Not a service fault if server completely misses

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*** NOT a service fault if server completely misses shuttle. 1. Same player serves as long as he or she is making points. 2. Court in which player serves: Right court - if server’s score is zero or an even number. Left court - if server’s score is an odd number. 3. Server calls out score before each serve. Server calls out their score first.
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( Ex. 8 serving 3 means the serving team is winning 8-3. 3 serving 8 means the serving team is losing 8-3.) 4. Doubles - serving team changes court (left and right) after winning a point or after getting the serve back - receiving team never changes service courts. 5. Doubles - serve to player in diagonal court. That player can only return serve. Fault if other player returns serve (point awarded to serving team). Playing: 1. Fault - if racket touches net. 2. Play continues if shuttle touches net and falls into opponent’s court during play. 3. Lines are part of the court. 4. Shuttle must hit floor when it is out of bounds for a fault to occur. 5. A let is called when any unusual occurrence interferes with play. STRATEGY: 1. Use clears and drop anywhere on court. 2. Avoid hitting a shot to the middle of the court. 3. Use smash when in the front three quarters of the court. 4. Singles - after hitting shot, player should return to center of court. 5. Use clear when opponent is moving toward the net. 6. Try to hit to opponent’s backhand 50-75% of the time.
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  • Fall '12
  • MargaretFanourgakis
  • Left-handedness, Handedness, Tennis shots, shuttle

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