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Thread: Post videos of yourself playing
03-15-2010, 06:06 PM #681
03-16-2010, 12:43 AM #682
03-23-2010, 12:53 AM #683
03-23-2010, 05:14 PM #684
A few quick points:
You need to have your racket held higher, so you can get into position quicker
When you have an opportunity, to finish off the rally you have to take it, I know in this match, it's just for fun, but at a higher/tournament level, you won't be as lucky.
Your defensive stance, is leaving you flat footed, I saw on two occasions in which, you defend quite well, until you opponent changes direction of attack, after this, you lose the point, because you are unable to move your feet.
These are some quick points, I will give more later
Some good things I see is:
A nice backhand dropshot, you have got, in fact, your dropshot seems to be a very strong shot for you.
You need to take you time on your serve, you try a variety of serves in this clip, your backhand lowserve seems to be strongest though against this opponent.
Again these are some quick points later when I have more time, I will give more advice,
Can I ask how long you have been playing and how many times you play a week ?
03-23-2010, 09:11 PM #685
Started late last year, half way into the high school reason, after it ended i played on and off once a week for a few hours.
03-24-2010, 10:49 AM #686
03-24-2010, 03:47 PM #687
herk it your smash looks very uncontrolled. looks at this video you may be smashing like this http://badminton-coach.co.uk/492/imp...sh-exercise-3/. as LD rules! said uou need to bend your knees more and hold your racket higher, your lucky most of your opponents shots were only a rackets distance away otherwise, you wouldn't of got them because you werent ready. also, you are taking the shot far to low, sometimes just above shoulder level.
other than that you were quite good i liked your tumbles
03-24-2010, 03:53 PM #688
03-24-2010, 03:53 PM #689
oops didn't ead the bit i was on the further side lol, well i commented on your friend lol i'll comment on you when i have the time :P look very good from first glance :P
03-24-2010, 10:04 PM #690
thanks charlie, i think the reason why i'm taking the shuttle too low is due to my rear court footwork which is what i'm trying to improve. Not quite sure what else i could do other than shadowing, still feels much more uncomfortable than moving forward
03-25-2010, 05:01 PM #691
Is that a N90 racket?
It is win you 6 point's in the 2nd game man
Here are my comments:
Your footwork is wrong which is vital, your body posture is too tall and you are no way and in no shape to get the next shot. You are not ready, and your racket head is very low most of the time, and in the second game you are stand on the spot. There are some instance's where you take the shot very late, you go for an incredible lunge, stylish but wrong technique. On the note of style, you also need a hair cut, maybe lose minor points there but it does help if you can see without distraction. Your shots are also too late for your net shots, and your approach is slow, in the first few shots of the second game, you got smashed in the face, it looked like it hurt, anyway it looks bad. There is no variety in your game as your drops are really predictable, the opponent was nice not to come in and go for the net kill as he had full control. You also have many bad habit's like show angry face at your racket, and you look at the string's if they caused you to lose points but maybe it was the racket frame or colour. It becomes rather predictable and it show's in your body stance. If you want to learn, then i suggest you go back to the basic's and get a partner to drill the shot's into you when your technique is right and set. Unfortunately my badminton is worse than yours, but they are my rightful view, I hope my comment is right advice.
03-25-2010, 11:02 PM #692
had this discussion before with others and it was a pretty bad performance. however, it was against a 40th ranked national player and it was a first experience of tournament for me.
where abouts in england you from?
ps: dont start with the hair thing again lol.
03-28-2010, 12:31 PM #693
Oh Ok, that must be tough match. I am from Manchester, England. and yourself? The hair is not a bad thing, cool like Dragon Ball Z!
03-28-2010, 10:15 PM #694
lol.. curious as i am looking for good players to play against.
however, you are a distance away from me lol...
thanks for watching regardless
03-29-2010, 01:18 AM #695
Good luck..........You both play very well!
Last edited by TigerSmash; 03-29-2010 at 01:21 AM.
04-07-2010, 04:16 PM #696
... I recorded a number of videos tonight, I was playing with one of my freinds, who doesn't play as competitively as me, but plays sometimes, I didn't feel the need to go full out, and therefore I didn't, so I am not sure wheter to post it or not, also the camera angle, is really bad, due to the effort I have to go to, to hide it from the centres staff, (they hate cameras !!) again like I said I haven't went full out, and the angle is bad, so you can only really comment, on my shots and not it movement. As it is just a freindly game, I decided to practice some shots, in which I feel I need to work on, in this instance it was drops. I will probaly post it anyway...
04-07-2010, 04:58 PM #697
go go ld rules! post it already!
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