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 maximum score of badminton is 25
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.
In the previous 15 point format you have to serve and then win that point to get a point added to your score Now in the 21 point format every time you win a particular point your score is added.
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.
To keep score.
To score a point by hitting the shuttlecock over the net in such a way that the opponent is unable to return it
1 unless you score the following point, if not the opposite person serves.
In real badminton, its just winner servers, meaning whoever got the point gets the serve. The other player(s) can still get the point even if they are not serving. The only time where the server is the only one who can get a point is in really really, unprofessional and amateur badminton.
Score means the points made by you and your opponent.