There are many rules in badminton, here are some rules about Badminton tees, I hope it will help you.
The following are the rules of badminton match singles match, when the score of the player is 0 or double, both players should be in their respective right tee area or receive the ball. When the score of the player is a singular number, both players should send or receive the ball in their respective left tee area. The players came on top with the total score of the game. After the ball is sent out, the player is alternately hit by the issuing player and the whistleblower until the ball is lost or is in violation. The catcher is out of the law or lost the ball when the ball touches the ground in the field of the receiving player, and the player has to score a point. The player then sends the ball from another tee.
The issuing player breaks the law or the ball touches the ground in the field of the issuing player to lose the ball, the player loses the right to play, the other side gets a point to get the right to serve. The following are the rules of badminton on the rules of the tee, no one party is allowed to illegally delay the tee, that is, can not delay the tee shot. Both the starter and the receiver must be standing in the diagonal tee area and receiving the ball, the foot can not touch the boundary of the tee area; The racquet of the issuing player must first hit the holder, while the entire ball is lower than the hair’s waist. In the moment of the hit, the bat should point downwards, making the entire racket significantly lower than the player’s entire grip. After the start of the tee, the player’s racket must be waved forward continuously until the ball is sent out.
The ball must fly over the net and, if not intercepted, fall into the receiving player’s tee area. The players on both sides stand in position, and the first time the player’s racket head is waved forward, it starts with the tee shot. The starter must be ready to send the ball, and if the receiver has tried to pick up the ball, it is considered ready. Once the tee starts, the ball is touched or landed by the player’s racket. Doubles match, the player or the player’s companion stand unlimited, but must not block the other player or receiver’s line of sight.