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    hey does anyone now how to twist the racket around the middle finger like one of those guys did? im trying to do it right now with a extra racket and i can only manage 3-4 spins when it flys out off my finger :S anyone got a secret i dont know about?

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    No idea but make sure you don't use an expensive racquet . I was thinking exactly the same. Soon as I crack it I will holla.

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    humm used to do the spinning racket thing like 15+ yrs ago
    there is no trick.. just keep doing it till u get it
    besides some racket is easier to do then the other
    probaly head heavy one but hell, i'm not gonna try them again on
    my racket nowadays..

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    lol, yah im using a 4 year old iso 54 MF, my first Yonex to do this im doing it over my double bed to soo it allways lands softly on it, would suck to RIP a racket cuz i dropped it doing a trick, lol i wouldnt do it with my ns9000 even if i mastered the trick. but yah i will keep at it, im at about 5-7 spins now, getting easier

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    best trick is through the legs across court drop shot gets them every time but never use in game!

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    Hey guys! Im a new joiner for Badminton Central. Im 14 years of age..as you can see im still young. Havent been playing Badminton for a very long time just about 3 years of time. I was very impressed and surprised by some of the trick shots i have seen. Anyone know whats the divine concept which lies behind it?

    Nice to meet you all Zishan :P

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    Not really a trickshot, more of a surprise shot cos its the only shot i can do in that situation. Referring to Taufik's backhand with back facing the opponents.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GhRUQeR6yw

    Quite a nice shot, I always get it to drop just over the net in the front right corner of the opponent's side. They either can't reach or have to stretch to which i reply with a simple net kill

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    really nice but more of a fluke, dont u think?
    Impressive tho :P

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    When i first watched it, i was like omg what was that? Then i started trying it out for fun cos we were all tired and started mucking about, but to my surprise, not too hard to do. So yeah, I'm not really a fan of trickshots. Subtle surprise shots is what I like doing :d

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    i guess. Ill try that tommorow thanks so much for ur comments and link.
    Appreciated. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by virtualkidneys! View Post
    best trick is through the legs across court drop shot gets them every time but never use in game!
    I've used this one quite a lot with a very high success rate (even against some of the stronger players). The situation where this works best is when the shuttle goes fairly deep and close to a sideline. It looks as is I'm going to let the shuttle land (cuz it appears that I might think the shuttle is out). This deception works best for me on the left side cuz I'm a lefty. I can perform the shot on the other sideline but it's not quite as deceptive.

    As the shuttle drops close to the floor, I've stepped across (with my non-racket leg) to obscure the position of the shuttle and then hit it x-court between my legs. It works so well cuz the opponents have relaxed, assuming that I'm letting the shuttle land. The opposing front player is nearly always closer to the straight-ahead corner at this point.
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    in order to perform this deceptive shots all you need is a strong wrist brains and imagination.and trust me it really helps but this trick dont really work on some 1 with good footwork.i even personally asked peter gade some of his secrets like when professionals play at times they get tricked but they still manage to lift the shuttle to the base line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrmanu View Post
    in order to perform this deceptive shots all you need is a strong wrist brains and imagination.and trust me it really helps but this trick dont really work on some 1 with good footwork.i even personally asked peter gade some of his secrets like when professionals play at times they get tricked but they still manage to lift the shuttle to the base line.
    are you referring to a particular shot? what shot requires a strong wrist???

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    Default hey

    most of the trick shots requre a strong wrist because it requres a lot of last minute movements.so not just a particular trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrmanu View Post
    most of the trick shots requre a strong wrist because it requres a lot of last minute movements.so not just a particular trick.
    not so much a strong wrist as a quick wrist and forearm (rotation). speed (quickness) or power (speed strength) more important that brute strength. but i agree with you about a quick mind & imagination (with insight) being key components.

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    Default Trickshots

    This is a trickshot video I made

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXw6F3GOnl4

    Hopefully, I will be able do more like this one later......Not really shots easy to make/legal but great fun to do....

    Kind Regards

    Jonas R.

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    Jonas, is that really you on this forum ?

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