badminton A ace A serve made by a quick flip of wrist and bird travels in a

Badminton a ace a serve made by a quick flip of wrist

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This refers to a good service but unable to hit or touch with the racket. (badminton) A: ace A serve made by a quick flip of wrist and bird travels in a direct line to the desired spot. (badminton) A: drive serve service is always from the right service court to the opponent's right service court. (table tennis A: first The badminton court is longer for a doubles game. A: false The badminton racket should be A: 9 If the player served when the opponent is not ready, it is considered a A: let Which of the following describes the net of a table tennis table? A: light in texture, stretched across the center of the table and attached to the outside by vertical standards In table tennis, both players change ends once one reaches 15 points. A: false Another name for a shuttlecock. A: bird The net in badminton should be 720mm in depth and at least 6.1m wide. A: false The tennis ball is A: bright yellow The receiver must return the serve on its A: first Players change ends after every even-numbered game. (tennis) A: false The ball resting on the palm of the free hand and toss it around six or more inches in height, letting it
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bounce on the table side of the server before passing by the net and bounce in the receiver's side of the table. (table tennis) A: push shot is delivered by projecting the ball from the free hand and the projection starts from above the playing surface. (table tennis A: service When was the first Badminton association formed? A: 1899 The ____ shot is used rarely but effectively. It is a vicious forward and downward swing. (table tennis) A: smash If the player's freehand touches the playing surface while in play, the point is awarded to the ____. (table tennis) A: opponent shuttles are used for recreational badminton games A: synthetic A student of court tennis who introduced the game "Playing Ball" A: Major walter wingfield Players alternate in serving the ball every other game. (tennis) A: true Balls with worn-off fuzz become A: very light
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