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Thread: Best ways to return a smash?
02-03-2008, 09:07 PM #18
Practice this drill. Smash. Block. Lift.
Player 1 serves. Player 2 smashes. Player 1 blocks. Player 2 then lifts. PLayer 1 smashes. This is a great drill to practice your block and smash.
1 When blocking feet slightly apart on your toes, in the tiger posistion. Racket in front of you.
2 Square yourself slightly to the smasher.
3 Light fingers, take the pace off the shuttle.
4 Practice. Practice. Practice
When you have become competant then you can block cross court. Or whip the smash accross court which becomes a offensive shot.
02-09-2008, 01:00 AM #19
What i do in this situation is just get on one knee almost and send drop transfeering most power from the smash.
02-09-2008, 10:01 AM #20
Tap the birdie lightly across the net so she doesn't have another chance to smash at you.
Maybe try lifting it to her weak side (right handers-left court.)
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