Rules of Badminton
Badminton is a recreational sport played by either two opposing players (singles) or two opposing pa
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.
2. Scoring system
The rules of badminton states that a badminton match shall consist of the best of 3 games. In doubles and mens singles, the first side to score 15 points wins the game. In womens singles, the first side to score 11 points wins the game.If the score becomes 14 all (10 all in womens singles), the side which first scored 14 (10) shall exercise the choice to continue the game to 15 (11) points or to set the game to 17 (13) points.The side winning a game serves first in the next game. Only the serving side can add a point to its score.Recently BWF have been testing a new scoring format of 21 points per game on all major Badminton competition and decided to replace the old format permanently.
3. Change of ends
The rules of badminton states that you have to change ends with your opponent after finishing the first game. If a third game was to be played, you shall change ends when the leading score reaches 6 in a game of 11 points or 8 in a game of 15 points.
4. Serving and receiving courts for Singles
You shall serve from, and receive in, the right service court when you or your opponent has scored an even number of points in that game.
You shall serve from, and receive in, the left service court when you or your opponent has scored an odd number of points in that game.
You and your opponent will hit the shuttle alternately until a fault is made or the shuttle ceases to be in play.
5. Scoring and serving for Singles
You score a point and serve again from the alternate service court when your opponent makes a faultor the shuttle ceases to be in play because it touches the surface of your opponents side of court.
No points will be scored when you make afaultor the shuttles ceases to be in play because it touches the surface of your side of court. The serving right will then be transferred to your opponent.
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