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Techniques

Discussion in 'Techniques / Training' started by Xuey1992, Mar 23, 2008.

  1. Xuey1992

    Xuey1992 Regular Member

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    what order did you learn the following techniques?

    • smash
    • backhand smash
    • jump smash
    • doubles serve
    • singles serve
    • clear
    • lift
    • drive
    • drops
    • crosscourt drop
    • deceptive shots
    • footwork
     
  2. jhirata

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    Ok.. here's what I tried to learn in the beginning:
    1)the so called 'smash'
    2)the so called 'backhand smash' which goes up to the opponent's mid-court.
    3)the so called 'jump smash' which was more of a jump, land..; then drive.
    4)so called 'deceptive shots'
    5)crosscourt drop.
    Now.. that's when I just began playing badminton as a panhandler.. I just wanted to learn the 'best moves'. Of course, a pan-handled smash isn't really a smash but more of a drive.

    Here's what I learned when I finally learned the correct grip(s):
    1)Backhand serve
    2)Forehand serve ( low )
    3)lift ( still improving O_O )
    4)clear
    5)smash ( should have learned drop ) ( still improving )
    6)drops/crosscourt drop
    7)drive ( still improving )
    8)footwork ( still learning....)
    9)deception and crosscourts netdrops ( still trying to improve )
    10)jump smash ( still trying to improve )
    11)backhand smash ( i can sometimes do it, still practising sometimes. )

    Did I miss something out ?
     
  3. smash_master

    smash_master Regular Member

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    what i learned:

    Grips, Singles serve/Doubles serve
    Net shots, Lifts
    Footwork
    Clears, Drops (all drops)
    Smash, Drives
    Deceptive shots, Jump smash, Backhand shots
    *All the other stuff that i have learned comes in here after the bassics have been covered*

    I learned it more or less in that order and more so some of the things around the same time. What i reccomend to learn and what i teach when i coach is almost the same order which is that way i listed above but depending on those learning it.
     
  4. kubuk

    kubuk Regular Member

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    Grips
    Lifts
    Footwork (Still doing it)
    Baseline Clears
    Drops
    Smash
    Crosscourt drops+smashes
    Net play
    Deceptive net play

    Backhand.. we have to learn it ourself.
     
  5. jhirata

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    Everyone's still learning/practising footwork.. nobody's perfect at it..
     
  6. Shifty

    Shifty Regular Member

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    i was taught: footwork
    grip
    clear/drop/cross court drop/smash (they use the same technique)
    netshots
    lift (which is a singles serve)
    drive
    doubles serve
    deceptive shots
    jump smash
     
  7. vinjy

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  8. saifii

    saifii Regular Member

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    i started playing with my friend and then realised that i was rbbish so i worked on footwork,grips,serves,net play and then smashes.
    my drops are now getting better
     

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