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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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    Default most difficult shot to master

    i suddenly thought about this silly question. which shot in badminton do you think is the most difficult to master? i am sure there are more, but this should cover most of the more popular ones.

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    till now, not really master the drop....
    everything else, are good...

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    The shot I would vote for isn't there: the short serve in doubles. It's the easiest and hardest shot all at the same time.

    Wayne Young

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    back hand Cross court drop for me is worst shot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwiplayer View Post
    The shot I would vote for isn't there: the short serve in doubles. It's the easiest and hardest shot all at the same time.

    Wayne Young
    serve is ok, the shuttle is control by me first, from my hand.
    other than serve, shuttlecock is shot from opponent, no total control where is the contact point....

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    I'd vote for the straight netshot. Because you have no margin of error and the shuttle always aproaches you differently (when you opponent does a netshot).
    It's not about being consistent, it's about control, feel and anticipation

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    i have a powerful smash but the chance of hitting the sweetspot all the time is hard for me.

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    MOST difficult to master for me is to smash because i have a power but may smash is no destination

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    crosscourt net. lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwiplayer View Post
    The shot I would vote for isn't there: the short serve in doubles. It's the easiest and hardest shot all at the same time.

    Wayne Young
    Not really the serve, but rather the receiving of it. I see most rallies end quickly with a botched return of serve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurry D View Post
    back hand Cross court drop for me is worst shot...
    yeap. same with ya.

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    i voted smash because its hard to master a really good one... but hardest shot i would have to say is FULL cross court backhand clear (HIGH).

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    For me Cross Court Netting ... still weak .. the shuttle still not lower enough..
    The most "Masters" ! i had -- Smashing and defend . of course lah.. for double oriented player's

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    Default Backhand cross court smash

    Backhand cross court smash. Even more difficult from baseline, have you seen any pro player doing that.........................

    I can do all the shots listed in a decent manner above if my opponent is slower than me and I can move to behind shuttle fast. Footwork is the ONEs, and fast footwork will make you very very solid.

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    IMHO, assuming from the baseline, definitely the backhand cross court drop (BCCD). So far, every pro that I spoken to about this subject has said the same thing. They don't use a BCCD unless they have to.

    Locally, Coach Alex Liang has the best BCCD I've seen. It's smooth, tight over the net, deceptive, and very consistent. He burns a lot of opponents with that shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cqmy1612 View Post
    yeap. same with ya.
    Back Hand cross court by far is the hardest...sometimes it can become a cross court lift half court.

    When that happens it sucks..
    Last edited by Blurry D; 08-23-2007 at 06:29 AM. Reason: typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superstar View Post
    Backhand cross court smash. Even more difficult from baseline, have you seen any pro player doing that.........................

    I can do all the shots listed in a decent manner above if my opponent is slower than me and I can move to behind shuttle fast. Footwork is the ONEs, and fast footwork will make you very very solid.
    Maybe TH has done it before he is the back hand expert..correct me if i am wrong i think he has the fastest backhand smash if i am not mistaken..

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