Women Doubles

    In the doubles there are two teams, both composed of two players. Third player is on the bench as a possible substitute for either of his/her team-mates.

    The teams are allowed up to three touches – but not two consecutive ones by the same player – before passing the ball onto the other side. In UNIF events, the maximum number of bounces is one for men and two for women and U21 men. In other competitions, the Laws of Futnet allow up to three bounces (according to the decision of the national association). Children, beginners and older players usually use three bounces. The bounces can never be consecutive, there must always be a touch by a player between each bounce. The bounces can never be consecutive, there must always be a touch by a player between each bounce.

     

    The court dimensions are the same as in single, i.e. 9 m x 12.8 m (in the past and in some countries still now they are the same as for triple). The service can be carried out by either of the players of the team which has previously scored a point towards any part of the opponent's service zone.

    World Championships 2017
    Final standings

    1. Czech Republic
    2. Hungary
    3. Switzerland
    4. Romania
    5. Slovakia
    6. Denmark
    7. Iraq
    8. Colombia
    9. Italy
    In general, to score a point in the double is easier than in the triple, therefore the defence play has to be very tactical and often it is necessary to take a risk and move up to the net to try to block the opponent's attack. 

    The double is a spectacular discipline and a fiery fight in a bid to try and “break“ the other team  or  make them commit that fateful mistake. It is the best example of speed, power and individual skill combined and working within a team.

     You can read more about doubles in U21 Men Doubles.

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