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    I want to know how to say in English about the rules of badminton games

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    Sep 23, 2022
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    1. Race process rules
      CHANGE The Server, Alternate in Serving: Change Court: Exchange venue
      CHANGE Service Courts: Swap the left and right hair areas, swap position
      choice of core The venue or serving right
      odd number of points: single score; Even Number of Points: dual score
      order of service: serving order; "love all, play!": "Zero ratio, start the game!"
      "Set 2 Points!": "Two points for another!"; ACE, Service ACE: Sending score
      DEUCE: Inner; OUT (Ball): Outside
      Receiving side: Picking the ball; Second Server: (the double -player of the old rules) second goal
      "service over!" Badminton rules of fouls

      racket! The Wrong-Service Court: The wrong position of the serving station
      short: ((on the serve) short ball; Touch the net: touch net; unclean hit: hitting the ball with a drag action
      double hit: combo; Fault: Fault: ① mistakes ② foul; Faulty service: serving violations
      Foul Hit: fighting foul; Out of posity: stand misplaced; GOOD RETURN: Legal attack
      good service: legal serving; score cancelly: score is invalid
      Extended information:
      1, right service count: Right hairpiece

      The grown -ups of the badminton stadium, when the player's score is 0 or dual -numbers, both the athletes of both sides should serve or serve or serve or send it or send it. Pick up.
      2, left service count: When the left play zone
      In one game, when the player's score is single, both the athletes of the two sides should serve or pick up the kick in their respective left. ...
      3, Choice of Court Ends or Service: Select the venue or serve right
      Before the start of the game, the two sides need to determine the venue selection or serve right.
      4, Good Return: Legally fight back
      After the opponent served or returned, the athletes must hit the ball to make the ball directly or bypass the ball network device. Or touch the network device, then touch the opponent's platform. Anyone who belongs to the above is legally returned.
      5, Alternate Courts: Exchange the serve area
      The athletes only exchange the serve area only when scoring at this side. In addition, the athletes continue to stand in the last round of the original ball zone to ensure that the athletes are alternating.
      6, deception: Fake action
      This to cover up your true purpose through false actions and achieve the effect of blinding your opponent's eyes. As a more commonly used technique and tactics.
      7, Change Court: Exchange venue
      The following situations, the athletes should exchange the field: the end of the first game; the end of the second game (if there is a third game); in the third game, one party first gets first. 11 hours.
      If the athletes do not exchange the venue in accordance with the rules 8.1, once discovered. Exchange immediately when the dead ball. The score has been valid.

    2. Racket Head Above the Hand: The upper edge of the frame is higher than the hand (serving foul).
      Serving ABove the Waist: Sending higher than the waist (serving foul).
      Serve from the Wrong-Service Court: The wrong position of the serve station.
      Short: (when serving) short ball; Touch the net: touch net; unclean hit: hitting the ball with a drag action.
      double hit: combo; fault: ① mistakes ② foul; faulty service: serve illegal.
      Foul Hit: Foul foul; Out of Position: Stand misplaced; Good Return: Legal attack.
      good service: legal serve; Score Cancelled: The score is invalid.
      Sentences:
      1. When both sides are 29 points, they first scored 30 points to win the game; when the two sides are 29 points, the first 5 points to win the game.
      2, the winner of a game takes the lead in the next game; The Winning Side of a Game is the First To Serve in the Next Game.
      3. When both sides are 20 points, the one who leads the opponent's 2 points won the game; when the two sides are 20 points, 2 points ahead of the other side to win the game.
      4. In each round, the winning party adds 1 point; in Each Round, The Winning Sideand1 Points.
      Extension information
      1, good return: Legal returned
      After the opponent served or returned, the player must hit the ball to directly pass or bypass the ball network device. Or touch the network device, then touch the opponent's platform. Anyone who belongs to the above is legally returned.
      2, Alternate Courts: Exchange the serve area
      The athletes only exchange the serve area only when scoring at this side. In addition, the athletes continue to stand in the last round of the original ball zone to ensure that the athletes are alternating.
      3, deception: Fake action
      This to cover up your true purpose through false actions and achieve the effect of blinding your opponent's eyes. As a more commonly used technique and tactics.
      Fitness Note:
      1. The tension (tightness) of lowering badminton racket strings: In a certain high pound range, a loose ball strings can provide a larger line bed effect, which can hit the speed of speed Fast and more powerful balls, at the same time, less vibrations are passed.
      2. Select a greater shot of the sweet area: The so -called sweet area is the best hit area on the racket surface. When hitting the ball, you can give you enough play power, ball control, and vibration, and you will feel very comfortable. The sweet area of ​​the racket is large, and it is less likely to hit the non -sweet area when hitting the ball, so there are fewer opportunities to vibrate, and there are fewer opportunities for injuries.
      3. Check the size of the handle: If the grip of the racket is too small, when the ball does not reach the sweet area, the torque of the racket will be greater, and the greater the damage of the arm. If you grip too much, you do n’t grab the racket with your palms, which is easy to get fatigue.
      The appropriate size should be that there is about 5-8mm gap between the ring finger and the big fish muscle when the hands are shot.
      4. Check the hardness of the racket: The racket with a large hardness of the shot requires players to send greater efforts when hitting the ball, so that the arms are more susceptible to fatigue and more easily injured.
      The racket with small hardness, players can hit more powerful balls without the need for too much power, reducing the fatigue of the arm. The average hardness of the badminton racing rod has been greatly reduced compared to previous years. Of course, the softer shooting pole is a little controllable for the direction of the ball.
      5. Pay attention to whether the pose of the ball is correct: the incorrect pose of the ball is an important cause of injury.
      Reference information Source: Baidu Encyclopedia-Badminton

    3. Haha, you need to talk about rules in detail. I helped you find some, you have time to see it yourself.

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      1 (a) The count shall be a rectangle and laid out as in the follow diagram a (Except in the case provided for in paragraph 1 (d) of this law) To the theRe Shown, and shall be defined by white or Yellow Lines or, if this is not postible, by Other Easily Lines 40mm (1/2 Inches) wide.

      1 (b) to show they Zone in Which A Shuttle of Correct Pace Lands When Tested (See Law 4 (D)), An Four Marks 40mm by 40mm (1/2 Inches by 1/2 Inches) May Be Made as Follows:

      -inter-.Side Each Side Line for Singles of the Right Service Court, 530mm (L Foot 9 Inches) and 990mm (3 Feet 3 Inches) from the Back Boundary Line. Their width shall be without, I.E., The Marks will be from 530mm to 570mm (1 foot 9 inches to 1 foot 10 1/2 Inches) and the from 950mm to 990mm ) From the Outside of the Back Boundary Line.

      1 (I) The Width 40mm (1/2 Inches) of the Center Lines Shall Be Equally Divid Ed BetWeen The Right and LEFT Service Courts.

      1 (c) (II) The Width 40mm (1/2 Inches) of Each of the Short Service LineS Long Services 3.960 Metres (13 Feet) Given as the length of the service count.

      1 (c) (III) The Width 40mm (1/2 Inches) of All Other Lines Shall Fall Within. rnrn1(d) Where space does not permit the marking out of a court for doubles, a court may be marked out for singles only, as shown in Diagram B. The back boundary lines become also the long service lines , and the posts, or the strips of material them as referred to in Law 2, shall be placed on the side lines.rnrn二Posts and NetrnThe Postsrnr nThe posts shall be 1.55 metres (5 feet 1 inch) in height from the surface of the court. They shall be firm to keep the net strained as provided in Law 3,and shall be placed on the side boundary lines of the court. Where This is not, some method must be emblayed for the public Dary Line WHERE It Passes Under the Net, E.G., By Use of a Thin Post or Strips of Material, not less than 40mm (1/2 inches) in width this is in use on a court marked for doubles it shall be placed on the side boundary line of the doubles court of whether singles or doubles are being played.rnrnThe NetrnrnThe net Shall Be Made of Fineral Cord of Fibre of a Dark Column and Even Thickness and Not Less THAN 15mm (5/8 Inch) and not more than 20mm (3/4 inch). and shall be 760 (2 Feet 6 Inches) in depth. BE EDGED with A 75mm (3 Inches) White Tape Double and Support by Cord or CABLE RUN Through the Tape and Strained Over and Flush Top of the Posts. R nthe Shuttle May Be Made from FROM natural, synthetic or other proct or any of those . The feel on the racket and the flight , generally, should be similar to those proced by the natural feathered shuttle, which has a cork base covered by a thin layer of leather.r n
      4.having regard to the:

      4 (A) General Design4 (A) (I) The Shuttle Shall Have 14 to 16 Feathers fixed in the base.

      4 (a) (ii) the featurers can have a variable length from 64mm to 70mm (2 1/2 inches to 2 3/4 inches), but in each shuttle the same length when tip tip tip tip tip tip tip tip tip. TOP of the Base.

      4 (a) (III) The tips of the featurers shall form a city a diameter within a range of 58mm to 68mm (2 1/4 Inches to 2 5/8 Inches. ).
      r r (a) (IV) The featurers shatened firmly with thread or Other Suate Material.
      4 (a) (v) The base shall be: r. n
      -25mm to 28mm (1 inch to 1/8 Inches) in Diameter

      -rounded on the bottom.
      4 (b) weight r. n
      The Shuttle Shall Weight FROM 4.74 to 5.50 Grams (73 to 85 Grains).

      4 (c) Non-Featherd Shutter
      4 (c) (I) The Skirt, or of Feathers in Synthetic or Other Materials, Replaces Natual Feather.

      4 (c) (II) The base is descripard in paragraph 4 (A) (v).
      4 (c) (III) shall be the aS in paragraph 4 (a) (i)-(IV). However, becaue of the in the specification gravity and behavior of synthetic and materials in with feathers, a variation of up to 10 percent in the station is. (d) Pace and FlightA shuttle shall be deemed to be of correct pace when it is hit by a player with a full underhand stroke from a spot above one back boundary line in a direction parallel to the sidelines and at an upward angle, to fall Not less than 530mm (1 foot 9 inches) and not more than 990mm (3 feet 3 inches) short of the other back boundary line.
      4 (e) Subject to the ge , Pace and Flight of the Shuttle, in the Above May Be Made with the Approval of the National ConcericEd:

      4 (I) (i) places where e either to altitude or climate make the standard shuttle ; orrnrn4(e)(ii) if specific exist which make it otherwise necessary in the interests of the game.rnr n四Game Rules:The Racketrn4(f)(i) The hitting surface of the racket shall be flat and consist of a pattern of crossed strings connected to a frame and or bonded where they cross - and the stringing pattern shall Be ge factly uniform and, in, not less dense in the heartre than in any other area.

      4 (f) (II) the frame of the racket, influding the handle, shall not exceed 680mm (2680mm (2680mm (2 /4 Inches) in Overall LENGTH and 230mm (9 1/16 Inches) in Overall Width.

      4 (f) (III) The overall length of the head shall not exceed 290mm ).

      4 (f) (IV) The Strung Surface Area Shall Not Exceed 280mm (11 Inches) in Overall Length and 220mm (8 5/8 Inches) in Overall Width. n4 (f) (v) the frame, including the handle, and the strings shall be free of attached objects and, other than the those util ized solely and to limit or prevent wear and tear, or vibration, or to weight, or to secure the handle by cord to the playerˇs hand, and which are in size and placement for such purposes; and shall be free of any device which makes it possible for a player to change the shape of the racket.rnrnThe Badminton shall rule on the question of whether any racket or prototype complies with the above or is otherwise approved or not approved for play. Such ruling may be on its own or upon by any party with a bona fide interest therein, including any player, equipment or National or member thereof.rnrn五The Players,Tossing

    4. 1.21 points, 3 innings and 2 wins are better
      2. Each goal score
      3. In each round, the winning party adds 1 point
      4. When both sides are 20 points, the opponent leads 2 The part of the division won the game of the game
      5. When both sides were 29 points, the party who scored 30 points first won the game
      6. .21 POINTS System, 2 3 Wins for Better
      2. Each-Serve-A-Point Rule

      3. In Each Round, The Winning Side and 1 POINTS
      4. WHEN The TWO Sides are 20 points, 2 points ahead of the other side to win the game
      5. When the two sides are 29 points, the first 5 points to win the game
      6. first to server in the next game

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