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Accuracy

Discussion in 'Techniques / Training' started by TheQQ, Feb 23, 2012.

  1. TheQQ

    TheQQ New Member

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    Hey, I've been playing badminton for 3 years now and I'd like a little advice on how to improve my accuracy in smashes in singles. I'm a hard hitter, but right now I want to focus more on placement than on power. The rackets I use are the Voltric 80 and Arcsaber Z-slash, which one do you think is better for accuracy? (I generally like the arcsaber more because I'm used to head light rackets, but I find the voltric more consistent with big smashes)

    Thanks!!
     
  2. trapatoni

    trapatoni Regular Member

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    use the racket that does not familiar with you..i mean there was no chemistry between you and the racket...and then, try hitting the shuttle on the same spot/place thousand of time until you became consistent..that how i trying to increase my accuracy..not sure if it will work with you..:eek:
     
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    Perfect yr smashing technique n timing by practising half smashes. Concentrate on making good impacts on each smash, esp. the wrist snap just before impact. Then when you have good impacts 80% of the time practice on placements and angle of smashes.

    Look for video on Zhao Jian Hua's tips on doing correct smashes. Good tips.
     
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    Out of the 2, vt80 would be more accurate because it has a stiffer shaft.
     

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