a professional badminton player:
A very important thing for you to consider is a backup career that you might want to study for in case you have a career ending injury. Talk to you school counselor and your favorite teachers to see what might be a good backup career for you to follow.
Send thank you notes to those who help you. Please keep me posted. I would like to follow your progress.