No you can serve underhand or overhand it doesnt matter
an overarm shot
I think underhand.
Yes the serve of a shuttlecock must be served underhand
when you have no idea tho
Serving in badminton is opposite from the form used in tennis. To serve, hold the bird in one hand and hold the racket below it. Then drop the birdie and hit the center of the rubber tip with an underhand motion.
An underhand serve is when you serve underhand
Just toss the ball underhand at first.
its easier to grip, and aim the ball when you throw underhand
1. Serve - underhand stoke to start game play2. Overhand Clear - overhand stroke driving the birdie highand deep into the opponent's court3. Underhand Clear - underhand stroke driving the birdie highand deep into the opponent's court4. Drop - a short shot in which just clears the net, and falls close to the net in the opponent's court.5. Smash - an overhead stroke in which the birdie travels at a downward angle (spike).
In an underhand serve, you ball you fist and hit the ball with the palm of you hand while in the fist. You hit it like you are throwing a ball underhand. Good luck!
Rick Barry shot 90% for his career shooting underhand.
the answer to the question is underhand
It takes less energy and power to underhand serve. Its also easier to guide in a certain direction while serving underhanded. Younger or inexperienced people may underhand serve.
"Badminton" in English is badminton in Italian.
underhand? what do you mean?
underhand with a windmill
badminton is called "poona" in india badminton is called "battledor" in england badminton is called "badminton" in america
The badminton equipment you need is a birdie, a badminton racquet, another player, a badminton court and a pair of badminton shoes.
Of course. A lateral pass is normally done underhand. Not a common sight in pro-football, but perfectly legal.
Badminton Racket Shuttlecock Badminton String Badminton Shoes Badminton Accessory by :marco galgana ^^ fb.com/nixx.maroo
a badminton court with a net, a badminton racket and a shuttlecock...
A seed in badminton means a badminton player .