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    While serving, shuttle landed correctly in opposite court but touched top of the net. Will that be counted as fault? Thanks in advance.

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    No, it's not a fault.

    I've even heard that the Chinese doubles players practise doing this!

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    Thank you for the reply.

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    No, it's not a fault.

    I've even heard that the Chinese doubles players practise doing this!
    Yep - there's no "second service" in badminton - if it goes over the net and lands in, it's a legal serve.

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    you can use the string card board with 2 clips. Put it at the middle of the net and serve against it. Should come close to the net.

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