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    hello ppl, i am an intermediete player and i was thinking of gettting a Nanospeed series yonex racket, which series should i get, i was maybe thinking about 6000 possibnly 7000 or even 5000, and i wanted to know wat the differences are, price dont matter.

    also if anyone has a guide or can find a guide on some website or on this forum that would be great, the trick shot i want to master is when ur not facing the net and u hit the birdy between ur legs while ur backwards not facing the net, jump if necessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daisuke View Post
    hello ppl, i am an intermediete player and i was thinking of gettting a Nanospeed series yonex racket, which series should i get, i was maybe thinking about 6000 possibnly 7000 or even 5000, and i wanted to know wat the differences are, price dont matter.

    also if anyone has a guide or can find a guide on some website or on this forum that would be great, the trick shot i want to master is when ur not facing the net and u hit the birdy between ur legs while ur backwards not facing the net, jump if necessary.

    TY.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...hlight=reviews
    er... dont ever try that trickshot, may hit wrong birdie. is possible in tennis....

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    HAHA "hit the wrong birdie"

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    what if you hit the wrong birdie with a tennis racket? thats probably not as fast swing but with a heavier racket it might do even more damage.
    a badminton racket is lighter but you swing it faster.

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    lol.. hit wrong "birdie"..
    will be really funny, jump and do the trick but hit "wrong birdie" then land and rolling in agony.. lmao

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    er.... "hits the wrong birdie", can be the jokes of the week...
    lol = lots of love.... thank you
    if you watch a lot of tennis matches, you will see them hit like that. chasing the ball back(facing opposite net) and hit the ball underneath. this seldom happened in women's game thou than man's games....(i know what you guys thinking). my guess is that the trajectory of shuttlecock and tennis ball is different. in badminton, either the shuttle is smashed or lob; either steep or almost 90 degree. where as tennis ball is bounce to ground first....

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    drift, probably because women singles (tennis), they tend not to rush to the net as much as men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau View Post
    drift, probably because women singles (tennis), they tend not to rush to the net as much as men.
    i guess this is one of the reasons.
    if Daisuke want to do this www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIru9DrKPP8 in badminton, must share to us here....

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    Damn, am I too late for the party? Has someone hit the "wrong Birdie"? Is the "birdie" dead yet? Anyone need a blue pill to revive the "birdie"?

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    The way you do that trick shot is to make sure you run past the bird (making sure it goes between your legs) and hit it in front of your back (or rather behind you at this point). You'll never hit the wrong bird because the angle where you're supposed to hit won't allow it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    Damn, am I too late for the party? Has someone hit the "wrong Birdie"? Is the "birdie" dead yet? Anyone need a blue pill to revive the "birdie"?
    ROFL! So far I haven't seen "wrong Birdie accident" coming from a trickshot with my own eyes.
    I felt even more scared after reading that statement.

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    Default Between the legs not facing the net / trick shot

    can someone find a guide on how to do this trick shot please?

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    practice it, their no "guide" for it, its a trick shot and not necessary for a real game just to fool around at practice, so its all about timing, just like a regular shot: you need to practice it

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    should i flick my wrist or should i like swing at it to hit the birdy?

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    You shouldhalf swing and then flick your wrist. If you swing longer, you might hit other type of "birdy". Not applicable for females.

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    keep opening thread?
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=47125

    get the blue pill standby at side as you try the trickshot...

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    You need a stiff shaft to pull it off. So the blue pill with V is needed.

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