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    Default what happens when shuttle hits post *base* and lands in?

    Perfect example in my match from today:


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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HC9sf2jzTGE#t=665

    Does the base count as part of the post? or part of the ground?

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    We discussed this not too long ago - if the post is right on the doubles sideline, it counts as part of the net. If it's farther away (that happens only in settings without a referee), it's a fault.

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    Like your RKEP socks...

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    I've got some with the new 'R' logo on too

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Like your RKEP socks...
    That is eagle-eyes! (and a one-track RKEP mind!)

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    I don't know....maybe visor recently developed a thing for socks/ankles?

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    Point doesn't count, it was out.

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    I watched the video. I can't tell what exactly happened around 11:10. It's either over the net, or not over the net, which is different from the other thread linked here. If it's over the net, then, maybe it matters where the shuttle landed on the pole base before it bounced? I'm no referee...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaki! View Post
    It's either over the net, or not over the net
    If the shuttle is not going over the net, it's a fault (13.3.3) right then and there; the shuttle is out of play, and it doesn't matter at all whether it hits a player, a pole, a racket, the ground, or a spectating mouse.

    Quote Originally Posted by kaki! View Post
    I'm no referee...
    Referees are not be involved here - that is, unless a player is appealing an umpire's decision.

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    Did it go over the net first Amleto? Also the base it hit, was it on the doubles sideline, inside or outside the court? If it was outside the court its a fault. If it is on the doubles line, it would be legit as if the base wasn't there, it would be in. Inside would be fine too. New post regulations mean that they should not be encroaching any part of the court and be situated outside of court boundaries. I think those posts are the old style many leisure centres I work in use.

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