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Officials of the Game Badminton?

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There is usually only one official in the game of badminton. Other officials like a line judge or service judge can also be used for tournaments, but generally there is only one official who is known as the umpire. The umpire is in charge of the badminton court and the surrounding areas. Badminton is a sport that is played on a court much like tennis or basketball. One court can be used to play single games while larger courts can be used to play multiple games at once. The game is played using a net, rackets, and a shuttlecock.
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