Now I’d like to say a couple words about the Return a Serve. Basically, you’ll want to have your knees slightly bent with your nondominant leg forward and your dominant arm raised to the level of your eye so that you’re ready to hit the shuttle as quickly as possible.
Correspondingly, how do you serve and return the serve in badminton?
Besides, where do you return after a hit in badminton?
Also known as the base position, the central area of the court where ideally a singles player wants to return after each shot.
Can you serve down in badminton?
A legal serve must be hit diagonally over the net and across the court. A badminton serve must be hit underarm and below the server’s waist height with the racquet shaft pointing downwards, the shuttlecock is not allowed to bounce.
In doubles receiver always try to be more aggressive so a most commonly position for receiving a serve standing as close to the front service line transferring your body weight on to your non racket leg as shown in the picture by bending your knees a little bit extending your racket and no racket arm forward to come as …
How to serve. In badminton, the serve must be hit in an upwards direction, with an underarm hitting action. You are not allowed to play a tennis style serve. The main rule here is that when you hit the shuttle, it must be below your waist.
A badminton match consists of 3 sets (or games). The player(s) who wins 2 sets (or games) will be the winner of the match. However if a player(s) wins the first 2 sets, he/she will be declared the winner of the match. The third set is not needed to be played since the player has already won 2 straight games.
Contact Faults in Badminton. During play, if the player touches the net or the player’s racket hits the net, it is called a fault.
Yes, you can! There is no rule for Badminton that says you cannot play with both hands. During my research, I have yet to find a sport of any kind that doesn’t allow switching of hands. … It’s completely fair if you can play racquet sports with both hands.