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Thread: Post videos of yourself playing
05-05-2009, 12:53 PM #171
I will try and get you a better clip
However I find that if you minimise the size so u aren't watching it on full screen it is alot clearer
05-05-2009, 02:59 PM #172
05-05-2009, 03:07 PM #173
it's yellowish green but yes I am why?
05-05-2009, 03:17 PM #174
I think you need to have your racket held a little higher when you are waiting for the return. Alot of the time you have your racket dropping down towards your feet. Also, you tend to stand quite upright all the time and show little movement when you are waiting for the return. You just stand in the middle.
Also you seem a little slow. Your footwork seems a little awkward which slows you down alot.
Although I think you should post another video and we can make a proper analysis. I think its difficult to judge with the first video.
Btw, Sorry if I sound completely negative. Dont mean to.
Also judging from that video. I wouldnt say that you are advanced like your profile page suggests.
05-05-2009, 03:23 PM #175
well that video was taken three months ago and I have improved a hell of a lot since then my footwork is alot better and I do have my racquet held slot higher than that
I didn't have my badminton shoes on and the stability in the shoes I had on were really poor
I shall film another video tomorrow be post it on Saturday then u shall see
05-05-2009, 03:25 PM #176
I don't see any videos of you on the forum hint hint
Trust me the next video I will be alot better
05-05-2009, 03:28 PM #177
05-05-2009, 03:30 PM #178
05-05-2009, 04:21 PM #179
05-05-2009, 04:52 PM #180
Yeah, wouldn't class you as advanced really. But yeah, some good signs but lots of room for improvement. Criticism is good, get a better quality vid up if you wannna show your improvement
05-05-2009, 05:02 PM #181
05-05-2009, 06:42 PM #182
This is mostly tactical advice:
It seems that whenever you are taking the shot early at the net, you play a net shot. I think that when you come forward and take the shuttle early at the net, you should also flick or push your opponent to the back of the court once in a while: you only sent your opponent back (using the lift) when you were late at the net.
Same thing goes for the back court, you were almost only attacking from the back court (drops and smashes), But a good offensive clear is often a good way to build the rally (sometimes you ended up smashing but being in trouble for the next shot because you were under pressure).
I think mixing up your shots is the key for you, as you already have a very good technique. Of course, maybe this was your tactical plan when playing against this opponent so its hard to tell with such a short sample of your game/playing style.
In my opinion, sending the shuttle to the rear court does not necessarely mean that you are giving up the attack, you can apply alot of pressure when sending your opponent to the rear court, as long as you don't give him too much time.
05-05-2009, 10:45 PM #183
lol i keep forgetting to take my camera to training so il just record me and my little brother having a hit in our backyard. really wont show anything except us having a bit of fun Im gona try and get my dad to record my matches at my first tournament for the year. Just 3 weeks away
The brisbane Badminton Championships. Competing in A grade singles Open grade singles and open grade mixed doubles.
So hopefully il have some half decent footage of me soon. Although really i wont be anywhere near good form until later in the year afer lots more training.
05-06-2009, 03:30 AM #184
You look very fast at covering the court, am intrigued by the spinning backhand you have. I have never seen this before in anybody i have played against, is this something you have been taught or find it works better for yourself.
Because for a split second you are actually taking your eyes off the court and i would have thought footwork would be at a slight disadvantage after playing that shot.
05-06-2009, 03:59 AM #185
05-06-2009, 04:52 AM #186
Thanks, I'll keep it in mind, I think it's a tip that'll apply to a lot of my matches.
In this case, it's also true, except the problem with playing a german player is their gameplan is hardly without clears, the entire first set I had to work really hard to get a lift...So maybe once I did get one perhaps I was going for the smash too much
05-06-2009, 12:25 PM #187
@bradmyster - No, no one taught it to me. Usually I avoid having short played to my backhand since it's not very good. Have been doing some drills to improve my backhand since (though I'm once again coachless - new loaction).
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