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    So, by request, some things I see:

    at 0:45 you receive a fast drop, or sliced sticksmash or something of that nature. I can't see whether it's in or out. But that doesn't matter, what I see is you fall over backwards when trying to reach it. Even when receiving tough shots like this, you should keep your balance.

    At 1:08 you play a defensive shot to the net which is very good, your opponent can't kill it. Why don't you take a big step towards the net and intent to take the attack from that point on?

    On a general note I see you don't really take a lot of time in between rallies. Why not hold 5secs, get your head straight and take a small breather? That way, you stand ready a lot better for those short serves as well.

    Moving on, the next thing I see is 6:08. You play a very nice rally, moving each other about well. but then on your around the head you drop your shoulder quite a bit and drag you dropshot into the net. A good tip might be to focus on moving your rackethead forward instead of swinging it round, if you understand that vague explanation

    And lastly, I see quite a lot of drive-rallies, won't you gain a massive advantage by just stopping them to the net?

    I hope I don't sound too negative, they're all just minor pointers, overall I think the video is a lot better than your older video.

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    thanks jerby advice taken on board, I didn't play very well in that game though
    The reason there isn't much of a pause is that I was aware the video had to be under 10 mind for YouTube so had to hurry a bit

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    I've seen plenty of videos on youtube that were over 10 minutes. I'm watching one right now that is almost 24 minutes long.

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    hmm which country r u from mr LD??:P

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    thanks jerby advice taken on board, I didn't play very well in that game though
    The reason there isn't much of a pause is that I was aware the video had to be under 10 mind for YouTube so had to hurry a bit
    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph View Post
    I've seen plenty of videos on youtube that were over 10 minutes. I'm watching one right now that is almost 24 minutes long.
    Quote Originally Posted by DivingBirdie View Post
    hmm which country r u from mr LD??:P
    My youtube upload limited to 10min but not sure the file size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DivingBirdie View Post
    hmm which country r u from mr LD??:P
    I am from the UK
    Anyone else care to give advice on the video please ?

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    at 5.40 it looks like you defend both shots with a forehand grip so your having to put a lot of effort in and as a result your un balancing yourself.

    Through the video it appears the same on most defensive backhand i may be wrong and it just be picture quality fooling me

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    Quote Originally Posted by smash_master View Post
    that reminds me of when i was down in trinidad training it got hot like that daily thats why always looked forward to night training never during the day.
    Did/do you play on the trinidad national team ? if so do you know Kamasha? shes at my university now doing a postgrad degree and she plays/played on the national trinidad team until she came to the UK

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    Quote Originally Posted by noppy View Post
    Did/do you play on the trinidad national team ? if so do you know Kamasha? shes at my university now doing a postgrad degree and she plays/played on the national trinidad team until she came to the UK
    yes i played with kamasha when i was down there, shes a really nice person. does she still play/train now a days? i kinda lost contact with her and a lot of the players down there since returning to canada. i play for them but am not going to Thomas cup prelims with them definitely don't feel ready at this moment, might play some big tournaments in the coming months all depends on what Trinidad says about it if they ok me to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    well suprisingly quick here is the video with the plastic shuttle, it's just a training match so nothing special and a lot of mistakes

    Www.YouTube.com/watch?v=nUjHVKSqbO
    Video malfunction or something...

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUjHVKdSqb0

    This is the correct link, guys, enjoy !

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    ooops it didnt quote LD rules post

    this is for LD rules

    Quote Originally Posted by noppy View Post
    at 5.40 it looks like you defend both shots with a forehand grip so your having to put a lot of effort in and as a result your un balancing yourself.

    Through the video it appears the same on most defensive backhand i may be wrong and it just be picture quality fooling me

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    Quote Originally Posted by smash_master View Post
    yes i played with kamasha when i was down there, shes a really nice person. does she still play/train now a days? i kinda lost contact with her and a lot of the players down there since returning to canada. i play for them but am not going to Thomas cup prelims with them definitely don't feel ready at this moment, might play some big tournaments in the coming months all depends on what Trinidad says about it if they ok me to.
    small world hey

    yeh she plays for Bangor Uni, Wales

    i played mixed with her in club nights (we arnt in a league that has mixed) which is a shame as its my fave game

    shes says its freezing cold here compared to trinidad lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by noppy View Post
    at 5.40 it looks like you defend both shots with a forehand grip so your having to put a lot of effort in and as a result your un balancing yourself.

    Through the video it appears the same on most defensive backhand i may be wrong and it just be picture quality fooling me
    hmmm, I will have to get back to you on that one, I think on that particular occasion I used a forehand grip cause I was unprepared but usually I use a backhand grip.
    May record another video tomorrow, please keep posting feedback on the video it is much appreciated

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    Me and some friends playing a MD. (I'm the one in the light blue shirt/white shorts)

    Watch it in HD for great quality.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=moQxUD8ia_4
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irvo8...eature=channel
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mmpO...eature=channel

    Any comments are welcome on all players

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luka89 View Post
    Me and some friends playing a MD. (I'm the one in the light blue shirt/white shorts)

    Watch it in HD for great quality.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=moQxUD8ia_4
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irvo8...eature=channel
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mmpO...eature=channel

    Any comments are welcome on all players
    I just had a fast look at the first video, so It will be a short comment, but I notice your stance, both for serving and ready/receiving stance. Do you feel that you are in balance??? Of course that is individuel, but e.g. try for you backhand serving stance to experience with a greater distance between your feets, try and see if you can find a more comfortable/balanced stance, if not don't chance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luka89 View Post
    Me and some friends playing a MD. (I'm the one in the light blue shirt/white shorts)

    Watch it in HD for great quality.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=moQxUD8ia_4
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irvo8...eature=channel
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mmpO...eature=channel

    Any comments are welcome on all players
    This is not fair. Why the best "watch me playing" players come from Holland.

    You people seem to serve above the waist.

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