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View Poll Results: What technique u like best??

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  • BackHand Smashing

    29 12.78%
  • Drop Shot Smash

    35 15.42%
  • Backhand DropShot

    20 8.81%
  • Dead Smash(straight to da floor&bye bye)

    112 49.34%
  • Other..(Backhand Clear&etc)

    31 13.66%
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    genrally in doubles i prefer agressive attacking play singles is also i prefer an aggresive game AT LEAST ON MY SIDE

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    Recently, I have started to love the sideline smashes (the smashes landed on the sidelines, hard to defend because of the wide distance), I found it has been very effective in doubles game

    Singles......I haven't play it lately in past a month

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    well it would have to be the Dead Smash of course. just caus of the sound, the speed and the look on there face when they relize what just happened

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    me i use deceptive drop crosscourt

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    i always do physicals eg. dumbells, pushups, situps.. anything which would improve my smashes.... i wish to get tt deadly smash tt few could retrieve

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    the shot i like best are the rimmers, i swing so fast that the opponents thinks i'm smashing and when it hits the rim or shaft of my racquet, it becomes a shot that they don't expect

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    Backhand smash, the most difficult shot in my opinion to use effectively...but at the same time so rewarding when ur opponent is stunned by it ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by V1lau
    Backhand smash, the most difficult shot in my opinion to use effectively...but at the same time so rewarding when ur opponent is stunned by it ...
    yea well i guess you can say that its difficult but its easy to know that your going to do it so your opponent can prepare to return it unlike if you mask all your forhand moves(ie. smash, drop, and clears, etc) to look the same the backhand smash just stands out and can be easily returned but it is a good move none the less.

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    hey sup new here just thougt i would post something anyways i like net play and deception the best i mean the smash i good but it doesent always work so if you can get them at the net or make them unsure of what your next move will be then thats good.

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    Wat else...of coz smash

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    Cool Delayed/deception Shots and optical irritation

    I prefer the delayed/decepted shots. If you are in your own rythem you can break your oponents timing very well with this. Of course you need a yery perfect technique to do this. The second "weapon" is optical irritation: If you swing out the racket (after a quick shot) in an other direktion than the shot goes (cut shots) your opponent time to return that shot is very short.

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    love smashing, simple yet effective and can look damn cool when done properly

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    Deception shots are really frustrating or really cool.

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    Yes, depending on whether you're on the receiving end of it or not. The ideal shot would be undiscernable with little to no hints of telegraphed direction, as this will force your opponent(s) to wait longer to receive it. We all should aim for that consistency.

    Quote Originally Posted by jackyle_4u
    Deception shots are really frustrating or really cool.

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    In my opinion theres nothing more satisfying than sending the shuttle rocketing down infront of your opponent in a "dead" (dead?) smash, and watching the results that follow. I.e Opponent trying in vain to reach it; spectators reactions.

    I also enjoy a little bit of showboating from time-to-time, a cheeky return through the legs/behing back etc

    IMO a bit to broader question to beable to make a poll on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad_bser
    the shot i like best are the rimmers, i swing so fast that the opponents thinks i'm smashing and when it hits the rim or shaft of my racquet, it becomes a shot that they don't expect
    mmm. I just thought of it, I did a few of those yesterday, deceived everyone alot of times but then I'm wondering how much stress the racquet takes. I hit mine at the top of the string bed near the top of the frame.....

    mmm.

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    crosscourt drop from rearcourt...

    i often play singles and this shot deceives oppponent...

    and often love to make my opponents move around the four corners.. gives a lot of satisfaction...

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