7.2 A match is won by the team scoring 21 points first, except in the cases provided for by laws 7.4 and 7.5. The right to serve in a badminton doubles match is as follows: 7.4 If the score is 20-all, the team that has a two-point lead first wins that match. 16.5.1 Only when the shuttle is not in play (Law 15) and until the players have taken and received a position on the service, can a player receive advice during a game. As amended and adopted by BWF May 2021. Historical versions are also available. The laws are a subset of the BWF`s comprehensive handbook (presented as a PDF brochure for simplicity), which also covers all aspects of competition. The laws are also available as a PDF brochure or directly on the BWF website. 13.3.5 interferes with other objects or persons outside the court; (If the structure of the building so requires, the local badminton authority may, subject to the veto power of its member federation, issue a by-law dealing with cases where a shuttle hits an obstacle.) 4.2.2. shall not exceed 280 mm in total length and 220 mm in total width. However, the ropes can extend into an area that would otherwise be the throat, provided that a left-handed serve such as Olympic champion Carolina Marin or world champion Kento Momota brings its own challenges depending on the angle at which the steering wheel arrives. 11.5 No player shall serve or receive offline or receive two consecutive services in the same game, except in the cases provided for by Law 12 or when a fault is alleged to be wrongful. 16.2.2 Not more than 120 seconds shall be permitted in all parts between the first and second parts and between the second and third parts.
(In the case of a televised match, the referee may decide before the match that the intervals are mandatory and of a fixed duration in accordance with Law 16.2.) 1.4. The poles must be 1.55 meters from the surface of the field and remain vertical when the net is stretched in accordance with Law 1.10. Starting point for any badminton match, the badminton service is an art in itself. 7.6 The team that wins a match serves first in the next game. The server in a badminton match is determined by a draw, and the player/team that scores one point becomes the server for the next point. The player who serves first in a game must do so from the right side of the service panel on which he starts the game. 8.1.2. at the end of Part II, if there is to be a third Part; and 10.1.1 Players serve from their respective service locations and receive them if the server has not scored any points or an even number of points in that game.
In each game, the right to serve passes sequentially: 3.1 To test a shuttle, a player must use a complete hit on hand that comes into contact with the shuttle via the rear demarcation line. The shuttle shall be placed at an upward angle and in a direction parallel to the side lines. 1.3. All lines are part of the area they have defined. 12.2 If a service court error is detected, the error will be corrected if the shuttle is not in play and the existing score is standing. 9.1.2 At the end of the backward movement of the server`s club head, any delay in starting the Service (Law 9.2) will be considered an unreasonable delay; 11.1.5 Players may not change their respective service locations until they have earned a point when their site is served. The first team to reach 21 points, with a difference of two points, wins the game and a match consists of three games. The points system dictates that a point is scored when the serving side or receiver side wins the rally. A rally is defined as a series of blows exchanged between the two teams until the steering wheel touches the ground, touches the net or is off the field. For more information on this page ( www.worldbadminton.com/rules ) please contact: 13.4.4 obstruct an opponent, i.e. prevent an opponent from making a legal strike when the shuttle is followed on the network; 9.5 In duplicate, when providing services (Law 9.2, 9.3), partners may occupy positions within their respective courts that do not hide the server or the opposing recipient.
11.1.6 Service shall be effected in each service by the court of service corresponding to the score of the service party, unless otherwise provided by Law 12.