In real badminton, its just winner servers, meaning whoever got the point gets the serve. The other player(s) can still get the point even if they are not serving. The only time where the server is the only one who can get a point is in really really, unprofessional and amateur badminton.
only the server can score points in Badminton games usually go to 15 points
any of the two teams can score though in the olden times only the team which was serving could score points
No, there are multiples times you can score, for example, when the other team serves you have the advantage and can score even though they started out serving.
To win in badminton you can only score a point when it is your teams serve. To score points the other team must miss the birdie or have it hit the ground before they can hit it. Also if they hit the birdie more then once before it crosses the net onto your teams side then its a point for you. I usually play to fifteen points but the amount of points you go to doesn't really matter.
Badminton matches scoring goes up to 21 regardless of whether the game is singles, mixed doubles, mens or womens doubles. However the game can only be won only when the player is two points lead of the other player and a permissable score up till a maximum of 30. 21 points limit can only be disregarded only when trying to attain a 2 points lead. Examples:21-19 is a winning score21-20 not a winning score; but 22-20 is; However30-29 is a winning score22-15 is a non-permissable score; 21-15 is enough to win the match
Andrei Kanchelskis was the only player to score in the Mersyside, Manchester, and Glasgow derbies.
They're all played over a net.
There is only one official in badminton.
There is only one official in Badminton.
Tennis and badminton are actually very different. They don't score the same way. In tennis, it starts with love, 15, 30, 45, deuce or game. You always say your score first, then the opponent's. Love love, fifteen love, thirty love, fourty-five love. Deuce. Add in, add out. Deuce in when both sides have fourty-five (three points) If you play with add (or advantage) then you have to win two more points after reaching deuce. If you don't play with add, then after reaching deuce, you only have to win one more point. In badminton, you play to 21, and you score with normal scoring. 0,0 you would start with, whoever gets the point has a new score of 1. Much less weird :)