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    Yeah, theyre really nice, especially when you can pull of a win with that

    But I dont understand why they like to do the "kick up the shuttle with the leg" thing... it will be considered illegal, so why practice that (I'm assuming it's just a fun co-activity)? One thing I'm not sure if it's illegal is the part when he appeared to kill the shuttle but hit it with the racket neck...

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    gotta say it....

    Pattern more than Badminton!!!

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    i don't think it's illegal to hit the shuttle with the handle. afterall it's still part of the racket

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcr2001
    But I dont understand why they like to do the "kick up the shuttle with the leg" thing... it will be considered illegal, so why practice that (I'm assuming it's just a fun co-activity)
    Hehehe...maybe a birdies place is in the middle of mens leg, hehehehe...
    they must just do it for fun...fancy tricks but i dont think it will be effective enough in real games...
    but i never pull that kind of stunt, and it is very fun to watch really...
    I must admit those move are difficult...must be done by someone who has practice a lot...it's like the And1 from badminton...hehe

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    Thanks for sharing They must have practised those shots eveyday until they can do it I want to try the one when you hit it under your legs

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    I saw these videos a month or a few months ago. They were pretty good but I don't think you can use them in a real game lol.

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    I can hit one which goes over my shoulder (back turned) and I hit it back through my legs in matches. It works as no one really expects you to return it in that manner.
    Some of those shot's are amasing, would'nt it be great if the pro's played them now and again in major tournement's.
    You have to hand it to those guys for their dedication.

    Great link Adrian.

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    That's impressive. I'm 1/10000000

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    Nothing new in this video...

    I have already seen most of them.

    Search for "badminton showboat", I think these videos are much better...

    But all these trick shots are much easier to learn then a normal shot, if you really want to master the "normal" shot in all situations of a match... You try a trick shot 20 times and 19 times you miss the shuttle and you put shot number 20 on youtube... Not really impressive...

    But perhaps fun for 5 minutes...

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    Just watched the "badminton showboat" I did not find that as crazy as Adrian's link. What I did find really good was Peter Rasmussen's masterclass in the jump smash. The guy's hit's can be measured on the richter scale.

    Check the link out!

    http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIbGK0-iQGA

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    awsome, too bad most of the shots are/would be useless

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stealthboy
    Just watched the "badminton showboat" I did not find that as crazy as Adrian's link. What I did find really good was Peter Rasmussen's masterclass in the jump smash. The guy's hit's can be measured on the richter scale.

    Check the link out!

    http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIbGK0-iQGA
    Link dosent work for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glencoclub-Nick
    Link dosent work for me
    It should be http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIbGK0-iQGA

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    You guys should check out Chen Yu's fancy racket work. For those who watch Prince of Tennis, its pretty much what Eiji Kikumaru does.

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    some are deceptive, but some others are like uneccessary

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    Sorry link should have been www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIbGK0-iQGA

    For anyone trying to get tips on the jump smash this is a gooden.

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