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Badminton History/Game. Originally started in India as a game called “Poona”. Badminton is a skilled game that uses strategy and finesse as opposed to strength. The object of the game is to hit the birdie to the floor on the opponent’s side of the net. Basic Rules. Scoring

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Badminton history game

Badminton History/Game

Originally started in India as a game called “Poona”.

Badminton is a skilled game that uses strategy and finesse as opposed to strength.

The object of the game is to hit the birdie to the floor on the opponent’s side of the net.


Basic rules

Basic Rules

Scoring

It is not necessary to serve to score points.

All games are played to 15 points. First one to reach 15 points wins. A match is the best 2 out of 3 games.

A player continues to serve, alternating courts until their team commits an error.


Doubles

Doubles

  • On the first serve of the game, only one player on the service team serves and then the serve changes sides.

  • From then on, if the serving side commits an error while the first server is serving, a point is scored and partner of the first server becomes the server.

  • When the serving side commits an error again, while the second server is serving, a point is scored, and the opposing side becomes the serving side.


Tie breakers

Tie Breakers

  • If a game is tied up at 13 -13, team reaching 13 first may elect to play to 15 or “set” the game at 5 points.

  • If a game is tied up at 14 – 14, the team reading 14 first may elect to play to 15 or “set” the game at 3 points.


Serving

Serving

  • Must be done under hand with the racket below the waist and wrist.

  • The partner on the right must serve first.

  • The serve must be in the diagonal court and cross over the short service line in order to be good.

  • The server and receiver must be in their proper courts to start the point.

  • The partners rotate courts only after they have served.

  • If a player attempting to serve misses the birdie completely, he or she may re-do the serve.


Serving faults

Serving Faults

  • Shuttle hit above the waist.

  • Shuttle lands on the wrong side or does not cross the net.

  • The shuttle is not hit on its base.

  • The server lifts or drags their feet while serving.


Rally faults

Rally Faults

  • The shuttle touches the ground inbound.

  • The birdie does not go back over the net.

  • The birdie falls outside the court.

  • The birdie is hit more than once.

  • A player touches the net with either their racket or body.

  • A player reaches over the net.

  • The birdie hits a player whether they are standing inside or outside the boundaries.


Common shots used

Common Shots Used

  • Clear – a stroke that send the birdie high and deep to the baseline of the opponent’s court.

  • Drop Shot – a stroke in which the birdie falls just over the net to the floor.

  • Smash – a hard overhead stroke hit downward with great force to the opponent’s floor.

  • Drive – a shot that has a flat path and is used to pass an opponent or for quick changes crosscourt or down the line.


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