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    Doubles you wouldn't so much be able to push the shuttle past the front opponent because the smash will be target at the centre or the player that has caught off guard.

    In that situation you have no choice but to just lift, unless your opponent's smash is so weak and slow that you can take advantage of. Or just let him smash till he is out of stamina or makes the mistake
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    about defending stance, i find more maneuverability yes with feet a little wide apart AND with racket foot slightly in front.

    Just my 2 cents

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    stronger wrist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoRice4U View Post
    Doubles you wouldn't so much be able to push the shuttle past the front opponent because the smash will be target at the centre or the player that has caught off guard.

    In that situation you have no choice but to just lift, unless your opponent's smash is so weak and slow that you can take advantage of. Or just let him smash till he is out of stamina or makes the mistake
    or you could do a net return and try to create a drive situation, especially against a lower quality smash

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