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any point scored, though usually said of a point scored on which a player failed to touch the shuttle with his racket
the general area near the end line, back half of the court
the stroke used to hit a shuttle that comes to the off-racket side
an attempt to throw an opponent off balance by faking or by using false start before or during a service attempt. If the server does this, he loses the serve; if the receiver does this, he loses a point.
a hit that causes the shuttle to be "slung" which is a fault
a high, deep shot, aimed to go over the opponents head, to back area of the court.
hitting the shuttle twice on side of the court to the other, at an angle across the net
hitting the shuttle twice on the same stroke. It is a fault.
hard-hit shot, on which the shuttle travels low over the net with great speed, on a more of less horizontal line
a shot that just clears the top of the net, and then drops quickly downward
the hitting surface of the badminton racket
any violation of the rules, of a playing error. A _______ by the server results in an "out"; a ______ by the receiver results in a point for the server.
the path of the shuttle as it moves through the air
generally, that area close to the net
the stroke used to hit a shuttle that comes to the racket side
the part of the racket that holds the strings
shots which land within the proper playing area, including the lines.
a shot which starts close to the floor near the net, rises up over the net and drops sharply downward
the "business end" of the racket
a type of clear that rises very high into the air and drops to the rear of the opponent's court. It is usually made as a defensive measure.
a shot that lands, or would have landed, within the proper playing area, including on the line
to smash the shuttle in such a way that the opponent cannot return it
replay of a point
This is ordinarily the best 2-out-of-3 games
that point which, if won by the server, wins the match for him
misses the shuttle completely while attempting to serve; a fault.
a shuttle that is hit into the net
a term used to remind the players in a doubles game that one member of the serving team has had his turn at service, and that the serve will change sides soon as the remaining server is retired.
a shuttle that lands outside of the boundary lines of the proper court section as on the serve, or during a rally.
to aim a shot so that it lands on a certain court area
a unit of scoring. Only the server or serving side can score a point
the original name for badminton. The game was introduced to the USA about 1900.
the continual play between the times a shuttle is served and a fault is made
the _____ of a serve must stand within the service court until the server hits the shuttle. In doubles play, the partner of the receiver may stand anywhere he wants.
to put the shuttle into play. A player is allowed only one serve for each point scored.
the part of teh racket between the head and the handle
a hard, overhead shot that drives the shuttle sharply downward
touching the net
contacting the net with the racket or body. It is a fault.
to hit the shuttle while it is in the air and before it touches the ground, hence, all legal badminton shots must be volleyed.
a shot on which the shuttle lands outside the proper court area
The single's court is ___________ than the double's court. When playing doubles, the court gets ________, as in tennis.
This serve is used basically in singles but can be used in doubles for the receiver who is standing in the front half of the service box. The flight of the bird should carry it over the head of the receiver to land very near to the back of the service box. The same technique is used to return a low bird when the opponent is in the front court (underhand high clear).
low short serve
This serve is used to make the receiver use the underhand clear as a return and set it up for a smash. The bird must cross the net within 6 to 8 inches if it is to be effective.
This stroke is used to return a low bird.
This stroke is the most frequently used stroke; bird travels high and deep.
This stroke is a return that sends the bird in a sharp, direct line to the floor. Can be used to play a high, short return.
This stroke is used to return a high short return. The bird drops directly to the floor about 6 inches from the net. This is effective when the opponent is in the back court or as a change of pace from the smash or clear.
forehand and backhand drives
This stroke is a fast, level return played to the racket and non-racket side respectively.
hairpin net flight
This stroke is an underhand return of a bird close to the net that ravels up and over the net and drops to the floor.
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