Thread: Post videos of yourself playing
05-07-2010, 05:01 PM #766
05-07-2010, 05:05 PM #767
05-07-2010, 05:13 PM #768
05-07-2010, 05:16 PM #769
05-07-2010, 05:23 PM #770
@Danstevens thank you for your assessment. I think i play better after alot of browsing in badmintoncentral. The credit should go to BCers
Mostly in technique threads and video sharing.
Of course learn by myself have limit as no one show me how to choose different shot, placement or discussing about particular strategy and point what are my flawed techniques. The obvious one i have no routine training and drills.
Actually since i was a kid i really hate sports and doing not very well. But since i fall in love with badminton i love jogging, sprinting uphill and doing some weight training. I noticed im much stronger fitter now.
I tried to find coach around here by visiting some of clubs in my area. But i havent found a club that had coaching. Of course i saw peoples with high level in each club but cannot expect to play singles as doubles is the main menu in every-club i visited.
I think my defensive style have something to do to increase my consistency and i dont want to end the rally very soon. It is clear from my videos that i lost many points from my errors (out of court). Next time i will try to add a bit more offensive in my games.
05-08-2010, 01:08 PM #771
05-08-2010, 04:59 PM #772
@yippo888 fault serve at 9:50, your foot came of the ground haven't had a chance to watch the full video, just bits of it, will give feedback later
05-08-2010, 05:26 PM #773
wow! you sure are eagle eyed!! i dont even think at tournament play they would call on that one. but pretty sure my foot is on ground at point of impact on serve. but mate its off camera anyway where my right foot is!!
05-08-2010, 05:45 PM #774
i would like to see more vids of better games Yippo888. i am very interested in seeing county level players in bristol.
05-09-2010, 02:43 AM #775
I forgot to precise that i'm the one in blue shirt ^^. Both of us haven't had any coach. I just watch international videos and try to copy the pros.
05-09-2010, 07:02 AM #776
First off RACKET UP !!! the number of times I saw you loses points due to the racket head down but your knee was just wrong. You are a good player but you need to learn to keep the racket head above your waist as much as possible.
The next thing goes hand in hand after you play a short shot you have a habit of standing there for a second or two and this causes you to hit the shuttle late if you are forced into the back court. To solve this after you hit a net shot take a step back towards your base in the middle of the court this means that you will have more time to get the shuttle back and a wider choice of shot to choose from.
Also BEND YOUR KNEES this will make you able to react faster at the moment your knees look straight. By keeping your knees straight this will make it hard to reach shots.
And finally ERRORS the with out number of silly mistakes you made you would have had a much larger lead over your friend just try to relax and picture where you want your shot to go.
As for the good points you have a good, solid, technique for some one who has had no coaching and good footwork all that is lacking is some basic fundamental which I have out lined above.
Hope this isn't too harsh.
05-09-2010, 07:08 AM #777
One thing I have noticed, is the overuse of the crosscourt netshot, not only are you making mistakes on it, but it is getting predictable.
Instead, get to the shuttle earlier, and play a spinning net shot, which can be just as effective, even sometimes a normal netshot taken high, won't win the rally straight from that shot, but it can force a weak lift/loose netshot, which can win you the rally. I would agree with what David_Allan has said.
05-09-2010, 09:34 AM #778
05-09-2010, 12:45 PM #779
Thank you for your advises.
David_Allan, I've also notice that I always put my racket down after watching the video. As for the fact that I stand at the net is because I try to kill if my opponent try a net shot, so i'm ready to bounce at it.
And don't worry about being harsh or not, I post a video to have advises and learn more so every advices are welcome
LD rules, I uses a lot of cross netshot because it wasn't a serious match, so I try to use these as a training ^^. In more competitive match, I surely won't play like this .
05-09-2010, 02:50 PM #780
As for your video, yippo888, I have watched it a couple of times but I want to watch it at least once more before I post any feedback. You're clearly a very good player and any improvements that you should consider incorporating in to your game will be relatively minor.
05-09-2010, 02:54 PM #781
awww thanks dan!
you seem to be a very good source of knowledge on the game. and seem to have a lot of friends who also play at a very hgih level. do you play in many tournaments?
im looking to play in the circuits this year a bit more seriously, so hopefully by the end of next season will be able to post a much more comprehensive video with longer and better rallies aswell.
05-09-2010, 03:52 PM #782
I just have 2 tiny things to say.
1) KEEP YOUR RACKET UP the number of points I saw due to the fact was shocking from a county player. This is typically true when you are high serving you hit the shuttle and then bring the racket to your side, try to keep it up. As when you start to play tournaments people will be smashing a lot more (from what I've experienced) by having the racket by your side its going to take longer to get the shuttle decreasing the number of available shots.
2) Try and think about placement you have good shot selection but hat was letting you down was the placement. you would have had a much larger lead if it wasn't for the fact that a lot of the shot went out the sides. Try to visualise where you want the shuttle to
Over all you are a very good player just try and take into account what I have said and you might find that your game improves a little.
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