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Group-1-Badminton-Rules-and-Regulations (1).pptx

  1. 1. Rules and Regulations of Badminton.
  2. 2. Basic Rules And Regulations Of Playing Badminton
  3. 3. A Game of two or four. Badminton can be played as singles or doubles. In a single rally, there will be two players, playing with each other. While in a double rally, you can pair up with your friend and play a game of four. But the players are a set, like the sets of cards.
  4. 4. Left or Right You cannot randomly choose your side as you wish. This is one of the basic badminton rule which needs to be followed for any rally. At the beginning of the game, when the server’s score is even, then you are at the right service court. If the servers score is odd, choose the left side. (yes! Be thorough with odd or even numbers, they do count!!)
  5. 5. Know your weapons Badminton is played with a stringed racket and a shuttlecock. The cock is topped with feathers and have a rubber base. The player should always hit the rubber base and not the feathered part. Each player can use a single stringed racket.
  6. 6. The Serve 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. (your physics rule of high velocity, does not suffice here!)
  7. 7. Begin it by a toss The basic rule and regulation of any badminton rally, either Olympics or your family play is that, the game always begins with a toss. When playing with your friends, stop fighting for the first serve, because you are within the box of the badminton rules! The start is only hosted by a toss; the next first serve depends on who wins the rally. If you win the first rally, then the next game begins with your serve. (perks of being the winner).
  8. 8. The “Net” trap • The net is a vital and villainous equipment in the play. If the shuttle cock hits the net or even touches the net, disqualified! The point goes to your opponent.
  9. 9. Tame Your Hands and Your Feet • While the play is on, your feet should never touch the white line bordered around you. Your hands are your rackets, a hand touch is a foul play, which is beyond the shadow of any doubt.
  10. 10. 21 Steps Ahead • To win the game of badminton you must score points before your opponent. Out of 3 sets of play you must win 2 to be the talented winner.
  11. 11. Rules and Regulations of Badminton for Singles. In a single rally, there will be two players, playing with each other on opposite sides of the court. •The serve One of the important rules of badminton is about the serve. The serve should always be done underarm and below the server’s waist. An overarm serve is against the basic rules of badminton, and would be considered a fault. •Format At the start of the game, the score is (0-0). You cannot randomly choose your side as you wish. This is one of the basic badminton rules which needs to be followed for any rally. When the server’s score is even, the server serves from the right service court. When the server’s score is odd, the server serves from the left service court. If the server wins a rally, the server gets a point and then serves again from the alternate side. If the receiver wins a rally, the receiver scores a point and becomes the new server. *Scoring system When the server wins the game, a point is scored and serve is retained. When the receiver wins the rally, they earn the right to serve. However, the ability to gain a point or lose a point will depend on the set of badminton rules and regulations. A match consists of best-of-three games to 21 points. At 20 all, the server which gains a two-point lead first wins the game. *Faults In official games of BWF, faults and errors result in a point for your opponent and you must surrender the serve to them. A major fault as listed in the badminton rules and regulations for singles is missing the shuttle while swinging on the serve. If you hit the shuttle but it passes underneath the net, it can be counted as a fault. Also, when you hit
  12. 12. Rules and Regulations of Badminton for Doubles. •Coin toss The basic rules and regulations of any badminton rally, either Olympics or leisurely with your family is that the game always begins with a toss. When playing with your friends, stop fighting for the first serve, because you must comply with the badminton rules that qualify a coin toss as an appropriate determinant. The next first serve depends on who wins the rally. If you win the first rally, then the next game begins with your serve. •Boundaries A player out of a team of 2 must serve inside the white lines of the diagonally opposite side so that the shuttlecock falls inside it. After the receiver returns the serve, the player can hit the shuttle anywhere within the entire court area •Switching sides on the court In Badminton rules and regulations for doubles entail that the players or teams will switch sides on the court during the following times: At the end of the first game Ø At the end of the second game and if a third game is to be played Ø During the third game if the first player/team scores a total of 11 points. •Scoring system If the serving side wins, they score a point and the same server serves again from the alternate service court. If the receiving side wins, the receiving side scores a point. The receiving side becomes the new serving side. To win the game of badminton, you must score points before your opponent. Out of 3 sets of play you must win two. Every time there is a serve, there is a point scored. *Faults The shuttlecock which is either served or hit should land inside the service court. Any shuttlecock which flew away from the white boundaries will not be counted and the opponent will score. One side has only one attempt to retrieve the shuttle, either one of the players is going to hit the shuttle. Even if the shuttle is accidentally touched by hand, it is still a fault. Also, an important rule of
  13. 13. That’s all, Thank you! Group 1 Members:

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