This is a delicate and fast smash shot, being played to force the opponent to move to the front court, so that the mid court and the back court remain free to drop the shuttlecock.
"controlled smash" shot
No because all you are doing is letting go of a shuttlecock ad hitting it with a badminton bat
clear, drop shot, net shot, smash
smash shot, drop shot, over head clear
you push the person into the back of their court, and once they are there, you drop it right in front of the net and they cant get to it well actually, this isn't the case with professionals. They are quick through the court. They are always at their base position after a shot. The main thing about a drop shot is that it creates confusion. Your drop shot should never LOOK different from your clear. It keeps your opponent guessing.
hit the shuttle up high and make it drop over the net
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Basic shots in Badminton are: High Serve, Low Serve, Overhead Clear, Underarm Clear, Net shot, Smash, Drop Shot
When you've pushed your opponent back with a clear for example, a drop shot can be used then. Your drop shot (hopefully) will land close to the net, forcing your opponent to run forward.
smash,rally expedile,high clear,drop shot
You need to lunge foward and have the racket well in front of them,
a drop shot is when you tap the birdie just over the net with little to no force. Its best to use when your opponent is playing in the backcourt cause it puts them on the defensive
Smash, Kill, cleyay, drop shot, net shot. lots more ill tell you when i remember.
over head clear drop shot smash under head clear
drop shot, smash, fake shot and many more!You generally wanna stay in the middle of the court and move your opponent around.
an overarm shot
backhandbaselinecarrydrop shotforehandgamekillmatchpassing shotrallyservesmash
Whne you are playing a shot in badminton, each shot has its own points... A forehand is 3
A drop shot, usually used after a clear (a far shot to the back of the court), is where the player gently taps the birdie over the net so it makes a player either.... a) hit the birdie high up into the air (a good drop shot is one that you can't smash). b)sprint forwards to try and reach.
One of the major disadvantages in using a drop shot is that it is one of the hardest shots in tennis to master and do correctly. 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 impossible 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.
The smash- fast, downward hit onto opponent's side. Forehand- A standard motion of badminton. Usually over your head. Clear- A far shot to the back of your opponent's court. Usually followed by a drop shot.
A forehand shot in badminton is where the shuttlecock is hit forward with the racquet without crossing the upper body as in a backhand shot.
Overhead clear smash jump smash drop shot drive net shot slice serve (low serve, flick serve)
If you don't know this then you shouldn't play badminton
you will need a smash shot in badminton so that he can't hit it coz' it is powerful