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Net fault

Discussion in 'Techniques / Training' started by loweechng, Mar 24, 2009.

  1. loweechng

    loweechng New Member

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    Is there net fault in badminton? Like in pingpong,when you serve, it hit the net but manage to cross opponent service line. And then reserve if such case happend. Is there such thing as reserve in badminton?
     
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    so that means if it did get across the service line, its a replay?

    thanks for the web. =)
     
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    No replay. You ignore that it has hit the net and play as if it hasn't.
     
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    No. It's 'in'. If the receiver doesn't return it, the server scores.

     
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    no, it is not like table-tennis nor tennis. any shot whether is serve or during gameplay that touch net and go over is legal.
    by the way, where do you play using plastic shuttle, i might join :D
     
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    Hmm but i rmb seeing few times in competition, when they serve the shuttles hit the net, and cross over, and they reserve
     
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    I don't think you would have at a professional level. In friendly games, if you fluke one off the net cord in to a corner or something then some people agree to play a let. Most of the time though, you just get on with it and take or leave the point (depending on whether you hit the fluke service or you attempted to receive it).
     
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    Regular play continues if the bird hits the net and continues to go onto the other side.
     
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    Don't think of lawn tennis or table tennis.

    Think of volleyball.

    If the shuttle hits the net but went past it and past the service line, the game is still in play.
     
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    In volleyball, if the serve hits the net, the receiver scores.
     
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    In volleyball, if the serve hits the net and goes over to the opponents' side, it is deemed good and play continues.
    That rule was established in 2000.
     
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    Aye... shows how old I am. Last I played volleyball must have been 1990.
     
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    Haha, it's all good.
     

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