Badminton rules illustrated full version
badminton court rules
The badminton court is rectangular, and each line width is 4cm. There shall be no obstacles within 12m above the field and within 4m around the field. The net height in the center of the court is 1.524m, and the net height at the outer sideline is 1.55m. The net column is located in the center of the site on the outer sideline.
the standard badminton court is 13.40 meters long, 6.10 meters wide for doubles and 5.18 meters wide for singles. The line width of each line on the court is 4cm, which shall be measured from the outer edge of the line.
according to international competition regulations, the minimum space over the whole stadium is 9 meters. The walls around the stadium should be dark green and there should be no wind.
the color of the floor shall not be too light or strongly reflective, but can be green or grass green; Do not use too much oil or wax to avoid slipping.
the boundaries of the course should preferably be drawn in white, yellow or other easily identifiable colors.
badminton net rules
The general net column is 1.55m high. The net post must be firmly perpendicular to the ground, and both ends of the net must be tied tightly to the net post.
if the net column cannot be set, other methods must be used to mark the position of the sideline under the net. For example, a thin column or a 40mm wide strip is used to fix it on the sideline and vertically up to the rope at the top of the net.
whether in singles or doubles, the two net posts shall be erected at the midpoint of the sideline of the doubles field.
badminton net rules
The badminton net is 6.10m long and 76cm wide. It is made of high-quality dark natural or man-made fibers. The mesh size is between 15-20mm. The top of the net is folded in half with 75mm white cloth, which is passed through the interlayer with thin steel wire rope or nylon rope and firmly hung between the two net columns
When the score of the server is 0 or even, both players shall serve or receive in their respective right service area.
when the score of the server is an odd number, both players shall serve or receive in their respective left service area.
in case of "rematch", the server shall determine the position based on the total score of both sides in the game. If the total score is singular, both players shall serve or receive service in their respective left service area; If the total score is an even number, both players shall serve or receive service in their respective right service area.
after the ball is sent out, the players of both sides will no longer be limited by the service area, and the players can stand within or outside the boundary of their own field
if the server violates the rules or the ball touches the ground in the server's court and becomes a dead ball, the server will lose the right to serve. Then, the receiving and sending player became the sending player, and neither side scored.
At the beginning of a game, serve from the right tee.
only the receiving and serving player can receive the service; If his partner catches or is touched by the ball, the server gets a point. If the score of the server is 0 or even, the player standing on the right side of the server shall serve, and the player standing on the right side of the receiver shall receive the service; When the score of the server is an odd number, the player standing in the left service area shall serve or receive the service.
when the receiver of any game gets a point, then one of the players of the receiver serves, so exchange the right to serve. Note that the four players on both sides do not need to change their positions when exchanging service rights.
an athlete shall not make a mistake in serving and receiving, or serve twice in the same game.
if the receiving and serving side violates the rules or the ball touches the ground in the receiving and serving side's court and becomes a dead ball, the serving side will get one point, and the original player will continue to serve.
any player who wins a game can serve first in the next game, and any player who loses can receive service first.
after the ball is sent out, the players of both sides will no longer be limited by the service area, and the players can also stand within or outside the boundary of their own field.