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1 Rules and Regulations of table tennis and badminton By Oliver Jameson
2 BriefThis presentation is about the rules and regulation of two sport, and also the roles of the officials.The sports I have chosen are table tennis and badminton.
3 Rules of BadmintonA match can be played with either 1 or 2 player per each team (singles and doubles).To score a point the shuttle must land inside the parameter of the opponents side of the court.If the shuttle hits the net or lands out side of the opponents side then the point will be awarded to there opponent.Once the shuttle is live, then the players are allowed to move around the court, so they can hit it out of there side of the court.If any part of the players body or racket touches the net then there opponent gets the point.Faults can also be called if a player distracts the opponent in any way, also if the player catchers the shuttle with there racket when throw or if the shuttle is hit twice by a player before it returns it.The ref can call let to pause play if either of the players is not ready, or if an unforeseen accident arose.
4 Regulations of badminton The court must be 6.1m by 13.4m.The net must be 1.55m off of the ground.The serving player must serve diagonally across the court to there opponent. The players will keep changing boxes on there side of the court.In badminton there are no second serves, so if you don’t get your serve right then the opponent wins the point.A serve must be underarm and below the players waist.Each game will start with a toss to decide which player will serve first and which side they will start on.The game is monitored by a ref who is on a high chair, that allows him/her to have an over view of the court.There must also be line judges, who keep track of where the shuttle lands in relation to the tram lines The ref can over rule the line judges if he disagreesThe games only stop of 2 rest periods, one after the first game for 90 seconds, and then again after the second game for 5 minutes.
5 The scoring system of badminton The player that starts is determined by a coin toss.The player that wins the coin toss then starts the game. A rally will then start up and the person that wins that gets a point.To win a game, a player must get to 21 to win, providing that his/her opponent is 2 or more points behind them. If there opponent is with in the 2 points then they will keep playing until one play reaches 30.The match is the decided by a best of three games.
6 Roles and Responsibilities of Badminton The Referee - The Ref is in overall control of the tournament, the ref is there to enforce the rules and regulations of the BWF (Badminton World Federation). The ref is to also make sure that the court is safe and standard.Umpire – the umpire has authority over an individual match and is in charge of the court and its surroundings. The umpire is there to ensure that the match is proceeding within the laws of badminton (any rule and regulation of the BWF). The Umpire makes the calls during a match regarding the faults and lets. He also keeps track of the score and announces when a point is awarded. He must keep a tally of any incidents of misconduct and must inform the ref of them.Line Judge – the line judge is responsible for the service and rally’s, and decides whether the shuttle has land in order and so the pint can be awarded to the correct player
7 Rules of table tennisIf the ball touches the table top then is deemed as in.If the ball touches the side of the table then is deemed as out.A player is not allowed to strike the ball in volley, unless the opponent’s ball leaves the table and I strike the ball in a volley behind the table, in which case the point would be awarded to me.The ball rests freely on the open palm of your hand when serving.The hand holding the ball must he above the level of the table in the serve.The ball should be projected upwards in the serve.When serving the ball should struck when it is falling and from behind the table.When serving, the ball must bounce on your side of the court and then again on your opponents side of the court.
8 Regulations of table tennis The table should be 9ft, by 5ft and it should be 2ft 6in.The table can be made of any material providing that the ball bounces about 23cm, when it is dropped from 30 cm.The playing surface shall be divide by a net. So the table should be equal on both sides.The net should be suspended and supported by two posts, one on either sides. The posts should be clamped to the table.The posts should be 15.25cm high.The net, when its suspended should just clear over the table, and it should only just touch the posts at the side.The weight of the ball must be 2.7 grams. With a diameter of 40mm.The racket must be rigid but can be any shape, size and weight.At least 85% of the blade must be wood.
9 The scoring system of table tennis The winner of the match, is the player who gets to 3-4 games first (with which competition it is).Each games consists of 11 point.For a player to win a game there must be a gap of 2 points between them or the game will keep going until the gap has been reached.The point is awarded to the player that correctly completes the rally (a successful shot).A point is award to a player if there opponent can’t re-turn the ball on the table.If the ball bounces twice in your opponents half of the table then a point will be award to yourself.
10 Roles and Responsibilities of Table tennis Referee – For each tournament a ref is appointed, usually with 1 or more deputies who act on his/her behalf. There must be a ref or one of high deputies present at each match for the hole duration. He/she is there to answer any questions about the rule. He is there to ensure that the competition is conducted by abiding the rules by the laws.Umpire – each match has an umpire. His main purpose is decide the result of each rally. He has the final decision on an question the come up in the match(any shot that land on the edge of the table). He is also responsible for the duration of play. The umpire is obliged to accept an decision called by an of the officials. The umpire should be 2-3 metres from the table(he should be inline with the net at the side of the court).