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2009-09-23 11:22:25
2009-09-23 11:22:25

It is when you hit the shuttlecock with a racquet by using the backhand stroke


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Backhand shots in tennis and badminton are very similar. What you do to play a backhand shot is to bring the hand holding the racket across your body and play at the ball/shuttle from there.

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.

generally when its behind him on his left hand side. also whenever its on his left hand side but you wouldn't call it a backhand shot either a backhand net or block

For backhand, push the badminton racket forward with medium strength to make the shuttlecock drive forward. Same for forehand.

If you don't know this then you shouldn't play badminton

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is the one parts of playing badminton there are ex. the ace backhand and etc

slap shot wrist shot snap shot backhand tip in backhand wristshot

using your backhand and flick it slightly over the net. similar to a forehand drop.

smash, drop, lob, backhand

backhand overhead forehand serve xoolator

the 2 common grips are the forehand and backhand

Thw forehand grip and the backhand grip. you're welcome.

Wrist shot, slap shot (clapper), snap shot and backhand

Whne you are playing a shot in badminton, each shot has its own points... A forehand is 3

One player is near the net and the other player plays the ball past him using his backhand stroke.

you will need a smash shot in badminton so that he can't hit it coz' it is powerful

If you are able to hit the ball, using both forehand and backhand, then you're doing great. Those are the most basic hits used in badminton.

No because all you are doing is letting go of a shuttlecock ad hitting it with a badminton bat

1) Wrist shot 2) Slap shot 3) Snap shot 4) Backhand

Any kind of lift is a defensive shot in badminton as it gives your opponents the opportunity to play a smash or other attacking shot.

Badminton players are recommended to use tactics in a match because opponents can recognise patterns in play. If you repeat a certain shot or sequence of shots, your opponent may come to recognise this and expect it to happen. If you then suddenly change, your opponent will be caught off guard. Example 1: If you continue using backhand clears, then the opponent will be expecting a backhand clear. If you suddenly change your shot, for example, a drop shot to the opposite corner will catch them off guard. *Experienced players will be aware that you can be using this tactic. Example 2: If your sequence is using two clear shots and then a subtle drop shot to the diagonally opposite corner of the court, and you repeat this sequence, your opponent will begin to expect these tricks. There are more tactics in badminton which are harder to understand and require experience and practise.

Clear- Far shot to force the player to the back of the net. Smash- Fast, downward shot. Usually involves jumping into the air. Overhand- A simple, forward movement of the racket over your head to hit the birdie. Backhand- Self-explanatory. Drop Shot- Usually done after a clear, where you tap the birdie just over the net.

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