Its nature is very basic and represents a fast counter-attack. Various rules govern players and how to serve correctly. This is a great technique if your opponent is positioned near the back line. Please pay special attention to and your grip because the mastery of these two is essential to prevent injuries. Backhand Drop Shot It is not easy to play a backhand overhead drop shot. This is hard because you want to send it to the back of the court on your back hand without giving away what you plan to do.
Your preparation must look the same as a clear or smash: turn side-on and get your racket back, so that you look like you can hit the shuttle hard. I love the drop shot because there are so many variants! All shots in badminton can be classified broadly into either offensive or defensive shots. The second drill I want to talk about requires a feeder to feed multiple shuttles. While playing in a match though the main disadvantage is if the player you are challenging is quick enough to get the drop shot and get a good angle which then it can be i … mpossible to return the shot sometimes and then if the player retrieves the drop shot and the player returns the drop shot return the player who does the drop is very vulnerable for the next return. Serves: First there is the simple lift to the back of the court. Drop shots and clears are two fundamental strokes in badminton and it requires dedicated practice to master them.
Then trust me, folks, its hard without some tricky Drop shots. The aim is to deliver a flat and fast drive to get the shuttle behind your opponent causing them to make a weak return. They simply touch the shuttle with the racket. If you already know how to play badminton but want to elevate your game, you will have to find a way to maximize your strengths and exploit your opponent's weaknesses. This drill is great for working on your overhead swings. You ideally want to aim for spots furthest from your opponent, but another tactic is to aim it towards his upper torso, making it hard for him to defend.
It is also good for preparing for the next shot. Point your free hand at the shuttle to keep track of its path, and then swing the racket over your head, hitting the center of the birdie and smashing it down into the opponent's court. You need to bring your racquet over your head but unlike other shot you will continue in a downwards motion at speed with the aim of making the shuttlecock hit the floor on the other side of the net. To control them more accurately, use your fingers to send them where you want. This is … more difficult than the clear because it takes a bit more power and skill.
Have the non-racket arm in front of the body and the racket hand should be up behind the head. You should also always try to hit the shuffle toward the back line on your opponent's court, which will make it harder for them to return. Hitting with a tapping or flicking action Many players use a sharp tapping action to hit the shuttle, with the wrist bending forwards as they hit. Make sure to change things up like occasionally net shotting twice in a row, cross netting and lifting, etc. This shot aims at throwing your opponent off balance leading to a very weak return consequently giving you a chance to attack.
He may be standing in front of the shuttle and can miss it completely, or he may not have enough power to return it. If you're right handed like me, and like I suppose most players are, you have a dominant arm and a dominant leg. There are many different shots in badminton. This will help them develop the skills to rally. Please Like me on Facebook. Instead of smashing it down or clearing it this shot is sneaky because it is used to drop just over the net on their side. This is a sneaky shot because they will think you are about to clear it and it involves them practically running into the net.
The Smash Shot The badminton smash is considered the most powerful shot in badminton and is usually played on the forehand. Here are some pointers for playing a forehand overhead drop shot. Q: Using these two shots how can I make it more difficult for my opponent A: By alternating between the two areas. It is often difficult to return because of the pace and the downward angle of the shot, think of it as a downwards drive. A slow drop shot shall land in your opponent's frontcourt area, as close to the net as possible.
Most players will turn their body towards where they'll hit to. There are two types of drop shots, Fast Drop Shot: where the shuttlecock travels down steeply and lands further away from the net, Slow Drop Shot: the shuttle does not travel down steeply but lands nearer to the net. I believe understanding the various shots used in badminton and how to use them effectively is a great starting point. These shots can, in general, be divided into defensive and offensive shots. This will secure a continuation of the serve for the opponent and a lasting disadvantage for you. You now known the basic Badminton shots and serves to get you started playing. You should be hitting the shuttle at full relaxed reach, ideally above the racket shoulder and slightly in front of you.
However, it will fall nearer to the Net. The technique to execute the Fast and Slow Drop is the same. A fast drop looks almost like a smash. These shots can be played both on the forehand and backhand sides. If you're not sure where to hit the shuttle next, and the back line is wide open, aim it there. Your opponent will be expecting you to hit the birdie directly forward, while it will actually spin cross court. Keep in mind the angle of the racket which will determine the shuttle's direction.
This shot is difficult to block. In terms of your racket technique make an underarm upward forward movement. In this drill, the feeder should hit anywhere on the court at a fast pace. Possibly one of the most important Badminton shots is the serve as it not only starts the game. Practicing and getting these right will go a long way into making you a competitive player.