In singles play, on each part of the net is one player, and at the double play are two players.

Before starting the game, opposing parties draw of lots. The winner may choose to serve, receive or play in a certain part of the land. The losing party can choose the alternatives left.

The game is won by the part that makes the first 2 sets of up to 3.

Badminton’s Rules

A set has 21 points in all samples. Equally 20, the party won two points difference from the opponent, wins the set. 29 equally the part that gain the point 30, wins the set.

During a set, when one side reaches 11 points score, you can pause up to 60 seconds.

The right to serve is decided by the action played before. If the service located at winning action game, then won a disputed point, and will serve the next point. If the action of the game is lost by the party that served, service changes and was previously the reception gain a point.

The ball is hit by one of the serving and the receiver, until an error occurs or the ball is in play.

The first serves to win a set in the next set, and changing land at the end of each set.

The break between sets does not exceed 120 seconds.

In case of equality in sets, in the decisive set, land changes when one party has reached11 points. If you are looking to change fields in the decisive set and error is discovered, the score is kept, executed the change immediately.

The service is correct when:

- The ball is hit below the hip,

- When the contact with the ball, the part top of the racket is below the fist that holds racquet,

- that you racquet arm movement is continuous, without interruption,

- Is made diagonally land, where appropriate.

In singles play, players will serve and receive, the service area and each right, when the player who serves obtained an even number of points in the set and played serve and receive, of and in the service left area of each, when the player got an odd number ofserves points disputed in the set.

The service, both the player which serves and the receipt must be found with both feet in contact with the ground.

In doubles, players must decide who will serve first and who will receive the first service in the right side of the land, (player A and player B, for example).

The position of the players at the service side will change with each point won at first hand, keeping their positions to job loss, following service as opponents to win the point on serve, the other player in the position that the right or left service , depending on the evolution of that party score, odd or even. After the service was done and returned the ball will be played by any player who served and then the opposite side until there is a mistake or the ball ceases to be in game.

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