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low back hand clear from rear court

Discussion in 'Techniques / Training' started by BaggedCat, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. BaggedCat

    BaggedCat Regular Member

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    any links to video or detailed technique description for low backhand clear from rear court. (low, as in taking the shot low, not make a low shot.)

    in other words if it's about to land in the rear corner because you got there late.
     
  2. CanucksDynasty

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    If you got there late...you are probably not in the best position to make a backhand clear. When I play singles...in most cases...I play a backhand drop if I got to it late. I can usually recover to get a return net drop.

    Maybe a flat sideline drive would be best??
     
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    One of the hardest shots to do in the whole game imo. You need to do it a little bit like this

    [video=youtube;O7Ux7OzYlQ0]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7Ux7OzYlQ0[/video]

    :D
     
  4. BaggedCat

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    mwahaha. 0:11, that's what i want to do. i can do drop and drive easily already. the problem is the opponent knows this and is always close at the net waiting.
     
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    I got myself in the following situation a few times, got away with it maybe 3 out of 10 times. The best option is to drop to the net and dash back for a return drop, maybe mix it up with a hard flat drive. Normal backhand clears always end up half court for easy kills.
     

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