A loss of serve
If it is an even number, (which, in the beginning, it will be,) you serve from the right. If it is an odd number, you serve from the left. The same person keeps serving until they break their rally.
A loss of serve
when it's your serve, you serve from the left if your score is odd and from the right if even. So it will start on the right and the first person to get the first point will then serve on the left because they have got one.
a serve is were you use a variety of techniques to get the shuttle to the other side.
The last person who won the point always serves next.
You need to start on the right side of the badminton court because in your first serve, you are serving evens. (0) For evens (0,2,4,6,8) you stand on the right side of the court to serve and for odds (1,3,5,7,9) you stand on the left side of the court to serve.
back left or right depending on which side the opponent is
If you want to abide by the rules of badminton, you do a thing first called "the toss". This means you toss a coin and the winner or winning side gets to choose to serve first or not serve first; or choose which end to play on. The losing side then has a choice of the remaining alternatives.
An "ace" happens on a serve where you hit the birdie to the opponents side and they miss. This is an "ace".
During the main part of a badminton doubles rally, every part of the court is in. However, the serve must fall into the 'short and fat' area diagonally opposite the server. The side tramlines are in, but the rear tramlines are out during the serve.
If you served, and it lands on the ground - or whatever surface you are playing on - on your opponents side, you score. If you did not start the serve, you don't get the point.
when defending in badminton players usually play side by side when attacking players play front and back
The server switches boxes on his or her side of the court, only after they score during their serve, after a game is complete and when one side reaches 8 points in a third game.
A badminton court has 2 big square box. the right hand side is always count in Even Number (0, 2, 4, 6....) and the left hand side is Odd Number (1, 3,5, 7....). So when the score is 0 , the first server should stand at right hand side, if the score is 1 then server should be stand on left hand side. this rules applied for both single and double players.
if it is on the last line of server it is outside and of course both right side or left side of the badminton court....
In Singles.. During any part of the game the side tramlines are out and while serving you must serve either in the box or the back tramlines.
To the side of the court.
i play badminton at high standard so here it goes, In a singles match the side tramlines are always out even after the serve. If you have served and you won the point you serve again in the other box on your side of the court, if your score is an even number (including 0) the you serve in the box on your right, if your score is odd you serve on the left. (the boxes in the four corners of the court are out in singles) For singles you want to make your opponen move round the court alot, however dont do too much cross-court shots as the side tramlines are out. It is safer to make your opponent run back and forward. For example, if you serve right to the back of the court, he then has to run back to play his shot. The chances are this shot is not going to be a good one so it will most likely drop on your side in front of the net. The best thing to do then is to play a net shot gently over the net so that he has to run forward to get to it, if this shot just about goes over the net, simply send him to the back of the court! Hope this helps!! From Qwerty-man
A badminton game is scored by hitting the birdie to the other side of the net.
Badminton posts are the posts on either side of the court that hold the net up.
A toss coin is held to decide which side of the court is given to which player. But, the player loses the opportunity to serve first. The player who wins the toss gets to decide which side of the court he/she wants. But the other player gets to serve first in turn.
from left side on words we can serve
In badminton all of the 6 officials all sit on the side and have a wank or bum each other