Badminton serve rules introduction


1. Any party is not allowed to illegally delay serving […]

1. Any party is not allowed to illegally delay serving when serving.
2. Both the starting player and the receiving player must stand in the diagonally opposite serve area to serve and receive the serve. The foot cannot touch the boundary of the service area. Both feet must have a part in contact with the ground and must not move until the ball is sent out.
3. The player's racket must hit the ball first, and at the same time, the whole ball should be lower than the waist of the player.
4. At the instant of hitting the ball, the racquet should point downwards, so that the whole platoon is obviously lower than the entire gripping hand of the player;
5. After the serve starts, the player's racket must be continuously waved forward until the ball is issued.
6. The ball sent out must fly over the net. If it is not intercepted, it should fall into the teeing area of the receiving player.
7. Once the players of both sides are in a good position, the first time the player's racket head swings forward, it will serve.
8. The sending player must serve after the receiving player is ready. If the receiving player has attempted to receive the serve, he is considered ready.
9. Once the serve starts, the ball is touched by the player's racket or landing is the end of the serve.
10. In doubles matches, the position of the partner of the sending or receiving player is not limited, but the line of sight of the opposing player or receiving player must not be blocked.