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1. For playing double, each team needs to have 2 players. It means four players, in total, play the doubles.
2. Both the teams have to go for the toss to decide which team serves first.
3. The winner of the toss may choose to serve first, and can also pick its side of the court.
4. Four players of two teams having entered the court, may decide and take their positions respectively.
5. For playing double, each team needs to have 2 players. It means four players, in total, play the doubles.
6. Both the teams have to go for the toss to decide which team serves first.
7. The winner of the toss may choose to serve first, and can also pick its side of the court.
8. Four players of two teams having entered the court, may decide and take their positions respectively.
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Just Now Badminton Rules Doubles are pretty much the same as singles. However I get a fair number of questions on doubles rules. Here’s a page to solve all your queries! Service Boundaries for Badminton Doubles. Serve to the gray area so that the shuttlecock falls INSIDE.

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9 hours ago of the service (Law 9.2) shall be considered to be an undue delay; 9.1.3 the server and the receiver shall stand within diagonally opposite service courts (Diagram A) without touching the boundary lines of these service courts; 9.1.3.1 In Para-badminton Wheelchair and Standing Classes playing half-court, Diagram D and F, respectively, apply.

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9 hours ago Flick Serve In Badminton. The flick is another variation in which the shuttle is flicked to the back of the court, landing on or just before the doubles service line. This is a very useful shot to have in your repertoire but again should be used sparsely. The reason for this should be fairly obvious.

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1. Method 1 of 3: Following Basic Serving Rules. Stand inside a service court, not touching any boundary lines. ...
2. Method 2 of 3: Using Forehand Serves. Hold the racket so your thumb and middle finger touch in forehand serves. ...
3. Method 3 of 3: Performing Backhand Serves. Rest your thumb along the bevel on the handle for backhand serves. ...
4. Court for Play (Boundaries of the Court) A badminton court has lines for both singles and doubles games. ...
5. Toss (Who starts the game) In professional matches, a coin toss decides which team will serve first and which team will receive first.
6. Scoring Rules. ...

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1. The Object of the Game. The idea is to hit the shuttlecock over the net to land within the court boundaries. Your opponent aims to return the shuttle before it hits the floor, starting a rally.
2. Players. You can play badminton in singles, doubles, or mixed doubles. While the badminton rules are generally the same for all forms of the game—specific differences apply to court size and serving procedures in doubles matches.
3. The Court. You play badminton on a court measuring 20 feet by 44 feet (6.1 meters by 13.4 meters). In the center of the court is a net at the height of five feet one inch.
4. Starting the Game. In tournament play, the badminton rules dictate that the officiating umpire tosses a coin to decide who serves first. However, if you’re playing casually, you’re unlikely to have a match official or be carrying loose change onto the court.
5. Badminton Service Rules. Service Courts. Either side of the net is two boxed areas—known as the service courts. These boxed areas are delineated by: Front service line.
6. Scoring. You receive a point in badminton when your opponent: Hits the shuttlecock outside of the court boundaries. Strikes the shuttlecock into the net. Cannot return the shuttlecock over the net.
7. Switching Court Sides. Under both badminton singles rules, and the doubles regulations, the winner(s) of the coin toss decides on which side of the court to play from.
8. Intervals. The badminton rules indicate that a break from play occurs when: One side reaches eleven points, you are permitted to take a 60-second interval.
9. Lets. In competition, the umpire may call a ‘let’ if accidental or unforeseen circumstances occur. In casual games, the players should decide beforehand what falls under this heading.
10. Winning the Game. The first player, or team in doubles, to reach 21 points wins that particular game. The winner of the match is the first side to win two games.

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2 hours ago Written by admin on 26/09/2018 in Blog Posts, Rules & Regulations. Since March 2018, implemented at the All England 2018, the new badminton service rule has been in place. This stipulates that “the whole of the shuttle shall be below 1.15 metres from the surface of the court at the instant of being hit by the server’s racket.” ( https

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7 hours ago the movement of the server's racket shall continue forwards from the start of the service (Law 9.2) until the service is delivered (Law 9.3); 9.1.8 the flight of the shuttle shall be upwards from the server's racket to pass over the net so that, if not intercepted, it shall land in the receiver's service court (i. e. on or within the boundary

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8 hours ago In doubles, the reason is very simple. This serve is the most effective one in terms of trying to keep the initiative of the point, which is vital to success in a doubles match. Serving high as a regular resource in doubles is a badminton suicide. As serving low is the best option, the backhand serve becomes the default option due to its

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2 hours ago Badminton Basics-4: The low service. Two important rules on serving:- Law 14 (a) (ii): It is a FAULT if, in serving any part of the shuttle at the instant of being struck be higher than the

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3 hours ago Every Badminton game starts with (0-0) at the starting of the game. If a server’s score is an even number (2 4 6 8…), he has to serve from right side of service court. If a server’s score is an odd number (1 3 5 7…), he has to serve from the left side of the service court. 2. Doubles service rule odd and even.

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9 hours ago Badminton Court Dimensions – How Big is a Badminton Court? A badminton court should be 6.1m wide by 13.4m long (20′ by 44′).; A badminton court’s lines are typically 38mm thick (1.5”).; The net should be 1.55m (5’1) high at the poles, but it should be lower in the middle – 1.52m (5′).; The laws of badminton don’t specify a minimum ceiling height for a court.

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1. As the name suggests, doubles is a variation of badminton played with two people instead of one. Thus, the lines will change a little. Because of the two people, doubles play makes use of the entire court. Meaning that shots within the outermost lines are in. The same thing as singles, if you’re a professional player, the highest level tournaments will often allow you to challenge the calls by the line judges. Of course, most of us are not at that level and don’t have to worry. Another difference of doubles with singles is the lines used for serving. Unlike singles where the horizontal back line is used at all time, the front horizontal line is used when players serve. Basically, you can’t serve as far as you usually can in singles. Scoring in doubles is the same as scoring in singles. You get points by either landing the shuttle in on your opponent’s side, or your opponent hits it out on your side. Games once again go up to 21 and matches are usually of best of three. In each game,...

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2 hours ago The serve is the basic of any badminton play. Serve is the term used according to badminton rules, to hit the cock during the beginning of each rally. Serve should always be done underarm and below the server’s waist. An overarm serve is against the rules of badminton, and would be considered a fault.

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6 hours ago Check them out along with their vocabulary and simplified badminton rules below. Below are some basic rules you need to know: A match consists of the best of three games to 21 points. Every time there is a serve, one point is scored. If the score is 20-20, the individual or team must win by two points to win the game.

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2 hours ago This covers the basics of serving so you can get started, read our full article on Badminton serving rules for all the details. Rules for doubles Doubles is played with four people, as we mentioned earlier this four-player setup can be either four men (mens doubles), four ladies (womens doubles) or two pairs of a man and a woman (mixed doubles).

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9 hours ago DOUBLES BADMINTON RULES Court-Doubles court- use outside lines all the way around, except for serves where you use the shorter back lines -The net shall be 5 ft. high at center Start of Play • Before starting the game, the opponents toss a coin with the winner choosing: (a) to serve first/to receive first, or (b) the side

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3 hours ago A player of the serving side shall serve from the left service court when the serving side has scored an odd number of points in that game. 11.1.3 The player of the receiving side who served last shall stay in the same service court from where he served last.

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9 hours ago Simplified Rules of Badminton The Laws of Badminton and Competition Regulations (linked here) in the BWF Statutes provide the Scoring System o A match consists of the best of 3 games of 21 points. o Every time there is a serve – there is a point scored. o The side winning a rally adds a point to its score. o At 20 all, Doubles o A

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3 hours ago In this video, you will learn the doubles rules to serve.If you want to learn more specialized techniques on serving please watch the next video on the progr

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3 hours ago Serve like a pro. In this article we are gonna go through many different serves in the doubles, and also the high serve in the singles. We will write about tips and tricks, and also show you many cool tutorial videos with step by step instructions on the serves. We will also look at the serving rules, and give our point of view on that.

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7 hours ago In doubles service which lands in the colored area is valid (Shuttle even if it lands on the line is considered as valid). And all service in doubles (and singles) are done diagonally.. A simple rule is followed for service if you are having points in odd number like 1, 3, 5 then you will serve from left box of courtside diagonally to your opponent and if you are having points in even number

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1 hours ago In this video, you will learn the doubles rules to serve. If you want to learn more specialized techniques on serving please watch the next video on the program. This video is designed for everyone who wants to learn the rules of badminton. Watch this simple tutorial video to help you brush up on the rules for the serve in doubles. Music :

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Just Now The Rules of Badminton Index COURT SHUTTLE TESTING A SHUTTLE FOR SPEED RACQUET EQUIPMENT COMPLIANCE TOSS SCORING CHANGE OF ENDS SERVICE SINGLES DOUBLES SERVICE COURT ERRORS FAULTS LETS SHUTTLE NOT IN PLAY CONTINUOUS PLAY, MISCONDUCT, PENALTIES OFFICIAL AND APPEALS Definitions …

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6 hours ago Rules and regulations. This section of the website deals with the nuts and bolts of how the game is governed – from doping control, to equal opportunities, to how the sport is played. The relevant section of the Badminton England handbook – The Book – deals with the governing body’s regulatory framework, which works to provide a fair

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8 hours ago Other rules of badminton. Quick rules. Scoring. A match is the best of 3 games of 21 points. A serve must be delivered below the waist diagonally into the opponent’s service box. The player who wins the rally gets a point. If both players are tied at 20, the player who gains a two-point lead wins the game. If both players are at 29 points

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3 hours ago Cinematography and editing by Jason Chan (@jjjason_inc)It’s not possible to overestimate the advantage of producing a perfectly executed low serve. Al Liao s

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8 hours ago Badminton Rules Rule 1: Facility The server must hit the shuttle into the opposite service court. In doubles this extends to the outside rectangular space. Rule 8: General Rules. You should not serve until the opponent is ready, but if he/she attempts to return the serve, he/she is considered ready and play continues.

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7 hours ago Low serve. The low serve is played gently over the net to land at the front of your opponent’s service court, near the short service line. It’s important that this serve passes low over the net (hence the name low serve). The low serve is used in both singles and doubles. In doubles, the low serve is used more frequently than any other serve.

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1. The aim of badminton is to hit the shuttle with your racket so that it passesover the net and lands inside your opponent’s half of the court. Wheneveryou do this, you have won a rally; win enough rallies, and you win the match. Your opponent has the same goal. He will try to reach the shuttle and send itback into your half of the court. You can also win rallies from youropponent’s mistakes: if he hits the shuttle into or under the net, or outof court, then you win the rally. If you think your opponent’s shot is going to land out, then youshould let it fall to the floor. If you hit the shuttle instead, then the rallycontinues. Once the shuttle touches the ground, the rally is over. In this respect,badminton is not like tennis or squash, where the ball can bounce. You must hit the shuttle once onlybefore it goes over the net(even in doubles). In this respect, badminton is not like volleyball, wheremultiple players can touch the ball before sending it back over the net.

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1. According to the new rule, “the whole of the shuttle shall be below 1.15 metres from the surface of the court at the instant of being hit by the server’s racket”. Basically, the point of contact at the start of the serve cannot be more than 1.15 meters from the court. The earlier rule had it that the shuttle had to be below the player's waist when serving. How is the waist defined in this case? The waist is an imaginary line drawn around the waist of a player, level with the lowest part of the server’s bottom rib. If a player exceeds 1.15 metres, it will be declared a foul and the server not only loses his right to serve but also concedes a point.

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1. Before the Game. Before the doubles match begins a coin toss determines who will serve first and who will receive. The winner of the coin toss makes the choice.
2. Badminton Doubles Service Rules. The initial service for doubles games should always take place from the right service court. Thus, the first serve of the game gets made from the right service court.
3. Alternating Service. No player may receive two consecutive services in the same game. So, serving alternates between the right and left court stations as long as the initial server wins points.
4. Badminton Doubles Court. The team serving the shuttle is the server and the other team is the receiver. When the server's score is odd, the serve takes place from the left service side of the badminton doubles court.
5. Doubles Badminton General Play. Play continues and any player may hit the shuttle from any part of the court after a return of the initial serve. Only one player per team may hit the shuttle using only one hit to pass it over the net.
6. Badminton Doubles Rules for Faults. Any of the following situations would get considered as badminton faults: During the serve: The server makes contact with the shuttle above the serving hand (or the racquet head is above).
7. Doubles Badminton Rules for 'Let' If a 'let' gets called, play gets repeated and there is no change in the previous score. 'Badminton lets' will get allowed if
8. Badminton Doubles Scoring System. In badminton rules doubles, only the team who is serving can score points. The other team must wait until they win the serve to score.
9. Substitutions in Badminton Double Rules. Other than for injury, a doubles team may only make substitutions between games. This ruling is overseen as part of umpires responsibilities while officiating the match.
10. Winning Badminton Rules Doubles. The basic badminton doubles rules state that the winning team is the first to 15 points. Achieving a two-point lead to win the game is not necessary in doubles badminton rules and regulations.

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8 hours ago Badminton Rules List. Whether you're interested in playing badminton competitively or just for fun, it's important to know the basic rules of how to play. In this lesson, you'll learn about scoring, serving, breaks, lets, and more.While all of these rules may not apply to every game you play in, they are helpful to know.

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9 hours ago Rule 8: General Rules. You should not serve until the opponent is ready, but if he/she attempts to return the serve, he/she is considered ready and play continues. If in serving, you miss the shuttlecock, you may serve again providing your racquet did …

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9 hours ago Badminton Rules. BADMINTON RULES (10):SINGLES. 10. SINGLES. 10.1. Serving and receiving courts. 10.1.1. The players shall serve from, and receive in, their respective right service courts when the server has not scored or has …

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2 hours ago Page 1 of 30 GrashewMaan Module 1- Badminton This module presented the complete lesson about badminton. It started with a short introduction of the sport. Followed by brief history, and Philippine’s history of badminton. Facilities and equipment, terminologies, service rules, and singles and double competition are also included. Basic skills needed to learn how to play …

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1. A badminton match is played in “Best of 3” format, which means that who manages to win two games, wins the whole match. If after two games both sides have one game each, a third and deciding game is played. Since 2006 a badminton match is played in the “rally point system”.This means a game is won when one side gets to 21 points. Each point counts, regardless of who is serving. The very first serve of a match is decided by coin toss, after that the winner of the last exchange has the serve. I...
2. Serve: Inner back line – Outer side line – Service line Ball in play:Back line – Outer side line In Doubles the outer sidelines are significant at all times. The backline however is only valid when the rally is going. During the service situation the long service line for Doubles must not be passed by the shuttle. Additionally the shuttle must pass the short service line for Doubles.

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1 hours ago Badminton Rules Singles and Doubles. July 16, 2020. Badminton is a racket sport, like tennis and squash, and can be played as a singles game or a doubles match, just like tennis. The game takes place in a rectangular court with a network extending through the center. The court is divided into left and right sections on each side of the network.

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9 hours ago Good thing is that the equipment of badminton is very budget-friendly, especially if you have a low budget. Most of the equipment are available under $15 or 1000 INR. If you want to compete with an advanced player then you have to buy professional badminton equipment at any cost, as they will be better than low budget equipment.

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9 hours ago The difference between singles and doubles in badminton includes the number of players on court, the court dimensions, and the service rules. In singles, there is one player on each end of the court while in doubles, there are two players on each end of the court. Next, the singles court dimensions are smaller than in doubles, which is

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9 hours ago Answer: Toss-The rules of badminton states that a toss shall be conducted before a game starts. If you win, you can choose between serving first or to start play at either end of the court. Your opponent can then exercise the remaining choice. …

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4 hours ago The rules to serve in badminton for all categories are the same. It doesn’t matter if it’s singles, doubles or mixed doubles. Why the Rules are in Place. The main reason for the strict rules governing a badminton serve is to prevent the server from performing a service that would look like a badminton smash or drive.

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  • Method 1 of 3: Following Basic Serving Rules. Stand inside a service court, not touching any boundary lines. ...
  • Method 2 of 3: Using Forehand Serves. Hold the racket so your thumb and middle finger touch in forehand serves. ...
  • Method 3 of 3: Performing Backhand Serves. Rest your thumb along the bevel on the handle for backhand serves. ...

How does the service rule work in badminton doubles?

Badminton Doubles Service Rules The initial service for doubles games should always take place from the right service court. Thus, the first serve of the game gets made from the right service court. You should play it to your opponent in a diagonal path opposite to you. That means it gets received in the diagonal right service court.

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10 Rules of Badminton. At no time during the game should the player touch the net, with his racquet or his body. 3. The shuttlecock should not be carried on or come to rest on the racquet. 4. A player should not reach over the net to hit the shuttlecock. 5. A serve must carry cross court (diagonally) to be valid.

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  • Court for Play (Boundaries of the Court) A badminton court has lines for both singles and doubles games. ...
  • Toss (Who starts the game) In professional matches, a coin toss decides which team will serve first and which team will receive first.
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