I dunno, I consider it a sport. I'm on a team, I practice for it, it requires training and skill, and I compete in it.
WRC it doesnt seem underrated as people know it takes great skill but you can never find it on TV to watch . In the UK at least anyway, I would love to watch it live, love rally racing.
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Well really, tennis is fun, but it isn't even their sychronisation, you won't get a lot of regard when your football is known as a birdie, better known and mocked as a shuttlecock (apparently I can't underline a certain aspect of said term without it getting censored, but you get what I mean). Just sayin.
I'd say lawn bowls.
Female golf is pretty underrated nowadays (at least it has been since annika sorrensten left). If I remember correctly, a pro-female golfer hit a 61 a little while ago.
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Well for me, I have to say wrestling. It's a sport that's all about mental toughness. The training may be hell, but the results are worth it in the end.
SERIOUSLY, the amount of times I've seen somebody call Badminton "gay" and "stupid" is simply appalling... especially as it's usually in ignorance. I, as a competitive player of the damn thing, know how intense the game-play can be, and it can easily rival Tennis (when in competition, not just normally, haha), the apparently "non-gay" version of it. It makes me sad how underrated Badminton is, and how shrugged off it is... also glad to see the first post agrees with me. :P
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