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Badminton Study Guide / True or False
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Game consists of 15 points
In doubles, both players serve every inning except the first inning.
In the first inning, the player that serves first, only gets to serve until they make a mistake?
Alternate service courts after 5 serves only?
False: Alternate service courts after EACH serve.
A receiver may as many consecutive serves as they want?
False: No receiver may receive two consecutive serves.
All teams can score a point regardless of which team is serving?
False: Only the serving team can score points.
The height of the net is 5 feet.
The width of the court is 100 yards.
False: The width of the court is 20 feet.
The length of the court is 100 yards.
False: The length of the court is 44 feet.
The object the racket hits instead of a ball is called a shuttle.
During play, the shuttle may touch the net and is considered in play.
A lob is a shot that is contacted above your head with a forceful swing.
False: It is called a smash
Shuttles falling on the lines are considered "in".
The serve can be contacted anywhere above the knee.
False: A serve can be contacted anywhere above the waist.
Players may not move before the serve is contacted.
The server may have only one foot in the serving court when serving.
False: It would be a serving fault if the server's feet are not completely in the correct service court and stationary (still).
A forehand grip is a type of grip when you shake hands with your racket.
During play, the shuttle crosses the net but touches the net. This is considered in play.
A smash shot is when you slow your racket just prior to contact, causing the shuttle to move downward.
False: it is called a drop shot.
A player may hit the shuttle more than once on a side.
False: that would be a playing fault
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