How Badminton is Played: The Ultimate Guide.
Winning a Game of Badminton England Rules As a general rule, the first player to reach a score of 21 wins a set in the game. If scores are tied at 20-20, the winner is the first player to get ahead by two clear points. The next point decides the winner of the set if the points are still tied at 29-29.
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For Men's singles and doubles, whoever reaches 15 wins the game. For women's singles, a score of 11 wins.
A badminton game is now played up to 21 points, and a point can be scored from every rally, irregardless of who is serving. Under the old system a point could only be scored by the player holding the serve. If the score reaches 20-20 then a two-point advantage is required for victory, however.
A team wins the match when they win two out of three games. The court is a 44-foot-long rectangle with a net at the midpoint. It should be 20 feet wide for doubles and 17 feet wide for singles.
A match is the best of three games. The winner of each game is the first player(s) to reach 21, by two clear points. At 20-all, the side which scores two consecutive points shall win that game. At 29-all, the side scoring the 30th point shall win that game. A point is scored by winning a rally.
A game of Badminton is the first to 21 points with a clear two-point lead. This means if it’s 20-20 then to win you have to be two points ahead of the other player. This can carry on all the way up to 29-29 and at that point, the player who wins the next point and reaches 30 is the winner. In a full match, you play the best of three games to 21.