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|Monday - Friday until 5 pm||17|
|Monday - Friday from 5pm & Saturday, Sunday & Holidays||22|
Racket rental CHF 5 per piece, indoor shoes CHF 5 per pair. Indoor sports shoes are compulsory.
|daily||09.00 - 23.00|
|15 April 2021||13.00 - 15.30|
Counting method In badminton, as in tennis or volleyball, the game is played by sets. Since 1 February 2006, the so-called rally point counting method has been used in international IBF competitions. Rally point counting In badminton, as in tennis, the game is played in sets. Each party can score points regardless of the serve. Two winning sets are played to 21 points per set. Break rule: If in a set the leading party reaches 11 points, there is a break of maximum one minute. Between sets there is a break of maximum two minutes each. A party has won a set if it is the first to reach 21 points and has at least 2 points more than the opposing party. At 21:20 the game is extended until one party leads by 2 points or has scored 30 points. A set result of 30:29 is therefore possible. One point is awarded for each rally won. In addition, the party that won the previous rally receives the right to serve. At the beginning of the match, a draw is made to determine who will receive side selection or the first serve. Generally, a badminton ball is tossed up or placed upside down on the edge of the net and dropped. The party to which the point of the ball is pointing gets to choose,
- whether to serve first,
- whether to make the first return, or
- on which half of the court it wants to start (side selection).
After each set, the sides are switched. The party that won the previous set has the right to serve in the following set. If there is a third set, the sides are switched again as soon as one of the two parties has reached 11 points. When choosing a side, it makes sense for tactical reasons to first play on the side with the worse view, because then you are allowed to play on the side that is better again in the final phase of a possible third set. A coach sitting on the court may also give advice to his player between rallies by shouting. However, this must not disturb the opponent and must not happen during an ongoing rally. Playing field The backmost boundary of the playing field is called the baseline. In singles, the court is played between the baseline and the inner sidelines. In doubles, the court is played between the baseline and the outer sidelines. Exception: In doubles, the doubles service line is the rear boundary line of the service court. Style of play The serve is always played as an underhand stroke. The score of a player indicates from which half of the court he has to serve. The serving player always serves from the right service court at the beginning of the game. It is not a fault, either at the start of the game or during the game, if the shuttle touches the net when crossing it or falls onto the boundary of the court. However, it is a fault if the serving or receiving player touches the court lines or the shuttle does not land in the opposite service court. If the serving player has an even score (0, 2, 4, etc.), he must serve from the right half of the court. If the serving player has an odd number of points (1, 3, 5, etc.), he must serve from the left half of the court.
Scoring Each mistake made by the opponent gives one point. You can serve as long as you score, i.e. as long as your opponent makes a mistake. If you make a mistake when you have the right to serve, the right to serve is transferred to the opponent and he receives a point at the same time.
What counts as a fault? In addition to the errors already mentioned, it is also considered an error - if the shuttle falls to the ground outside the court boundaries during the game, is hit through or under the net, does not pass over it, or touches the body or clothing of a player. - if the shuttle cannot be hit back before it touches the floor of the court. - if a player touches the net or its holding device with his racket, body or clothing while the shuttle is still "in play".
How long do you play? A badminton match goes over 2 winning sets to 21 points each. At 20 both, the side that leads by 2 points first wins. At 29-29, the side that scores the next point wins. After the first set, the sides are switched and the party that won the first set gets to start the face-off in the second set. If there is a third and decisive set, the sides are also switched as soon as the first player reaches 11 points.