The head referee is actually called the chair umpire. In major tournaments, there are also line judges around the court. Their job is to call a ball if it is out. The chair umpire may overrule the call of any line judge. Also, the chair umpire calls the score after every point.
they make sure the games fine
if the referee tells the player stop the player should do what the referee says
The match referee in badminton is called the umpire. There are 8 other linesmen for making line calls.
To determine who gets the point.The referee of a badminton game ensures fair and unbiased gameplay.to make the game as fair as possibleThe referee is directly in the middle of the court and watches out to see if the players touch the net with their racket or if someone hits it when its on the other players side with their racket over the net or to determine which side the shuttle lands on.
Just one and it's called a referee.
There is only one official in Badminton.
A referee that referee's a reserve game
Usually there are four officials, a referee, two linesmen and a fourth referee to show the time or change in player, or if the referee can not take further part.
Officials and appealsThe referee is in overall charge of the tournament. The umpire, where appointed, is in charge of the match, the court and its immediate surrounds. The umpire shall report to the referee. The service judge shall call service faults made by the server should they occur. A line judge shall indicate whether a shuttle landed 'in' or 'out' on the line or lines assigned. An official's decision is final on all points of fact for which that official is responsible6 officials4 line jugdes1 umpire1 service judge
The Invention of Badminton was claimed by some parties to have happened in China during the 5th century BC originated from a game called 'Ti Jian Zi'.
Usually on electic score boards but if not just on paper.