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If you like tennis, badminton and squash, speedminton is the place for you. With us you will find a large selection of different Speedminton balls that meet the requirements of both performance-oriented players and leisure players. Our Speedminton balls are not only of very high quality, they are also equipped with great playing properties and a high level of robustness. Discover our Speedminton balls now and order them easily online!

Durable speedminton balls for club, school or leisure

What is speedminton?

Speedminton is also called crossminton and combines badminton, tennis and squash (a mix of these sports) in one game. Speedminton is a setback game. The advantage of this sport or game is that it can be played anywhere and at any time. Because you do not need a network for speedminton, which is why it can be set up and dismantled very quickly. The playing field in Speedminton consists of 5.5 meters x 5.5 meters halves in the form of squares. These squares are arranged at a distance of 12.8 from one another on the field. In addition, the Speedminton game can be played indoors and outdoors. There are fixed rules for speedminton competition. You don't need much for a match or sport crossminton, namely just a racket and a speedminton ball (speeder), as well as some spare balls.

Rules in speedminton

A Speedminton game is won when two sets have been won. A game set is only won by a lead of two profit points. In Speedminton, each player has three serves, after which the serve changes to the opponent. A player receives a point (point gain) if the Speedminton Ball touches the ground or if the Speedminton Ball touches the ground. Even if a Speedminton Ball hits the body of a teammate, this is counted as a point. After each set, the side or half of the field is changed. The official rules for a competition in Speedminton are set by the German Crossminton Association (DCV) and the International Crossminton Organization (ICO).

What is the difference between a speedminton ball and a shuttlecock?

The Speedminton Ball (Speeder) is very similar to a shuttlecock or a badminton ball. However, the Speedminton Ball (Speeder) was made shorter, heavier and narrower than a badminton ball. Wind rings serve to complain the speeder. Due to this structure and design of the ball (Speeder), the Speedminton balls fly more stable in the wind than a badminton ball and are water-deviating. In addition, Speedminton balls with a Speedlight (a kind of glow stick) glow at night (Night Edition), which means you can play Speedminton in the dark and it is often called Blackminton.

Discover our Speedminton balls at great speed and suitable for every use in this sport. With our Speedminton balls you will have as much fun in every match as playing tennis on tennis courts. We also have the right accessories for crossminton, such as a speedminton racket (racket), a nightspeeder, spare balls or a complete set with racket and speedminton balls.

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