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  • clear

    176 8.40%
  • lift

    61 2.91%
  • drop

    344 16.43%
  • smash

    411 19.63%
  • drive

    112 5.35%
  • straight net

    98 4.68%
  • crosscourt net

    892 42.60%
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    fun to see the wide variety of ''hardest shot''

    For me the smahs was hardest, but know i can hit a decent spash, which is very accurate.

    Lately my trouble shot is the drive on my forehand. When i get a really sharp fast shuttlein the backcourt, i have to put all mij strenght into it to manage a drive the the other sides back-court.

    My best shots are fast attacking clears, and cross-court dropshots from my backhand..... gets them every time

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    Another difficult shot to master is to return a shot that is hit well past and deep to your backhand with the shuttle falling below shoulder height.

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    For me,the most difficult is cross court.I often lose the control over net cross court.The other is jump smash..can never smash it really hard during jump smash.Back hand smash as well..the rest..still ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    It's strange that only Taufik's backhand smash is so lauded.

    I believe Chen Hong has an equally, if not more, powerful backhand smash.
    From the recently retired lot, I'd also vote for Pullela Gopichand.
    It was no different with quite a few of the old masters.

    It seems, in the age of saturated sports coverage, Taufik has got noticed a lot more.
    After seeing CH plays several time,i agree chen hong is one of the players who uses backhand smashes.But i am afraid i have to disagree with u.CH's back hand smash is not equal to TH's.TH have made back hand smashes looks like n as powerful as a forehand smash.No one else can do that.

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    Backhand crosscourt drop (and drop). My backhand clear and smash are both playable, but I have trouble controlling the pace and distance of my drops. Some people can even slice the shuttle using their backhand +_+

    As for forehand stroke, definitely blocking or lifting a smash with the forehand (crosscourt forehand blocking a straight smash @_@). Definitely most difficult shot for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exalted View Post
    Backhand crosscourt drop (and drop). My backhand clear and smash are both playable, but I have trouble controlling the pace and distance of my drops. Some people can even slice the shuttle using their backhand
    hmmm ...i believe almost all slow drops are sliced to a certain extentSo i suppose that includes backhand? My backhand drops are often sliced cos it makes me feel more deceptive ???? Wonder if i'm doing anything wrong cos most people place emphasis on a squared contact when it comes to backhand...

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    the whole flow of doing a clear shot

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    Hm strange. The poll seems to suggest that the crosscourt net shot is the most difficult shot to master for everybody. However for me it was very easy to do, I even mastered the trick crosscourt drops fairly easy. My weakness is smashing though, it has never been fast enough even with so much efforts in putting good technique into it.

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    my crosscourt net shot starts off with me in position to do a net shot, then I jab stomach with my racquet elbow and recover to center position

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    Quote Originally Posted by KazeCloud View Post
    Hm strange. The poll seems to suggest that the crosscourt net shot is the most difficult shot to master for everybody. However for me it was very easy to do, I even mastered the trick crosscourt drops fairly easy. My weakness is smashing though, it has never been fast enough even with so much efforts in putting good technique into it.
    Exactly:

    Just follow this guide and it is easy.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRmOGa9eHdo

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    Peter Gade, my hero

    Quote Originally Posted by Badmintan View Post
    Exactly:

    Just follow this guide and it is easy.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRmOGa9eHdo

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    I think the BCCD, Backhand Smash & Backhand Crosscourt Smash ! and who haven't seen a backhand crosscourt smash watch 2007 sudirman cup Taufik H Vs Andrew Smith. He doses a BHCC smash and it was more powerful than most's normal Smash. !! very Frightening!! .. Anyway I Think the most difficult is the BHCC Smash... ( And No i cant do it !!! But i can Dream...LOL

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    I reckon crosscourt net is far more difficult to master >.> and it does get to your nerves all the time -.- one of my friends could do it, perfectly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddex View Post
    I reckon crosscourt net is far more difficult to master >.> and it does get to your nerves all the time -.- one of my friends could do it, perfectly
    Lol. Ridiculous. Am I just born with weak smashes and easy cross court drops?

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    i have always been having a hard time mastering the straight net shot. i'm really erroneous on this part. maybe my reflex is just not quite fast enough. i have a pretty decent smash, but my real forte is drop shot. but whenever i'm in front and get an opportunity to flick the shuttle for a kill, there's a big tendency for it to go net.

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    Quote Originally Posted by venkatesh View Post
    i have always been having a hard time mastering the straight net shot. i'm really erroneous on this part. maybe my reflex is just not quite fast enough. i have a pretty decent smash, but my real forte is drop shot. but whenever i'm in front and get an opportunity to flick the shuttle for a kill, there's a big tendency for it to go net.
    Your problem can easily be solved by practising netkill/push drills

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    Default net.

    Just put it on the main thread and am sure lots of reply coming back to you. BCers are crazy about helping you. People may not see it if you put it here.

    Quote Originally Posted by venkatesh View Post
    i have always been having a hard time mastering the straight net shot. i'm really erroneous on this part. maybe my reflex is just not quite fast enough. i have a pretty decent smash, but my real forte is drop shot. but whenever i'm in front and get an opportunity to flick the shuttle for a kill, there's a big tendency for it to go net.

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