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If you are just playing with a friend, the best way to determine who serves first is to "lag".

In USRA-sanctioned tournaments, there is a referee for every match. The referee uses whatever method they want, though in almost every case they will write either a 1 or 2 on a piece of paper and ask one of the players/teams to guess the number. If the player/team gets it right, they choose whether to serve first or not. If they get it wrong, the choice goes to the other player/team.

In the second game (USRA matches are played best-of-3), the player/team which received first in the first game gets first service. If a third game is played, the player/team which scored the most points in the first two games gets first service.

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In order to decide who will serve first in a tennis match, you or your opponent must spin the racket. now look at the butt of the racket. if you have a wilson, the options are w, or m. if you have a prince, it will be p or d. babolat is up or down, depending where the stripes are. you can do this with any racket. if you are spinning the racket, ask your opponent what s/he wants to call. which option? if the racket spins and stops on your opponents choice, they get to decide whether they will recieve, or serve. if the option they chose is wrong, you get to choose to receive or to serve.

If you want to abide by the rules of Badminton, you do a thing first called "the toss". This means you toss a coin and the winner or winning side gets to choose to serve first or not serve first; or choose which end to play on. The losing side then has a choice of the remaining alternatives.

the umpire tosses the coin to see whether who serves first.

The home team will be determined by the spin of a racquet.

Either you could flip a coin or decide it between you and your opponent.

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