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Get Assessed | Get Graded

Welcome to, where our passion for badminton drives our commitment to empowering players of all levels to excel in the sport. At, we recognise that badminton transcends being just a game—it's a way of life for enthusiasts worldwide. Whether you're a seasoned player seeking to refine your skills or a novice eager to embark on your badminton journey, our platform is tailored to meet your aspirations.

Our mission is clear: to provide players, coaches, and enthusiasts with a comprehensive tool that not only assesses but enhances their badminton skills. We firmly believe that mastery in badminton is achieved through a deep understanding of individual strengths and weaknesses, setting clear goals, and consistent efforts toward improvement. To facilitate this journey, we've developed a user-friendly platform that offers a unique and insightful way to assess or grade your skills, guiding you toward achieving your personal best on the court. Join us at, where we're dedicated to making your badminton experience not only enjoyable but also transformative.

Getting assessed and getting graded in the context of badminton are distinct processes, each serving specific purposes for players. Here are the key differences between getting analysed and getting graded.

Get Assessed

Get your Badminton skills assessed.

Get Graded

  1. Overall Skill Level: Grading in badminton is a systematic process that assigns a player an overall skill level based on standardised criteria. It categorises players into different skill brackets, often ranging from beginner to advanced levels like 'A, B, C, D & Open' graded players.

  2. Standardised Evaluation: Grading involves a standardised evaluation of a player's proficiency in various badminton skills, including strokes, footwork, tactics, and overall game understanding. This evaluation is often done by certified assessors from an affiliated club member who will follow a predetermined set of criteria.

  3. Comparative Measurement: Grading allows for the comparative measurement of a player's skill level against a standardised benchmark. It helps create a common language within the badminton community for understanding and categorising skill levels consistently.

  4. Tournament Eligibility: Grading is often a requirement for participating in certain tournaments and competitions. Players may need a recognised grade to ensure fair competition and appropriate match pairings based on skill levels.

  5. Skill Progression: Grading systems often include multiple levels, and as players improve, they can advance to higher grades. This provides a structured pathway for skill progression and encourages players to set and achieve goals within the grading system.

  1. Focus on Performance: Assessment in badminton is primarily focused on evaluating a player's performance on the court. It involves a detailed examination of various aspects, including technique, strategy, decision-making, and overall gameplay.  

  2. Individualised Feedback: The assessment provides personalised feedback to the player. It aims to identify specific strengths and weaknesses in their game, offering insights into areas that require improvement and highlighting aspects where the player excels. 

  3. Video Review: Often, badminton assessment involves reviewing match footage or specific training sessions through video analysis. This allows players, coaches, and analysts to visually assess their movements, shot execution, and overall playing style.

  4. Skill Enhancement: The goal of assessment is to help players enhance their skills by addressing specific areas of improvement. Coaches or players themselves can use the findings to tailor training regimens and strategies to maximize performance.

  5. Strategic Insights: Assessment delves into strategic aspects of the game, such as shot selection, court positioning, and decision-making during matches. This strategic insight is valuable for players looking to refine their overall gameplay. 

The Process

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Get Assessed | Get Graded

Record yourself playing a Badminton game on a badminton court. Make sure one full game of 21 points is captured clearly 

Fill up the form to get assessed or get graded, based on your requirements. Upload your best-recorded game from the first step.

Make payment online after filling out the form.

Make sure you have filled in your email correctly, as your assessm reports and grading results will be shared in your email. 

Once your video is analysed you will receive an email confirmation. Don't forget to upload your video monthly to check for improvements if you have subscribed for monthly analysis .

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