1. The first serve of the game is always made from the right side of the court to the opposite diagonal side. Only the player standing in the proper service court may return the serve.
Keeping this in view, can we do high serve in badminton doubles?
The badminton doubles serve varies from the singles one. In this article, we are going to discuss both low serves and high serves can give us advantages before the rally has even begun. While the serve might not be the most exciting shot of badminton, it’s certainly the most important.
Considering this, what is return in badminton?
When you’re in a position to return serve you’re typically in an offensive position. You’re in an attacking position. You want to keep that shuttle down all the time and keep your opponent in a defensive position. Now, Chibin is going to demonstrate the return of serve stance. … And that’s your Return a Serve position.
Which is the best service in badminton?
1. The High Badminton Serve. This type of serve is usually executed when you want the shuttle to land at the back end of the court. A good high serve must have the shuttle dropping steeply downwards at the back end of the court.
Rule 6: Doubles Play
At the beginning of the game and when the score is even, the server serves from the right service court. When it is odd, the server serves from the left court. The server must hit the shuttle into the opposite service court. In doubles this extends to the outside rectangular space.
As points are won then serving stations move from one side to the other. There are no second serves so if your first serve goes out then your opponent wins the point. A serve must be hit underarm and below the servers waist. No overarm serves are allowed.