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  • clear

    175 8.51%
  • lift

    61 2.97%
  • drop

    337 16.38%
  • smash

    404 19.64%
  • drive

    108 5.25%
  • straight net

    94 4.57%
  • crosscourt net

    878 42.68%
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    =.=! ..........................................

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    huh?? i use wrist also can backhand.. lol you sure its correct :P
    use alot of energy?? :P lol

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    personally i feel that one should be able to hit a backhand clear at least 35cm behind his shoulder, before he can really say that he can execute a backhand clear. Clearing with wrist/fingers alone when contacting in line with shoulder is nothing special...

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    erm!!! stop about the backhand!!
    how about overhead cross court smash!!
    well i'm ok with that but just helping ^^
    picking a topic for you guys lol!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    sheesh, you guys are all wrong.
    the most difficult shot is definitely the ...

    JUMPING OVERHEAD CROSSCOURT BACKHAND SMASH !!

    muahahahahaha ..... ha ... ha ... haaaaaaaaa
    woot? I thought the jumping crosscourt backhand drop with a heavy slice was hardest to get right?

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    Muhahahahah.. I can now do the backhand crosscourt smash and backhand crosscourt drop..

    Still cant fullcourt backhand clear.. it goes about 5/6 of the court now..
    But as popopi0102 said, we need to use more than just the wrist to do this.. I realised that alot of the power comes from the body rotation.. Same thing for the crosscourt backhand smash/drop, but I have to use more wrist power for that.

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    Thats awesome. Im only 12 though, so I still have a long way to go. My backhand is pretty bad. All I can do is overhead clear with it. Im jealous you people can be able to do all those.

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    There's no easiest or most difficult stroke but just this....."Practice makes perfect".

    However, you must have to learn the correct way to execute it first.

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    I'm too short for backhand smash.... haih... expecting a 160cm player to do backhand smash.... lol... unless i can execute some backhand jumping smash... that seems not practical.. lol.

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    Which shot is difficult to master..... hmmmm.. i dunno, anyway, right now i'm trying to do a heavy slice smash which will create sound and power effect like smash, but the birdie will make a sudden drop along the way....probably i will call it a dropsmash can you imagine it?

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    i second kiwiplayer's choice. the hardest shot to master is....the backhand serve in doubles...

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    there are many styles for backhand serve for doubles.... and i use them.... they are good....

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    Quote Originally Posted by popopi0102 View Post
    there are many styles for backhand serve for doubles.... and i use them.... they are good....
    yes, i know. but note, thread is titled, most difficult shot to master. and as of now, even professionals do not have completely flawless serving. yes, it's easy to serve backhand. but hitting a serve so it just skims the net, then lands on the line, is very hard to master indeed. to even serve consistently, against a person at the same level of play as you, is very hard.

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    for me i recon its the crosscourt net shot from the forehand side so that it just skims pass the net!!! so hard!!!

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    I voted for the backhand cross court net shot... always inviting a net kill :-(
    Otherwise it would be a backhand cross court smash. NEVER have I got one over.

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    actually for me...drop shot was easy...my drop shot was very near to the net...just 1 cm i think...seriously...but my friend know my weapon then just waiting at the net after they hit high ...i cant return to the front court as soon as the shuttle been tight net shot by my friend...so said...but for those 1st time play with me...i can get point easily by this...^^...
    Last edited by limsy; 06-01-2008 at 11:27 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingmarioxv View Post
    I voted for the backhand cross court net shot... always inviting a net kill :-(
    Otherwise it would be a backhand cross court smash. NEVER have I got one over.
    Wow.. I did a 'perfect' backhand cross court smash the first time I ever attempted it, which was only about two months ago. Now it's like my main weapon when I get pushed to my backhand rear corner.

    One thing which you could do to improve your backhand crosscourt net shot is to apply the hold-and-flick motion to it. Instead of just tapping the shuttle over the net crosscourt, you can instead hold for half a second with your racquet facing towards right ( if you're right handed ) to fake a shot to the right, then flick it to the left.. And there you go, the opponent will go the wrong direction..

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