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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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    Yup, backhand crosscourt smash for me

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    Hope someone can explain to me what are the differnces between all those shots?

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    forehand crosscourt net shot for me...

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    backhand clear when out of position is hardest.

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    Any shot when you are under great pressure is hard to hit well let alone master.

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    Wooah...

    For me it's doing a decent backhand, they always are too shorts

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    I'm starting to get backhand clear, it's like at 60% success rate for me.

    But my worst one is backhand cross court drop, I don't really know how to do that because my arm gets clustered when I try to do the backhand cross court drop

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    You mean at the net ?

    You should pay attention to your footwork in order to be "balanced" to do the cross court drop

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom_bad View Post
    You mean at the net ?

    You should pay attention to your footwork in order to be "balanced" to do the cross court drop
    Uh, no not at the net, from the back of the court and do a cross court back hand. At the net is much easier for me :P

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    Oh cross court back hand is hard... The main thing is to hit the shuttle between you and the net

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    for those who are still trying to develop their back hands, either clear, drive or drop, try holding the racket 'loose' before you strike the shuttle. and try to get the correct grip by practicing, e.g. if you are trying to do a back hand cross court drop, i suggest you try to slice the shuttle and try with the thumb placed on the side of the handle. no diagram very hard to explain sorry.

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    Off Balanced, Over the Head, Backhand, Double Motion, Cross Court, Smash.

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    That shot sounds very difficult indeed. But I can't really think of a situation where such a shot would be the best option.

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    I think the topspin slice is harder than all of those.

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    I tried to play with my opposite hand.........damn it is difficult to do any strokes, alone to master it!!!.........and eventually my grandfather beat me yesterday

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    From a practical perspective (without bringing up any absurd shots like a 720-degree backhand smash), I've been having difficulty hitting the lines with my jump smash. I guess whenever I play in a game, I'm always playing more cautiously on the smash and give myself a lot more margin of error than perhaps necessary. Against lesser players, I can power through their defense, but against better players it is easy for them to reach and thus not a very threatening shot. I used to prefer cross-court smashes at one point because I found it easier to hit the lines consistently, but recently that has gone down the drain as well.

    Looks like I should practice multishuttle smashes soon...

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    I have a powerful smash but the chance of hitting the sweetspot all the time is hard for me. It's too difficult to shot crosscourt net.

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