If the umpire or a player suspects that someone has an illegal serve, a Service Judge would be brought to the court for the duration of the match. A service judge is simply another umpire who is trained to identify illegal serves. The service judge watches all the servers and calls "fault" upon seeing an illegal serve. Upon hearing the fault call, the umpire reports that a service fault has been called and indicates the next server and the score.
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yes they do they use a chair, pen, watch and eyes
There are 10 line judges, plus a service judge and an umpire.
A line in badminton judges if the birdie is in or out.
The umpire can use her discretion when deciding whether to overrule any call made by a line judge or service judge. The line judges call the shuttlecock "in" or "out," and the service judge calls any service faults committed by the players.
Badminton • Referee - To run the tournament which is taking place • Umpire - To enforce the laws of the game • Service Judge - To determine whether the serve is legal • Line Judge - To decide whether or not the shuttle lands in play
The inning is the term of service in badminton.
There are three types of services in badminton: (a) Short service (b) Long service (c) Receiver in service
It's basically the same thiing as serving in badminton, when one who takes the first shot , is called the service .........
judge who gets a point, if its in or out, if its a fault etc.
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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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there is birdie flick and many more
Anywhere behind the back line.
No. If the service is faulted, the point is given to the other team. You are allowed 1 serve in badminton.
line judge determines if the bird is in or out after it hits the floor.
dick splashThe line judge is there for exactly the same reason as they are in tennis. They're there simply to check to see if the shuttle has landed in or out. The service line judge, however, would be there to see if a foot has crossed the line whilst serving.
The back of a badminton court is a back boundary line and long service line for singles.
during badminton tournaments, there are a total of 6 officials officiating the game: an umpire, a service judge, and 4 linesmen (2 for each side of the court positioned at the baseline) . however, during doubles finals of the tournament, another 2 linesmen are sometimes added (one for each side of the court positioned at the doubles service line).