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Q: In badminton is back gallery allowed at service?
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Is back gallery off in singles game of badminton?

length of back gallery is included but it is not called as back gallery


What is the service area in badminton?

The back of a badminton court is a back boundary line and long service line for singles.


What is the service box in a badminton single game?

The badminton court is split into 8 areas on each side of the court, 4 along the back and 4 closer to the net. The 2 sections in the middle closest to the net are the service areas.


What are the common terms of badminton?

smash alley service back alley rally back court fault balk drop carry drive


In what sport is a birdie hit back and forth across the net?

Also called a shuttlecock, the birdie is used in badminton.


Where did the game of badminton orignate?

badminton manner where the lord came back from India where they played another version of the game


Where did badminton begun?

Badminton began in India, China and ancient Greece back at least 2,000 years ago.


What are the regulations in badminton?

A badminton match is played to the best of three games. A coin toss determines first serve or choice of side. The object of a badminton game is to hit the badminton shuttlecock over thebadminton net and onto the ground within bounds on your opponent's side of the court. A rally canalso be lost by hitting the shuttle into the badminton net, out of bounds, before it crosses the net to your side, or if it strikes your clothing or body rather than your badminton racket.Badminton Scoring FormatsThe modern badminton rules permit two different scoring formats: service and rally. In service play, a badminton game is won by scoring 15 points in doubles and men's singles, or 11 points in women's singles. In rally play, 21 points are needed to win a badminton game.In service play, only the serving team may score a point. If the rally is lost, service passes to the opponent in singles play. In doubles play, except for the first service of a game, each player on a team is permitted to serve at least once before service is lost. In rally play, a point can be awarded to either team, and in most cases, a point is awarded along with resumption of service, except when a rally point is lost by the first member of a serving doubles team.At the conclusion of each badminton game, players or teams must switch sides. If a third game is necessary during a match, sides are switched during that game when a player/team has reached eight points in doubles or men's singles, six points in women's singles, or 11 points in rally play.Badminton Serving RulesAs in tennis, badminton service is always done diagonally, e.g. from the right service court to the opponent's left service court. The first serve is always taken from the right court, and subsequent serves are taken from alternating sides.Line shots in badminton service or rallies are considered in, though court bounds are different for singles and doubles play. The back line is the same for both, but singles badminton is played with the narrower of the two sidelines.A serve that strikes the net and lands in the opponent's court is a let serve and is retaken. During service, players must stand in their respective service courts. The receiving player is not permitted to move his/her feet until the badminton shuttlecock has been struck. The highest part of the serving player's badminton racquet must remain below his/her hand and waistline during service. In other words, only underhanded serves are permitted.


What is the definition of alley in badminton?

The term "alley" is used in doubles and is the 1.5 foot extension on both sides of the court. There is also the "back alley" which is the area between the back boundary line and the long service line also used for doubles.


What is the thing badminton players hit back and foth?

It's called a shuttlecock.


What are rules regulation in badminton?

A Badminton match is played to the best of three games. A coin toss determines first serve or choice of side. The object of a badminton game is to hit the badminton shuttlecock over thebadminton net and onto the ground within bounds on your opponent's side of the court. A rally can also be lost by hitting the shuttle into the badminton net, out of bounds, before it crosses the net to your side, or if it strikes your clothing or body rather than your badminton racket.Badminton Scoring FormatsThe modern badminton rules permit two different scoring formats: service and rally. In service play, a badminton game is won by scoring 15 points in doubles and men's singles, or 11 points in women's singles. In rally play, 21 points are needed to win a badminton game.In service play, only the serving team may score a point. If the rally is lost, service passes to the opponent in singles play. In doubles play, except for the first service of a game, each player on a team is permitted to serve at least once before service is lost. In rally play, a point can be awarded to either team, and in most cases, a point is awarded along with resumption of service, except when a rally point is lost by the first member of a serving doubles team.At the conclusion of each badminton game, players or teams must switch sides. If a third game is necessary during a match, sides are switched during that game when a player/team has reached eight points in doubles or men's singles, six points in women's singles, or 11 points in rally play.Badminton Serving RulesAs in tennis, badminton service is always done diagonally, e.g. from the right service court to the opponent's left service court. The first serve is always taken from the right court, and subsequent serves are taken from alternating sides.Line shots in badminton service or rallies are considered in, though court bounds are different for singles and doubles play. The back line is the same for both, but singles badminton is played with the narrower of the two sidelines.A serve that strikes the net and lands in the opponent's court is a let serve and is retaken. During service, players must stand in their respective service courts. The receiving player is not permitted to move his/her feet until the badminton shuttlecock has been struck. The highest part of the serving player's badminton racquet must remain below his/her hand and waistline during service. In other words, only underhanded serves are permitted.


Why were women not allowed in jury duty in 1930?

because back in tyhose days the law restricted jury service to males only