well, when playing badminton, you always serve underarm. If you serve over arm, then you lose the serve.
in badminton you serve from the line closest to the net an you must serve underarm. overarm or not from the line is a foul serve.
In Badminton you serve by throwing the shutle into the air and then hit it under arm
No. If the service is faulted, the point is given to the other team. You are allowed 1 serve in badminton.
A serve which is not returned
No you can serve underhand or overhand it doesnt matter
A serve that can be retaken is called
There are four types of badminton serves: low serve, high serve, flick serve, and drive serve. The angle of these serves can also be varied: straight, wide, or at the receiver. hope this helps :)
the area where you serve is a square
A serve which is not returned.
a serve is were you use a variety of techniques to get the shuttle to the other side.
Basic shots in Badminton are: High Serve, Low Serve, Overhead Clear, Underarm Clear, Net shot, Smash, Drop Shot
No, serves can NEVER be overhead shots in Badminton.You would be best either dropping it to your side and playing it that way, or across your body thrusting the racquet outwards.
when you want a high serve
Assuming you haven't lost the match because of that serve, you will serve next (again).
Yonex is best badminton racket.
inside one square diagonally from the other
badminton is scored in ones. if you loose the point the opposition gets a point. here are some of the ways that you can loose a point: not a diagonal serve, short serve, miss the shuttlecock, out of the court.
backhand overhead forehand serve xoolator
You volley for serve just like volleyball
High serve, lift, forehand smash
stepping over the line. incorrect serve.
because badminton is the best sport in the world
When the serving team loses a point, the serve changes to the opposing team. Each of the players on a team serve alternately when the team has the serve.
there are four main types of serve in badminton;1. forehand high serve (mostly womens singles)2. forehand low serve (mostly mens singles)3. backhand low serve (mostly mens singles/ both sexes doubles and also mixed doubles)4. backhand flick serve (mostly doubles)These are simply guidelines and it is best to master them all and keep changing your service, hence keeping the opponent guessing where the serve will land.