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in Badminton during the service if shuttle touches the net but it reach oponent player successfully is it fault

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Yes, it is a service-fault. If it was the first serve, you take your second serve; if it was your second serve, the point is awarded against you in the game.

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no point is awarded

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Q: If you served the ball in tennis and it hit the net and landed in my court is it a fault?
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If you served the ball in tennis and it hit the net and landed in your court is it a fault?

Yes.


What is a fault is tennis?

A "fault" is committed when the server hits the net with the ball or when the ball is hit outside the service court.


What is “a fault” in tennis?

A missed serve is called a fault. When she/ he serve is a fault if the server swings and misses the ball


What sport can a player double- fault in?

A player can double fault in tennis. A double fault occurs when a player does not successfully place the ball in the opposing square on a serve two consecutive times.


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What is a serve that grazes the net in tennis?

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If a DNA test is court ordered and you did not get the notice what happens?

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