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Discussion in 'Rules / Tournament Regulation / Officiating' started by unregistered, May 6, 2003.
Erm.. sorry if its a lame q but i really don't know the answer. thx.
o...... ok thx
As far as I have known, you can't. Else, everybody would be doing the same.
Only the receiver shall return the service: should the shuttle touch or be hit by the receiver's partner, it shall be a fault and the servin side scores a point.
U cant... if not y does the ampire ask for the name of the first server n first receiver.
One of the things I managed to pull off in a tournament was when my non-receiving opponent was really crowding the near net line, I nailed him on the head with a quick drive serve. Point to my team.
I normally wouldnt do that but I didn't like my opponents anyway.
nope, i remember playing in a recreational game with friends. It was nearing the end of the day and my partner and i didn't really want to continue the game. So just being plain silly, we sped up the game by recieving each others serve..which is obviously a fault and results in a point to the other team i guess
lol........i guess he wasnt crouching down enough?
Actually, I think he was. In hindsight, it truly wasn't a smart move on my part as he could have easily dodged or it could have gone over his head but since I was so ticked, I wasn't really thinking of that.
What happened was that he got surprised that the shuttle was coming his way, with speed, so he jerked up and got hit on the forehead
lol.......that's why i always crouch down and try to watch out for those nasty shots