Badminton Final Study Guide For Second Eight Weeks(2)

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Study Guide How is play started? Bloss chapter 3 pg. 17 Know unwritten rule # 1(conduct on court) Bloss, chapter 3 pg. 25 Who can only communicate with the players on the court Bloss chapter 3 pg. 25 Know who a “player” is, Chapter 3, pg. 17 Know what can be tossed, Chapter 3 pg. 17 In singles and doubles, know who gets the serve when the server loses the rally, pg. 17 Know what the IBF publishes annually, chapter 3 pg. 17 Know what an inning is, chapter 3 pg. 19 know where players serve from in a singles game , chapter 3 pg. 19 Know if a shot falling on the boundary line is considered, chapter 3 pg 19 Know what happens when an unusual interference happens , chapter 3 pg. 19 Know how many times the shuttle can be hit( common sense) Know if player can step on the opponent’s side, chapter 3 pg.23 Is it a fault when the serving side misses the shuttle completely, chapter 3 pg. 22 Know how many points the score can be set to in a woman’s game, chapter 3 pg. 18 Know who the “out” side is, chapter 3 pg. 17 Know who produces the
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