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  • clear

    176 8.37%
  • lift

    61 2.90%
  • drop

    345 16.41%
  • smash

    413 19.65%
  • drive

    112 5.33%
  • straight net

    98 4.66%
  • crosscourt net

    897 42.67%
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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, please keep your posts relevant to the topic. Try to see forum threads as conversations, and not as opportunities to spam links to your blog.

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    elvin, he is right! maybe you have to start a thread - learning skill....?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    elvin, he is right! maybe you have to start a thread - learning skill....?
    ya, sure. sorry for that.
    Thanks for your advise......

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    elvin, how's lcw training in your court, hope you post us some picture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    elvin, how's lcw training in your court, hope you post us some picture!
    yup
    not just picture, also got video,
    Lee is coming, Chin Ee Hui, Tee Jing Yi and Nelson ( Malaysia under 15 double champion last 2 years and just reach 17 this year )
    They play double in my place. I had took all their video this morning.
    Just relaxing double match. playful.
    And their smash is unbelievable powerful. All this four player is coming from my father.
    And i will upload to youtube. Now converting

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    From M'sia,
    Racquets:
    1) Yonex Arcsaber Z Slash (Racquet of choice)
    2) Yonex Carbonex 8 (Good time golden racquet, never let me down when all else fails)
    3) Head Nanopower 500 ('emergency racquet')
    4) Wilson Tour Pro (My teacher gave me tht for winning a tournament)
    5) Yonex B-400 (immensely heavy training racquet)
    -First post!-
    Now to the main forum: Nelson is mindblowing!
    ....Im from malaysia also bah, but younger than tht speed demon nelson.
    Can you please provide the url for the Youtube upload..(The one with Lee, Chin Ee, Tee J and Nelson)
    BTW, now im playing in the US, comin back for malaysia in August.... finally achived the crossnet! (13 years old) P.S: no difference between the $240 Z slash and my brick-heavy Ringgit 20 YOnex B-400 when it comes to corsscourt. Its all technique.
    Now filling in the fine details of my jump smash (when ur 5 ft 4 in, its not easy!)
    Can you guys please help me find out how much it cost for a coach in malaysia (cuz im goiing back) . Coach for jr player please. thank you so much!
    -first post in BC-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bisbal-MAS View Post
    From M'sia,
    Racquets:
    1) Yonex Arcsaber Z Slash (Racquet of choice)
    2) Yonex Carbonex 8 (Good time golden racquet, never let me down when all else fails)
    3) Head Nanopower 500 ('emergency racquet')
    4) Wilson Tour Pro (My teacher gave me tht for winning a tournament)
    5) Yonex B-400 (immensely heavy training racquet)
    -First post!-
    Now to the main forum: Nelson is mindblowing!
    ....Im from malaysia also bah, but younger than tht speed demon nelson.
    Can you please provide the url for the Youtube upload..(The one with Lee, Chin Ee, Tee J and Nelson)
    BTW, now im playing in the US, comin back for malaysia in August.... finally achived the crossnet! (13 years old) P.S: no difference between the $240 Z slash and my brick-heavy Ringgit 20 YOnex B-400 when it comes to corsscourt. Its all technique.
    Now filling in the fine details of my jump smash (when ur 5 ft 4 in, its not easy!)
    Can you guys please help me find out how much it cost for a coach in malaysia (cuz im goiing back) . Coach for jr player please. thank you so much!
    -first post in BC-
    welcome back to mas! as for finding a coach, you can browse though the the forums on coaching, it all depends on where you gonna land here, if in kuching, maybe you can try our training!

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    lol the last whole page is off topic.
    my worst would be back hand drop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamepurpose View Post
    lol the last whole page is off topic.
    my worst would be back hand drop.
    because its rather boring thread, you post your difficult skill here, nobody will ask you why or explain to you..guess the thread starter only collects data for his/her research
    so why not chit-chat a bit...

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    elvin where are these youtube videos? definitely want to see the match

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    Quote Originally Posted by exalted View Post
    elvin where are these youtube videos? definitely want to see the match
    Goto videos on his website.

    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.

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    great videos, man those girls clear so hard the car alarms go off lol

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    for me,the hsardest shot i had to master was the backhand stroke.after that,the net crosscourt shots. took many yrs to get comfortbale with them.

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    For me it's the forehand jumping backwards from centre court with one step and doing whatever with it. Still don't have the correct body coordination down.

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    The cross-court full court lift shot between your legs when your back is facing the opponent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackvictor View Post
    The cross-court full court lift shot between your legs when your back is facing the opponent.
    Haha!
    That only works in tennis, as only Roger Federer can do ... as a winning passing shot nonetheless!

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Haha!
    That only works in tennis, as only Roger Federer can do ... as a winning passing shot nonetheless!
    whether its tennis or badminton make sure you have a good working suspender and not an over-sized one otherwise your loose and hanging babes might just be the target!
    Last edited by pBmMalaysia; 04-10-2010 at 12:43 AM.

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