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  1. #18
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    there are three golden rules in returning services in MD:
    1. never lift
    2. never lift
    3. never lift

    seriously: as the returner, you get the initiative, as services in badminton are always defensive shots! so you have to get as close to the service line as possible and really try to attack the service as hard as you can! take the shuttle as early as possible and just netdrop it or flat-push it to the midfield or kill it if you're fast enough.
    first three shots are so crucial in MD, it's always worth to work hard on them in training!

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    i'll edit it to my coach's version to a safer version

    1. never lift
    2. never freaking lift
    3. freaking never freaking lift

    unless I wanna lose or get I wanna get my @$$ kicked by him or by my partner

    i agree to post #18, first 3 shots literally determines the rally especially for doubles

    the hard part is trying to catch the push at the peak of the bird's bath and secondly getting conned by a flick serve

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    if you do a tight net shot, your opponent can either drop back or do a very high clear. I don't understand how your partner can't get to a very high clear to do an overhead shot

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