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    Quote Originally Posted by speedy shuttle
    also lunging for tough drops on a backhand is not the easiest thing either.
    easier for me than forehand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamen
    Keep unforced errors to zero %, if possible.
    if possible get them to be -% where you are forcing your opponent into errors from either pressure or impatience or deception

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    Quote Originally Posted by other
    if possible get them to be -% where you are forcing your opponent into errors from either pressure or impatience or deception
    surely if it is -% then the chance of the your oppenent not getting the shuttle is more than 100%

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    This is the best technique ever,,, not mine of course,, hehe

    http://www.petergade.net/files/Peter...hot_at_Net.wmv

    love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by fpixi
    This is the best technique ever,,, not mine of course,, hehe

    http://www.petergade.net/files/Peter...hot_at_Net.wmv

    love it
    but how many people can actually pull that shot if in match circumstances?

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    not many,, actually i think peter gade is the only one

    but dont you think it is cool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fpixi
    not many,, actually i think peter gade is the only one

    but dont you think it is cool?
    ye it totally cool... but is it a good technique?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindanfan
    ye it totally cool... but is it a good technique?
    it can easyli fail,, so dont try this at a match

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    Quote Originally Posted by fpixi
    it can easyli fail,, so dont try this at a match
    i find the shot hard enough to try even in mess-arounds

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindanfan
    i find the shot hard enough to try even in mess-arounds
    Well i tried... n failed... too hard i guess...

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    omg, that shot was insanely beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD-DL
    Well i tried... n failed... too hard i guess...
    It's quite easy a shot actually.
    Raise your elbow to level your shoulder and basicly "drag" your racquet towards your self.

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    I think fast flat clear(punch) is very useful.
    It is one of my tactic to get opponent out of position.
    Of course you got to disguise it to make your opponent guessing whether it is a drop, clear, smash or fast flat clear.
    If you do it well, you usually get a weak return. Some pro can only return 3/4 court if your catch them out or even hitting it out/to the net.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyun007
    I think fast flat clear(punch) is very useful.
    It is one of my tactic to get opponent out of position.
    Of course you got to disguise it to make your opponent guessing whether it is a drop, clear, smash or fast flat clear.
    If you do it well, you usually get a weak return. Some pro can only return 3/4 court if your catch them out or even hitting it out/to the net.
    would you tend to use the punch more in singles than doubles?
    because you are trying to move your oppenent around more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindanfan
    would you tend to use the punch more in singles than doubles?
    because you are trying to move your oppenent around more.
    you shouldn't really punch clear in doubles... because your partner won't be expecting it and will be caught out of position

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    Quote Originally Posted by fast3r
    you shouldn't really punch clear in doubles... because your partner won't be expecting it and will be caught out of position
    It depends all on how well you know you're partner, enought hours together on a court and you know your partners every move and shot from different positions.

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    when "punching" make sure your opponent isn't a tiny fast jumping kid...if he's on his guard he can wriggle in between and block-jump it....

    this is more of a note-to-self anyways....

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