Purpose: To test the hypothesis that the performance and physiological responses observed following badminton players' performance of the Wingate anaerobic power test would correlate positively with those observed following their performance of three newly designed field tests for badminton players. Methods: Ten male university badminton players were recruited as subjects. Each subject performed one standard anaerobic power test (30-second Wingate power test) and three 30-second badminton-specific field tests (3, 4, and 6-point tests) twice, using a counter-balanced method. Rest intervals of at least 24 hours were given between the tests. All subjects wore heart rate (HR) monitors to measure HR response during each anaerobic power test, and the rating of perceived exertion (RPE) was measured immediately after each test. Blood lactate concentration (La) was analyzed at 3 minutes after each test. Results: 1) Performance: The power performance during the Wingate test had a correlation positively (p＞.05) with 3, 4 and 6 points tests; 2) Physiological responses: The extent of physiological responses (La, HR, and RPE) during or after the Wingate test had significant (p＜.05) positive correlation with 3, 4, and 6-point tests. The results of this study showed that the performance and physiological responses observed during and following the 3, 4, and 6-point badminton field tests correlated positively with those observed during and following the Wingate power test. Conclusions: These three badminton field tests may provide useful information for badminton coaches and sports scientists to use in the evaluation of badminton-specific anaerobic power tests in the future.