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  • clear

    176 8.43%
  • lift

    61 2.92%
  • drop

    344 16.47%
  • smash

    409 19.58%
  • drive

    111 5.31%
  • straight net

    97 4.64%
  • crosscourt net

    891 42.65%
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    i think u may hv miss out 1 stroke/shot...d most important 1 infact....its SERVICE(d most important shot of badminton)...a good service will almost decide d winner of d rally. Include tat in & i think many votes will go there as most players i observed, tend to hv service fault either above waist line or too high, too short, too low or jus plain ol high serve inviting opponent 2 smash u down if its half court.

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    I feel that the forehand clear is the hardest because mine seems rather inconsistent! Even my backhand clear is more consistent than it =(

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    Right now, probably crosscourt drops.

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    Smashes, because I've had to teach myself. Everything else is fine though

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    Cross Court drops because the rest are more fundamental shots. If you don't have a good cross court drop you can still be a strong player playing strong basic fundamental badminton.

    All that being said....I'd REALLY like to be able to pull off this cross court net drop....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOQDPQw-AFo

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    at the time of my poll i notice 42.77% poll for crosscourt net being the hardest skill to master. and i think most of u refer to yr bh cross court net!

    if you take a closer look at drop - here you have a total of 4 skills to master & in terms of quantity sure its hell more work to do!

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    I do think its the drop/clear....and the difficulty is to make both these shots look the same to your opponents.

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    Thumbs up drop shots

    Quote Originally Posted by Aspros_helios View Post
    I do think its the drop/clear....and the difficulty is to make both these shots look the same to your opponents.
    drop shot probably hardest to master because it comprises of a few skill by itself - you have fast & slow drop (or sometime refer to as slices & block by some coaches) and for forehand, backhand, straight & cross together you have 8 skills to master!

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    backhand clear isnt on here.

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    Exclamation drop shots

    Quote Originally Posted by Caarl View Post
    backhand clear isnt on here.
    i think the topic is referring to only one skill.

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    Near baseline fall away smash is very difficult! Although Lin Dan makes it routinely and powerfully easy.

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    i think an important point missed out on this thread is whether the shot is under pressure. my opinion is that you can get to a point where all these shots are fine and you can hit them well when not under pressure, but it is in a match situation where the opponent is asserting lots of pressure on you that certain shots can go off. I know for me, it is the backhand clear under pressure. I find in training, or when it is a relaxed situation, no problem to clear from baseline to baseline with backhand. but when stretching or pressured/pushed, it is harder to maintain composure, and to maintain the necessary technique to have a nice backhand clear.
    Just my 2c

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    it was not mentioned under what type of situation - normal game play, during competition or just training but i bet it's under normal game play, medium pressure?

    if under training some coaches do have more pressure set on the trainee than in real competition!

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    visit www.easybadminton.blogspot.com to learn more skill
    More tricky shot there, more skill hard to master.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elvinteh View Post
    visit www.easybadminton.blogspot.com to learn more skill
    More tricky shot there, more skill hard to master.
    elvin, the video clip link, i think its broken or do we need to get a key? it's buffering all morning but i see black shadow only??

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    elvin, the video clip link, i think its broken or do we need to get a key? it's buffering all morning but i see black shadow only??
    ya, may be the file i upload is not match, cause when i see in my labtop is ok
    still thinking how to work it out. sorry for that.
    First time uploading video, still learning on this. any advise.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    elvin, the video clip link, i think its broken or do we need to get a key? it's buffering all morning but i see black shadow only??
    this video i already pull out yesterday.
    Any how new video will coming in soon.
    In this coming Saturday, LCW will come back to Teh training center for warm up training. So far no miss every year.
    I hope has the opportunity to take the video and post for you all.

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