Rules • A fault is given if a player hits the net with a part of their body or with the racquet and the opponent earns the point. • A fault is also given if a player distracts his opponent on purpose, the shuttlecock is hit more than once or the shuttlecock gets caught in the racquet or hand and is flung. • A let is when the game stops and the last serve is not counted. This serve will then be replayed. This can happen if a server served out of turn, a player was not ready or if the referees or not sure if the shuttle cock landed in or out of the parameters. • These decisions are taken(umpired) by a referee on a high chair. • If the shuttlecock is ‘live’ a player can hit it from outside of the playing area. • A serve must be hit from under the waist.

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