If you are playing a point and you hit a shot that hits the next and lands on your opponent's side it's your point. If you are serving and the ball hits the next and goes into the service box it's a let and you take another serve for the serve that just hit the net. If your serve hits the net and lands out of the service box it is a fault.
Yes, as long as it makes it over the net. It's allowed to touch the tape at the top of the net and then trickle down. Those are actually some of the hardest serves to return.
Hitting the top of the net with the shuttle does not cause it to be a " fault"
There are no 'faults' in tabletennis. If you miss the first serve, you lose the point. However, having said that, if you serve a "let" - where the ball plays truly on each side of the net, but touches the net in its travels across the net, you are permitted to retake your serve to make it a 'clean' serve that does not touch the net.
Do you mean "let"? If so, a let is when a serve touches/nicks the net AND lands in on a player's serve. People call "let" so the server knows their serve hit the net. If a server hits a let, they get to redo their serve.
Let. A let is a service where the ball touches the net and lands in the legal area where the serve is supposed to land.
ok well you usually have a first serve and a second serve. if your first serve touches the net, but goes in the service box, this is called a LET. you get to take your 2 serves again. if you touch the net on a second serve, you get only ONE serve redo.
in badminton during the service if shuttle touches the net but it reach oponent player successfully is it fault
A let is a service where the ball touches the net and lands in the correct service court of the opponent. The service is invalid and done over but there is no penalty. A player may serve an unlimited number of lets without penalty. A service that touches the net and lands in the server's court is called a fault.
Let serve is where it hits net but still lands in play and you get to re-take the serve. A net serve is where it hits the net and doesn't go over all lands out of play.
It's good! when the player hits the shuttle touches the net and continues to the service area. If it is a service it is a fault, If it is during the rally if the oppenent does not attempt it is a point for the hitter.
when you are hitting a ball,and you hit the net or hit it out of bounds that is called a hitting error.
Although there are different times when the ball touches the top of the net, the call is all the same. During a serve, hit, pass, set, or any other motion, if the ball hits the top of the net and rolls over to the opposing side, there is no whistle and the play is playable. If the ball hits the top and doesnt reach the other side, the point goes to the opposing team and they get a chance to serve.