A serve that strikes the net and lands in the opponents court is a let serve

A serve that strikes the net and lands in the

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for both, but singles badminton is played with the narrower of the two sidelines. A serve that strikes the net and lands in the opponent's court is a let serve and is retaken. During service, players must stand in their respective service courts. The receiving player is not permitted to move his/her feet until the badminton shuttlecock has been struck. The highest part of the serving player's badminton racquet mustremain below his/her hand and waistline during service. In other words, only underhanded serves are permitted. Scoring:In service play, the traditional scoring format, a badminton game is won by scoring 15 points in doubles and men's singles, or 11 points in women's singles. In rally play, 21 points are needed to win a badminton game. In service play, only the serving team may score a point. If the rally is lost, service passes to the opponentin singles play. In doubles play, except for the first service of a game, each player on a team is permitted to serve at least once before service is lost. In rally play, a point can be awarded to either team, and in most cases, a point is awarded along with resumption of service, except when the first member of a serving doubles team loses a rally point. After each badminton game, players or teams must switch sides. If a third game is necessary during a match, sides are switched during that game when a player/team has reached eight points in doubles or men's singles, six points in women's singles, or 11 points in rally play.Faults:A fault is called if: - A serve is made in any form except underhand with the contact below the waist. - On a serve, the shuttlecock lands outside the proper service court. - A player reaches over the net with the racket and hits the shuttlecock. - The shuttlecock lands outside the boundary line. - A player hits the net with their body. - A player holds the bird on the racket momentarily (also known as a carry).
MODULE 1: FOOTWORK 1. STRETCHING Please complete the following stretching routine on your own. 1.Rotating Wrist Stretch 2.Elbow-out Rotator Stretch 3.Standing Toe-up Achilles Stretch 2. FOOTWORK Please watch the following video clip on how to perform footwork in badminton: 10 Comprehension task (check with a partner) Find a partner and demonstrate the proper technique for the badminton footwork. Be sure to provide feedback to one another on correct and incorrect technique until you are both able to perform the footwork correctly. Record the number of times successful footwork was performed on the personal recording form below. 1 2 3 4 5 MODULE 2: GRIP
1. FOREHAND GRIP Please watch the following video clip and refer to the images below on how to perform a standard grip in badminton: Comprehension task (check with a partner) Find a partner and demonstrate the proper technique for a standard badminton grip. Be sure to

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