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    Default Will the 21 point NSS have any impact on overall strategy and tactics?

    I am creating this thread to generate ideas and opinions on whether the NSS will make players and coaches have a re-think on overall strategy and tactics to exploit the new system.
    Strategy-wise, will the NSS affect your basic strategy in a winning game, a losing game, winning vital points, your focus, confidence, concentration, and determination, etc? Tactics-wise, cross-courting, angle of return, employing deception, and trying to elicit a specific reply-will these change?
    There was an older thread similar to this but it was more slanted towards attack. This thread has a more 'open' approach and is suitable for all shades of input and opinions.

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    Oh no.

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    p.s. OH NO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eskey
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/pj08om
    TC1982_MS_ HanJian_vs_LimSweeKing
    imo, this video debunk the theory that attacking tactic is more suited for NSS. Han Jian, a defensive player, had to change racket like 2-3 times due to excessive attacking. Both players initiate attacks whenever it's possible.

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    Not on strategy during gameplay, but during training, focus will be made more on gameplay drills and lesser on stamina building. We will not need more stamina for shorter games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juris
    Not on strategy during gameplay, but during training, focus will be made more on gameplay drills and lesser on stamina building. We will not need more stamina for shorter games.
    But you dó need to get more explosive. So instead of being able to run at 100% during the 40min game. you need to run 120% in a 20min game...

    Out-pacing or out-smashing your opponent (physical-badminton you'd say) will probably become favored, in training. Because if you train to be afster and stronger than your opponent you can focus on technique and strategy durin gthe game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    imo, this video debunk the theory that attacking tactic is more suited for NSS. Han Jian, a defensive player, had to change racket like 2-3 times due to excessive attacking. Both players initiate attacks whenever it's possible.
    Your last sentence rings a bell and it makes sense. "Both players initiate attacks whenever it's possible", yes only whenever it is possible, is unversally applicable, including the NSS. Remember for every attack there is a counter attack, and too hasty an attack can be a little too pre-mature.

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    I agree. Why do we have to go at this topic endlessly?

    Quote Originally Posted by wood_22_chuck
    Oh no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    I agree. Why do we have to go at this topic endlessly?
    i like playing with fire

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    i like playing with fire
    why just fire? try playing with a bonfire

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/vb/s...ad.php?t=33198
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/vb/s...ad.php?t=27000

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    NSS = shorter games.
    Shorter games = less energy spent.
    Less energy spent = players can sacrafice endurance for speed.
    NSS = Faster game play.
    Faster game play does not necessarily mean more attacking although Attacking = Greater energy use (b/c of jumping and getting behind the bird).

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    Quote Originally Posted by wood_22_chuck
    Oh no.

    -dave
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    Does Viver know about this thread?

    Oops...sorry off-topic...

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    What is what is not . . . such is reality

    Quote Originally Posted by Eurasian =--(O)
    NSS = shorter games.
    Shorter games = less energy spent.
    Less energy spent = players can sacrafice endurance for speed.
    NSS = Faster game play.
    Faster game play does not necessarily mean more attacking although Attacking = Greater energy use (b/c of jumping and getting behind the bird).

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    You forgot Badrad !

    Quote Originally Posted by Winex West Can
    Does Viver know about this thread?

    Oops...sorry off-topic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwcbro
    i've try those fire pits already

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    You forgot Badrad !
    usually when i see a steaming pile on the street, i'll be avoiding it. too bad the mutt that continues plopping these hasn't gotten it's internals checked out... definitely something wrong with that dawg...

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    Man, you are just too funny :
    Quote Originally Posted by badrad
    usually when i see a steaming pile on the street, i'll be avoiding it. too bad the mutt that continues plopping these hasn't gotten it's internals checked out... definitely something wrong with that dawg...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winex West Can
    Does Viver know about this thread?

    Oops...sorry off-topic...
    Well, I tried to stay far away from this one. Just like what Badrad said.

    But this post, I think is best suited here
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...&postcount=239

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