Badminton handbook: training - tactics - competition by Bernd-Volker Brahms

By Bernd-Volker Brahms

This ebook is a compact, groundbreaking education guide that offers the reader an total perception into the area of badminton. it truly is divided into elements. the 1st half offers with education concept whereas the second one includes heritage information regarding the game and its stars, therefore giving the reader an total perception into the area of badminton.--back cover.

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This ensures that if the opponent plays a short return they are able to kill it at the net, all that is required is a slight forward lunge. However, if the opponent plays a long return, the doubles partner covers the back of the court and is therefore on the case. In the singles game, the serving player does not go right back to the “T”, as he must be able to deal with both a short and a long return by his opponent. He therefore stands slightly behind the service line. 2009 10:29 Uhr Seite 36 BADMINTON HANDBOOK The server must realize that in badminton he has the advantage and this advantage must be exploited by varying the shot.

He therefore stands slightly behind the service line. 2009 10:29 Uhr Seite 36 BADMINTON HANDBOOK The server must realize that in badminton he has the advantage and this advantage must be exploited by varying the shot. The server has the active role, and the opponent can only react. The ideal serve is one that puts the opponent on the defensive. This is the case when the opponent can only reach the shuttlecock in such a way that he must react with a defensive shot (an underarm shot or a defensive clear).

The ball drops just behind the opponent’s side of the net. • the movement sequence in the overhead dropshot largely resembles that of the clear, although just before the shuttlecock is hit the backswing speed is reduced (the opponent must not know whether one intends to play a smash, a clear or a drop). • the wrist is firm. • the follow-through of the hitting arm can be minimal. • the shuttlecock should cross the net as low as possible so that the opponent is forced to hit it from below (avoid a steep trajectory).

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