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At the beginning of a game, Red #1 serves to Blue #3. Blue #3 hits it to Red #2, who misses. What happens, who scores, who serves from which service court (right or left)?
Fault is called; no one scores; Blue #3 serves from the right service court.
During a game, Blue #3 serves to Red #2 hits it to Blue #4, Blue #4 hits it to Red #1, Red #1 misses. What happens, who scores, who serves from which service court (right or left)?
Service fault is called and Blue #3 loses the serve; No one scores; Blue #4 serves from the left service court.
If Blue #4 loses her serve, who is the next server and from which service court (right or left)?
Red #1 is the next server from the right service court.
During a game, Red #2 serves from the left service court to Blue #4. Blue #4 misses. What happens, who scores, who serves from which service court (right or left)?
Red team scores a point; Red #2 serves from the right service court.
At the beginning of a game, Blue #3 serves the shuttle into the net. What happens, who scores, who serves from which service court (right or left)?
Fault is called; No one scores; Red #1 serves from the right service court.
What has to be below the server's hand, the racquet or the shuttle?
The racquet
What's the real name of a "do-over" situation (doesn't count, re-serve, no score)?
Let
What happens if the receiving team commits a fault?
The serving team scores a point
A side's turn at serving is ___________.
Inning
The shuttle's real name is ___________.
Shuttlecock
What happens if the shuttle hits the top of the net on a serve?
Nothing is called; it is acceptable as long as the shuttle falls within the legal boundary lines.
Are the lines on the court considered inbounds or out-of-bounds?
Inbounds
A ___________ in Badminton is similar to a spike in Volleyball.
Smash
A ___________ is when the shuttle goes back and forth across the net during play.
Rally
What happens if one of the receivers hits the shuttle against the ceiling?
A fault is called and the serving team scores a point
Is a frame shot good, a let, or a fault?
Good
What's the name for a "fake" -- when you change direction or speed at the last moment?
Deception
A high deep shot sent to your opponent's backcourt is called what?
High Clear
Which trophy is awarded to Badminton's Men's Singles, the Davis Cup, the Uber Cub, or the Thomas Cup?
The Thomas Cup
Which fault in Badminton is similar to a held ball in Volleyball and Boundball?
A carry
How many points does it take to win a doubles game?
Fifteen (15)
A football term used in Badminton to indicate a server lost his serve.
One down
What happens if the server swings and misses the shuttle when trying to serve?
A service fault is called and the player loses the serve.
How many games do you have to win to win a match?
2 out of 3
During the serve, where do you have to hold and hit the shuttle?
Hold and hit the shuttle with one hand below the waist.
Are you allowed to "pull a fake" on a serve? (pretend to serve)
No
What happens if the receiver hits the shuttle into one of the poles holding the net.
The serving team receives a point.
In a doubles game, after the serve can a player hit the shuttle anywhere she wants?
Yes
Who can commit a foot fault?
Both the server and the receiver.
Is "Poona" the town where they think Badminton originated or the original name of the game?
Poona is the original name of the game.