the maximum score of badminton is 25
To keep score.
Score means the points made by you and your opponent.
the maximum score of badminton is 21 but depend on the score for example the score is 21-20 that dosen't count unless it is 22-20 so make sure the score for the leading player is leading by 2 point.
a way to score is if the opponents miss the birdie and it hits the ground
Keeps score - and enforces the rules of the game.
only the server can score points in Badminton games usually go to 15 points
Setting' in badminton becomes an option when, in a game to 15 points, the score reaches 13-13. If the players choose to 'set,' then the score is wiped to 0-0, and the first person to score five points wins.
Keeping score. Measuring out the playing area.
counting the score. It goes up to 21
when the opponent hits out or when the shuttle falls inside their half.
The rule of the scorer is to keep check of the score.
if it is on the last line of server it is outside and of course both right side or left side of the badminton court....
any of the two teams can score though in the olden times only the team which was serving could score points
No, there are multiples times you can score, for example, when the other team serves you have the advantage and can score even though they started out serving.
they stand on the sides and the referee ads up the score
If you served, and it lands on the ground - or whatever surface you are playing on - on your opponents side, you score. If you did not start the serve, you don't get the point.
Either your opponent hits the shuttle outside the court, or the shuttle hits the floor on your opponents side of the court.
Badminton is very much like Tennis in that you score by simply having the birdie hit the ground on the other player's side of the field before he or she can hit it back. The main difference is that while Tennis is scored by 15 -> 30 -> 40 -> game, Badminton is most typically scored in incriments of 1.
the first one to score 11 points wins.