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1). 3 Where a sanction is imposed that affects a player’s participation beyond the jurisdiction of the Member Association concerned, then such sanction shall be notified immediately to the BWF, who shall notify all Member Associations of such sanction. 4 Where sanctions affect a player who comes under the jurisdiction of more than one Member Association, the BWF shall have power to receive representations and to amend such sanctions, if felt necessary. 10. 1 For the purpose of this Regulation on invitations, a player’s Member Association shall be that under whose jurisdiction he or she shall have been an active playing member for the three months immediately preceding the date of the invitation.

The qualifying rounds, if any, count as part of the tournament for these purposes. 4 The draw shall be conducted as follows. 1 When the number of playing units is 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128 or any higher power of 2, they shall meet in pairs in the order drawn, as in Diagram 1 for eight playing units. 2 When the number of playing units is not a power of 2, there shall be byes in the first round. The number of byes shall be equal to the difference between the next higher power of 2 and the number of playing units, (e.

1 The umpire shall always look to the line judge(s) when the shuttle lands close to a line and always when the shuttle lands out, however far. 2 below. 2 “Correction, OUT”, if the shuttle has landed “out”. 3 “Let” when the umpire is also unsighted. 5 During the match, the following situations shall be watched for and dealt with as detailed. 3 respectively. 2 A shuttle invading from an adjacent court shall not automatically be considered a “let”. 2 has not obstructed or distracted the players. 3 A player shouting to a partner who is about to hit the shuttle shall not necessarily be regarded as distracting the opponents.

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