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Sepak Takraw - Faults
During a set in a match, the game continues till any of the teams make a fault. It is considered as fault if −
A player fails to pass the ball to the opponent team within three touches.
The ball hits the ground before being kicked off to the other side.
The ball lands out of bounds.
The inside player plays the ball after the score call before passing it to the server.
The inside players lift their foot, cross the quarter circle, or touch the net during tossing of the ball before the serve.
The server jumps of the ground during a serve.
The server fails to kick the ball once it is tossed by the inside players.
The ball does not goes to the opponent side after serve.
The players use any other part of the body besides the legal ones.
The ball hits the hand or arm of a player.
The players shout during the game.
The player touches the ball at the opponent team side.
Any body part crosses under or over the net.
The player holds the ball under the arm or between the legs.
The ball hits the roof or walls of the court.