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5 During each game when the leading score reaches 11 points, call “Service over”, where appropriate, followed by the score immediately after the rally scoring the 11th point has ended followed by “Interval”, regardless of applause. 1. During each interval, the service judge, where appointed, shall ensure that the court is mopped during the interval. ], 20 seconds”. Repeat the call. 1) during the first and second game, and in the third game after the players have changed the ends, each side may be joined on the court by not more than two persons..

1. “Top-ranked” shall be defined as “contained in the first 25 places in any of the five BWF ranking lists valid three months before the tournament”. 10. Invitation Tournaments Any tournament or other competitive matches (with or without prize money) limited to players invited according to Regulation 10, which involves a total in the whole tournament of more than three top-ranked players from other Member Associations. 11. 7) intending by its title or promotion to attract an international entry and limiting entries to players over certain age limits.

11. 7) intending by its title or promotion to attract an international entry and limiting entries to players over certain age limits. 12. Exhibition Matches Any programme involving exhibition or demonstration of the game, with or without competition for title or prize money, which involves more than three top-ranked players invited from other Member Associations or in which any player receives a fee of US $1,000 or more. 13. International Matches Any competitive matches between Member Associations.

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