People, athletes, badminton players have evolved. We are taller, stronger, more explosive, and in general, athletic phenomena. Much of the skill, thought and heart to the game have been eroded. The men's singles game is characterized by short rallies, down-the-line smashes, crosscourt smashes, net drop winners and a high number of unforced errors. Technology has also played a role with rackets becoming increasingly powerful. In many sports, measures have been taken to accommodate the evolution of the athlete and technology. The hope is to restore a balance to the sport such that all factors involved in the outcome of the game have at least some significance and form an optimal equilibrium. Golf, for example, has lengthened its courses in recognition of the modern hitter striking the ball further. Isn't it about time badminton accommodated the modern athlete by increasing the height of its net by 4cm?