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Basic rules of badminton everybody needs to know You might think badminton is a simple game with simple rules. If you are familiar with the game then you would know that the prior statement is not true at all. Badminton looks like it is a simple game but it is quite complicated to play and the rules of the game can be confusing. Badminton is played with three equipments: a badminton racket that suits your abilities and complements your play style. If you are looking for a racket that will suit you the best then check out the best badminton rackets to get one for yourself, a shuttlecock and net. The shuttlecock is hit back and forth until one player is unable to return the shuttlecock to the opponent. In this case the one who last hit the shuttle gets a point. The whole game consists of three sets of games. The player or the team who first scores 21 points win the Set. The player who wins two sets out of three win the whole match. Some of the basic rules of badminton are: Who will serve first is decided by tossing a coin. You thought a coin is used only in Cricket then to your surprise a coin is used in badminton also to decide who will serve first. From which side the player is going to serve can be a little confusing. The player is supposed to receive and serve form the right side of the court. If the score of a player is even then the service is done from the right side of the court. If the score of a player is odd then the service is done from the left side of the court. While serving a point is given when the player who served wins a rally. In a doubles game the team to acquire 15 points first wins a point. The service is supposed to be done underhand to the diagonal court where the service is done which is service court. Only one service try is given to a payer until and unless the service is entirely missed. When the shuttlecock touches the top of the net but lands on the proper service court it is called a let service. If is considered to be a fault if the shuttlecock hits the net but it lands on the service court then it is not considered to be a fault.

In a doubles game if a player lose the serve on team A then the next serve is given to a player on team B until the player lose the serve. When the player who was serving on team B loses the service the other player on team B gets the serve. The other player on team B will serve until he loses the serve. When the other player on team B lose the serve the other player on team A who did not get to serve first will get the serve. When the current serve lose the serve the player who first got the serve will serve now. The winner is the one who wins two out of three matches. The team or the player who won the last match will get to serve in the next set of the game.

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Basic Rules of Badminton you need to know  

You might think badminton is a simple game with simple rules. If you are familiar with the game then you would know that the prior statement...

Basic Rules of Badminton you need to know  

You might think badminton is a simple game with simple rules. If you are familiar with the game then you would know that the prior statement...

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