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10 Rules For Badminton In Pakistan That We Hope Never Happen
Dec 11, 2022, 11:10 PM
Badminton is a sport that has been gaining popularity in Pakistan in recent years. However, there are no official rules or regulations governing the sport in the country. This has led to some confusion and chaos during games, with players often not knowing what the rules are. This lack of clarity can be frustrating for players and spectators alike. It can also lead to dangerous situations, as players may not be aware of the proper safety precautions that should be taken while playing. We hope that someday soon there will be official rules and regulations put in place for badminton in Pakistan. In the meantime, we have put together a list of unofficial rules that we hope everyone can agree on. By following these guidelines, we can all enjoy the game without any accidents or injuries. 1. Always warm up before playing. 2. Use proper equipment. Make sure your racket is the correct size and weight, and that the shuttlecock you are using is also of good quality. 3. Be aware of your surroundings. If you are playing near other people, be careful not to hit them with your racket or the shuttlecock. 4. Keep a consistent pace when serving. Serves that are too slow or too fast can be difficult to return. 5. Try to return the shuttlecock to the frontcourt after each shot. This will keep the rally going and make the game more enjoyable for everyone involved. 6. When hitting the shuttlecock, make sure to hit it over the net. Shots that go under the net are considered illegal and will not count. 7. If the shuttlecock hits the floor on your side of the court, you will lose the point. Make sure to keep an eye on where it lands so that you can hit it back over before it touches down again. 8. When returning a shot, make sure not to hit it into the net. If you do, your opponent will automatically win the point.
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