the team who hit it loses their turn and the other team scores a point, then serves
It is in.
a serve is were you use a variety of techniques to get the shuttle to the other side.
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
Hit the shuttle cock in between the first service line and the net.
That whenever you hit the shuttle cock out or it hits the net your opponent gets a point, and there is no second serve
hit the shuttle over the net so that it lands in your opponent's court. You can hit the shuttle fast, slow, high, flat or low. You can smash it with maximum power or use the most delicate touch shots. A rally is started when the shuttle is returned. Each rally begins with a stroke known as the serve. This gets the shuttle into play, and from then on you will be engaged in a battle to outwit your opponent by using strokes which aim to increase your chances of winning that rally.
i think you are trying to say waist. The answer should be, the racket and the shuttercock should be serve below the waist.
Any one player tosses the shuttle and a rally is held, the winner of the rally decides if he wants to serve or a court.
there are three basic skills:-correct gripping of your racket-serve-A good forehand overhead stroke is formed upon a good overhead throwing movement.
well, when playing badminton, you always serve underarm. If you serve over arm, then you lose the serve.
In Badminton you serve by throwing the shutle into the air and then hit it under arm
in badminton you serve from the line closest to the net an you must serve underarm. overarm or not from the line is a foul serve.