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INDIVIDUAL/DUAL SPORTS (PHYED6200)QUIZ 1(TRY LANG WLANG REKLAMO!!! ANG MAGBENTA PTM!!!)Question 1True or False: Badminton can be played in both singles and doubles.Question 2True or False: Correct gripping is the most vital factor in badminton and winning matches.Question 3True or False: The net should be 720mm in depth and at least 6.1m wide.Question 4This refers to the line running parallel to the net.Question 5Answerclearsare used as defensive stroke to allow the player time to return to the ready position and regroup and to move the opponent as far away from the net as possible.Question 6Question 7
The Post should beQuestion 8Any stroke made on the side of the body opposite the racket side.Question 9TheAnswerserviceis the stroke used to initiate play and used to begin each point in the match.Question 10True or False: The grip should be neither tight nor loose but firm and pliant, loosening as the swing progresses.This refers to chasing how many points to play when the score becomes tied in 13-all or 14-all.Select one:a. Rallyb. Setting the game c. Net flightd. ServeQuestion 2
Question 3Which of the following is not a part of a racket?Question 4This refers to the flat shot that is kept as low as possible to have the opponent run from side to side.Question 5This term refers to loss of service.Question 6These are shots struck on the side away from the racket (left side for the right-handed and right side for the left-handed).Select one: