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Basic rules and regulations

  1. 1. BASIC RULES AND REGULATIONS The official rules of the game follow the International Badminton Association (IBF) or Badminton World Federation (BWF)
  2. 2. TOSSING FOR SERVE – Before a match begins, opponents can toss a coin, spin a racket, or toss a shuttle to determine who shall get the choice of “serve” or “side”
  3. 3. SCORING – The rally point system is used in scoring the badminton game which means, any fault committed by the serving or receiving team gains point.
  4. 4. Types of Scoring Love – designates score of zero Love-All – is called when both opponents or teams have a score of zero In Side – is called for the serving player or team Out Side – is called for the receiving player or team Game Point – is the point that a server won which results to the server winning the match
  5. 5. According to IBF All double games, as well as men’s singles, are played to 15 points, a women’s single game ends at 11 points.
  6. 6. 21 point scoring system • The Badminton 21 points scoring system started in the Thomas / Uber Cup 2006. -A match consists of best of 3 games. -The side that first scored 21 points shall win. -The side winning a rally shall add 1 point to its score. -If a score becomes 20-20, the side which scores 2 consecutive points shall win that game. -If the score becomes 29-29, the side that scores the 30th point shall win that game. -The side winning a game serves first in the next game. -When one side reaches 11 points, both players get a 60 second break. -Both sides get a 2-minute break between first and second games, and another 2-minute break between second and third game. -Other rules shall remain the same.
  7. 7. Additional knowledge • The 21 Point Scoring System was implemented by the BWF (Badminton World Federation) • The BWF is the international governing body for the sport of badminton. Founded in 1934 as IBF. • On September 24, 2006, at the Extraordinary General Meeting in Madrid, it was decided to adopt the name Badminton World Federation.
  8. 8. BWF Information • Headquarters: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia • President: Poul-Erik Hayer Larsen (2012-now) • The BWF works in cooperation with regional governing bodies to promote and develop the sport of badminton around the world, they are:
  9. 9. Service Rotation (Singles) 1.) When a player serves, their racket must be below their waist, and the racket head below their hand. The server must also have both feet stationary and firmly planted on the ground. 2.) In singles play the players shall stand diagonally from each other in opposite service courts, and you may not touch any part of the boundary lines with your feet. 3.) In singles play the player that wins the first game shall serve first in the second game.
  10. 10. • Player A from team 1 serves from the right hand side of their court to the opposite side of the court to team 2. • If team 1 wins the rally then he/she shall continue to serve, this time from the left hand side of the court across diagonally to team 2. • Player A continues to serve alternating sides until he/she loses the point, at this time team 2 gets to serve. • Whoever is on the right hand side of the court when team 2 wins the rally shall serve first. • They continue to serve, alternating sides until they lose the rally, at this time the serve is given to their partner on team 2. • When team 2 loses the rally again the serve is then given back to team 1, where the next player takes their turn serving, and then the whole process repeats itself.
  11. 11. Service Rotation (Doubles) • Player A from Team 1 serves from the right hand side of his/her court (diagram 1). • If he/she wins the point, then Player A serves from the left side of his/her court (diagram 2) • Player A continues alternating sides until he/she loses the service, after which, Player B from Team 2 gets the serve.
  12. 12. • Whoever is on the right side of Team 2’s court when they obtain the serve, serves first (diagram 3). • This person continues serving in the same fashion as the earlier servers (alternating left and right sides). This player, Player B, continues serving until he/she loses the service (diagram 4).
  13. 13. • After Player B is done serving, Player C from Team 2 begins their serve (diagram 5). • After Player C loses the serve, Team 2 gives up the serve back to Team 1, where Player D begins to take his/her turn serving (diagram 6). After Player D ends their turn serving, the serve returns to PlayerA and the whole process repeats itself.
  14. 14. Faults • A team that violates the rules is charged with a fault. If the serving team faults, a side-out results (loss of serve), if the receiving team faults, points points for the serving team. • It is fault (lost of service “hand out” for the serving or loss of point for the receiving side) when: • Service is illegal (not correct); • If the server, in attempt to serve, misses the shuttle; • If on a serve, the shuttle is caught or on the net, either before or after passing over the net; • If in play, the shuttle lands outside the boundaries of the court, passes through under the net, touches the roof, touches a player or dress layer, touches any object or person outside the immediate surroundings of the court, is caught and held on the racket during a stroke.
  15. 15. • If the initial point of contact with the shuttle is not on the striker’s side of the net. • If the shuttle is in play, a player touches the net or its support with racket or body, except on follow through. • If during a game a player deliberately distracts an opponent by action, such as shouting or making gestures. • If a player is guilty of flagrant or repeated misconduct violations, such as deliberately causing a suspension of play, interfering with the speed of the shuttle, or behaving in an offensive manner.
  16. 16. LETS When lets occurs, players who served serves again. The following are considered lets: • A shuttle or player from an adjacent court enroaches, thus, interfering with play or concentration. • A shuttle, after passing over the net, becomes caught in or on the net except during service; • A shuttle hits an obstruction that hangs over the court and is lower than the recommended 24-foot ceiling height; • During service, the receiver and server both fault at the same time; • The server serves before the receiver is ready, and • A line judge is unsighted and the umpire is unable to make decisions.
  17. 17. Badminton Footworks