Badminton doubles rules


Badminton doubles rules The start of a game and each ti […]

Badminton doubles rules
The start of a game and each time the right to serve should be served from the right teeing area.
Only the receiving player can receive the serve; if his partner receives the ball or is touched by the ball, the serving party must score one point.
The serve must be alternated from the two teeing areas. After the first player in any game loses the right to serve, the first player receives the serve from the board, then serves by the first player who receives the player, then serves by one of their opponents, and then the other serves. Right to serve.
Athletes must not have the wrong order of serving and the order of receiving the ball, or receive two consecutive serve in the same game.
Any player in a game can serve first in the next game, any player in the negative can receive the serve first, after the return of the self-service ball, the ball is hit by any one of the players, and then any of the receiver. One hits the ball, and so on until the dead ball.
After the return of the volleyball, the athlete can hit the ball from anywhere on the respective side of the net. When the receiver receives an offence or violates the ball or touches the ground in the receiver's field, it is a dead ball. The server has one point and the original player continues to serve. If the server violates the law or if the ball touches the ground in the service area, the player will lose the right to serve. The two players will not score.