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Wasting Time

Published: 13 Jul 2004 - 18:25 by rippa rit

Updated: 22 Aug 2004 - 18:50

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Play must be continuous.

Wasting time could be considered an attempt to violate the rules and may result in a "Conduct warning". Subsequent warnings may result in a "Conduct stroke" being awarded to the opponent.

Examples of wasting time include:
  • Excessive bouncing of the ball prior to serving,
  • Unnecessarily talking to the referee and continually asking the score and arguing over the points,
  • Faking injuries like falling over and asking for a towel to mop up,
  • Continually tying of shoe laces,
  • Throwing or hitting the ball outside the court on purpose,
  • Delaying play by deliberately walking around the court
  • Not being ready to serve or return the ball, etc.
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