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A match consists of the best out of __?__ games
How many points does a game play to?
A team must win by how many points?
Games have a __?__ point cap
one point, then serves
The side winning a rally adds __?__ point to their score and then __?__
change courts, winner serving first
__?__ at the end of each game, with the winner __?__ first
right service court
At the beginning of the game, the serve starts from the ___?__ court
left service court
When the score is odd, the serve starts from the __?__ court
To the alternate service court and serves again
If the point is made, the serves moves where?
T/F? A bird that lands on a line is good
1. The bird falls short of the service line
2. The bird lands over the back line or outside the sidelines
The server looses the serve if? (2)
T/F? If the serve hits the net and continues into the correct court, it is in play
below the server's wrist
Where must the racquet head be when the server strikes the bird?
1. The bird lands outside the receiver's service court
2. The server fakes a serve
3. The server touches the net with the racquet or any part of the body
When is it a fault in serving? (3)
Below the waist
Where must the bird be struck?
If there is no Referee, who keeps the score?
Either side by side, or one up (in the front) and one in the back
During doubles, how should you play?
T/F? You should play your shots as close to the net as possible?
Birdie and Shuttle Cock
What are the two names for a birdie?
Clear, Drive, Smash, Hairpin, Drop
What are the five shots?
Birdie goes to end of court, birdie is rainbow, racquet is high above head
Racquet is above head, use wrist to smash down
Racquet is flat, relies on wrist power, birdie goes strait
Birdie is close to net, racquet tilts a little, birdie goes downward, doesn't require much power
Birdie goes up and over the net, close to net, underhand uses, plop
Court size for singles
44 feet long * 17 feet wide
Court size for doubles
44 feet long * 20 feet wide
one has feathers with a cork base; the other is plastic with a rubber base.
made of light weight material like wood, plastic, or metal.
battledore or shuttlecock
In 5th century BC in China- kicked feathered objects
In 1873 at the Badminton Estate in England used rackets, and non-feathered objects.
when did badminton become an olympic sport?
It became Olympic sport in 1992
What is the Object of the game
to hit the shuttlecock/birdie back and forth over a net without permitting it to hit the floor/grounds in bounds on your side of the net.
A player may not touch the net with a racket or body during play
what is the term of service called?
what does a toss or spin of the racket determine?
who will serve first
what is a serve that touches the net and lands in the proper court called?
'let serve' and is reserved, otherwise, only one serve is permitted to each court until a side out occurs.
when was badminton introduced in America?
a player may not touch the net with a racket or body during play
a birdie may not come to rest or be carried on the racket
a birdie may hit the net on its way across during play and the rally can continue
a player may not reach over the net to hit the shuttlecock
what is a loss of serve called?
what are some types of shots?
the lob, drop shot, smash and drive
How must the serve travel?
diagonally or cross court to be good
where must the server and receiver stand?
within their respective service courts until the serve is made
when are points scored?
all lines are considered in bounds
in singles, when the server's score is even, where is the serve taken?
from the right side
when the servers score is odd
the serve is taken from the left
Where did badminton originate?
Do serving players switch sides after a legal serve?
does the receiving side switch sides after a legal serve?
How many players per court?
How many players per side?
a shot that is the most common and is used to move your opponent back from the net and can be offensive
A serve where the opponent fails to make contact with the shuttle
The area that enlarges the court for doubles
The stroke used to hit the shuttle when it comes to the opposite side of the racket hand
Another name for the shuttle
A game with 2 players on each side
Any violation of the rules or a playing error
The path of the shuttle as it moves through the air
Generally, the area close to the net
The stroke used to hit the shuttle that comes to the dominant hand of a player
To smash the shuttle so it can't be returned
Permitting the serve to be replayed
The continual play between the time a player serves and a player faults
Side by side
a doubles system where the court coverage is divided at the center line
to put the shuttle into play
Up and back
a doubles system where partners cover the front half and the back half of the court
How to determine who serves:
A coin toss determines serve and receive. The team that wins the coin toss chooses whether they would like to serve, receive, or chooses a side.
Games are played to
21 points. A team/ player needs to win by two or more, or the first team to 30.
Made from within the serving player's court.
Shuttle must be hit underhand, below the waist, and into the service court diagonally opposite the server
Shutte that lands on the line is considered?
Who calls the score?
The serving team calls the score first and then says the score after each point
How many hits are allowed per side?
If the shuttle hits the net and falls over to the other side it is?
Out of bounds rules
A player should always let the shuttle drop to the floor if they think it is out of bounds.
Do not catch it and call it out.
if birdie is hit into another court, wait until play is stopped on that court before retrieving the birdie.
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