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LAWS OF BADMINTON According to the official LAWS OF BADMINTON (2012), set by the Badminton World Federation, chapter 9 is applicable: SERVICE. In that chapter, no reference can be found of the fact that a specific time interval needs to be taken into
Law 9. 1. 7 The movement of the server’s racket shall continue forwards from the start of the service (Law 9
What do the official table tennis rules say about a good serve?Why do the service rules keep changing? Find out here. .
In general, I think the grip you use on any of your shots might be a little different depending on whether you're an advanced player or a beginning player. The "choke up" grip shown in that video on volleys looks fine and probably helps beginning ten
There's not going to be anything really governing 'serving hard' as ethical or not ethical. I played volleyball for 6 years, so I eventually had a pretty good serve as well. In PE class, or at parties (4th of July, etc
Link to this interactive To achieve a great serve, the first step is to get the ball above your head in the prime position for hitting it. Perfect your ball toss first and you will find the full serve much easier. Place the ball in your non-racket ha
The serve in tennis can be a difficult shot to learn for beginners, but it is worth persevering with, as once you have mastered how to serve in tennis, it can give you a big advantage over your opponent. It is the only shot that you will play in tenn
Table tennis serving rules have changed over the years. Under the current ITTF rules, the player to serve first is chosen at random, with the winner of the random draw able to choose to serve first or receive first. Sometimes in casual games, the fir
As of now there are very few standardized statistics taken by the ATP or WTA concerning "percentage of sets won by player who served first". However, Professors Franc Klaassen and Jan R. Magnus recently completed research on a number of Wimbledon tou
In my recent question, I received the answer to whether a 1-point penalty was actually applied in official rules. Philip Kendall provided that it was considered impolite conduct and the offending team could lose service and be deducted a point. That