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    Quote Originally Posted by Swingbadabada View Post
    I use that technique also, generally because it's easier to defend with the backhand (even on the forehand until a particular point).
    Hmm , yes it is a small technique which only a few people know.

    Your are right with the statement about the backhandside.

    May I ask , whot taught you it ?

    Also how did you find it comparing it to the "generic" technique?

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    No-one taught me it, just picked it up as a habit when my coach told me it was it easier to defend on the forehand side by stepping in to it and picking it up with my backhand.

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    Using that technique I've found that if a smash was coming directly to my right hip, I couldnt do a thing about it ! Luckily no one knows about that at my club :P

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    Please do not analyse too much my defense... it's one of the worst aspects of my game. Generally speaking it is technically good, but against big smashers it's not that good.

    I would have preferred a video of a game or my backhand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vodude View Post
    Ahhh.. here it is
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DhypRj4BJI

    BEWARE!
    I am short, so from back to front Its not gonna be a 2 steps like Lin Dan, I would run from the back to front about 5 steps like going to chase a duck
    You guys seem to be having so much fun while playing, I like that.
    and I also put my racket behind my head when my partner is smashing haha, anyone else do that? been nailed a few times

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    Quote Originally Posted by keith.roche View Post
    Using that technique I've found that if a smash was coming directly to my right hip, I couldnt do a thing about it ! Luckily no one knows about that at my club :P
    That technique , helps at your right hip.

    Assuming your right handed , you just quickly raise your racket up to your hip.

    This is why it is deemed to be "better" than the forehand defense.

    Yet I am still comparing both these techniques.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krisss View Post
    That technique , helps at your right hip.

    Assuming your right handed , you just quickly raise your racket up to your hip.

    This is why it is deemed to be "better" than the forehand defense.

    Yet I am still comparing both these techniques.
    Backhand much easier. It's also easier to defend the forehand with the backhand until your arm/elbow straightens out

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghcnhbCzX2E

    Showing off my newly acquired skills
    Not perfect, but I hope it'll get better as time passes.

    I never had one on one coaching and the guy who used to coach us never really taught us " The Backhand ! " . I try slowing down videos of some good players including my coach and try to learn the same. Only problem I'm facing now, is that my backhand is not consistent, in clears. There are times when the shuttle soars high and reaches the rear court but almost 60 % of the time I end up hitting the shuttle late.... which pretty much ends up in " you know what ! " ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swingbadabada View Post
    Backhand much easier. It's also easier to defend the forehand with the backhand until your arm/elbow straightens out
    Yeah - although it takes time to adjust to stop using your forehand for the shots you are able to do with backhand.

    I think this technique really does make my life easier in doubles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keith.roche View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghcnhbCzX2E

    Showing off my newly acquired skills
    Not perfect, but I hope it'll get better as time passes.

    I never had one on one coaching and the guy who used to coach us never really taught us " The Backhand ! " . I try slowing down videos of some good players including my coach and try to learn the same. Only problem I'm facing now, is that my backhand is not consistent, in clears. There are times when the shuttle soars high and reaches the rear court but almost 60 % of the time I end up hitting the shuttle late.... which pretty much ends up in " you know what ! " ...
    Nice backhand.

    I want to develop mine - it is so fun having a good backhand , although it will make me a lot lazier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krisss View Post
    Nice backhand.

    I want to develop mine - it is so fun having a good backhand , although it will make me a lot lazier.

    VERY TRUE ! ! !
    It made me very lazy to go around to even TRY a forehand.

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    Here is a clip of ANDY at ABC -Learn his back hand skill from Taufik.....in the middle of highlights, you can check out Andy's backhand--and tell me what do you think....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3rjeEiVSwg

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    ok firstly
    that backhand clear was GORGEOUS!!

    secondly, that lil kid in red yonex shirt is serious TALENT. clearly he's been trained and coached well. technique, shot selection and instinct all there at such a young age. smashing with so little margin given his height is pretty amazing

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    I like the BH smash; it shows mere mortals can develop a BH smash that's useful in tournaments. Placement is more important for BH smash as it will be slower than FH smash.

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperBird View Post
    Here is a clip of ANDY at ABC -Learn his back hand skill from Taufik.....in the middle of highlights, you can check out Andy's backhand--and tell me what do you think....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3rjeEiVSwg

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    Yeah the backhand smash was really good!

    And he aimed it well ( if he actually aimed it their )

    One day I hope for a backhand like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperBird View Post
    Here is a clip of ANDY at ABC -Learn his back hand skill from Taufik.....in the middle of highlights, you can check out Andy's backhand--and tell me what do you think....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3rjeEiVSwg
    Not to be mean, but most of his backhand smashes are unnecessary from his position. He could easily/should use his forehand to play a better shoot.

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    Andy-->>He the coach from Indonesia Who is Friend with Taufik and his backhand is taught by Taufik. Therefore, he loves showing off his great back hand. Trust me, his back hand is as strong as his forehand. Compare him to Taufik's backhand, Andy backhand is as superior as Taufik. You need to witness Andy's backhand in person to see how his amazing backhand skill.

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