Monday Evening Badminton!
This is a regular game and anyone is welcome to play. Our core group is competitive and I can arrange an easier session if you request it.
When you are delivering a service, be aware of the possible badminton fouls and try to avoid it.
Service faults often happen when you perform the low serve.
It’s even more commonly committed when you perform the low serve and flick serve in a doubles game. This is because players will try very hard to make their serve pass right above the net. It may sound simple but it’s definitely not an easy task for short players.
To avoid a service fault when serving:
The shuttle must be struck from below your waist (lowest rib bone).
Your racket head must be pointing at a downward direction when you hit the shuttle.
Your racket must swing in an upward direction.
Sometimes it is difficult to detect whether a player obeyed the 3 conditions above. However there is an unofficial way to determine whether a service fault is committed.
If your serve is legal, there is NO way that you can hit a low serve that looks like a drive… unless your waist line is as high as the top of the net!
4. Receiver Fault This one’s pretty straight forward.
When receiving a serve from your opponent, you cannot move your feet away from where you’re standing.
Otherwise it’s a receiver’s fault. You can only move after your opponent has hit the shuttlecock.
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