Many players can hit good smashes. As you can see in the above diagram here the path of the shuttle is more straight and steeper. If used right then it can send people to the back of the court and if you're sneeky, you could do it a cross-court back hand clear. Just jump up a foot or two, aiming your chest and body in the direction that you want the shuttle to go, and smash it at the center of its arc. Basic Drop Shot Drill A basic drop shot drill you can do with a partner is where you drop, your partner net shots, you lift, then your partner drops, then you net, and then your partner lifts and repeat. How to play a Slow badminton drop shot Grip There is no change in the grip it is same as you hold the racket while playing a fast shot read in fast drop section.
However this can also set them up for a smash ill get to that in a sec. If you're more comfortable at the back line, then serve long and hit speedy long shots so your opponent doesn't have a chance to move you toward the net. And for playing overhead drop shot, the only thing which makes this shot different from the backhand smash is the power which should be enough to clear the net, but not too much to reach to the opponent. Many beginners believe that slowing down their swing would help execute a good drop shot, causing the shuttle to land near the net. Although we are trying to teach strategy regarding movement, some students may really struggle with just hitting the birdie.
However, probably the most important tip of all is: Make your offensive shots look unpredictable! This usually catches them by surprise. And also, you want to try to get the shuttle as close to the top of the net as possible to minimize your opponent's ability to smash you. You could also hit your opponent with this shot which can result in them being surprised and not really know what to do first, thus not moving at all and losing a point. For this basic drill, the feeder should lift to both your forehand and backhand corners at moderate pacing to work the worker, the one hitting the shuttle. Your partner, who is behind you can then return it easily. For example, a player may draw their racket backwards if they're going to clear a drop, whereas if they were to drop, they wouldn't draw.
The clear shot is one of the easiest badminton techniques; beginners should aim to master the Defensive Clear Shot to play longer rallies against your opponents. The shuttlecock needs to drop short, with a little practice this will become an important shot in your shot arsenal. Not only will this force your opponent to be quick on his feet, but it will also catch him off guard. Serves: First there is the simple lift to the back of the court. One of the major disadvantages in using a drop shot is that it is one of the hardest shots in tennis to master and do correctly. You can also practice with your hands to try to get a feel for the shuttle.
The second drill I want to talk about requires a feeder to feed multiple shuttles. Different trajectories As with clears, drop shots are not all the same. In a shot routine, drop shots look pretty when they land really tight to the net. The main thing abou … t a drop shot is that it creates confusion. If played correctly it should have just enough power to clear the net but then drop down to the floor. While playing in a match though the main disadvantage is if the player you are challenging is quick enough to get the drop shot and get a good angle which then it can be i … mpossible to return the shot sometimes and then if the player retrieves the drop shot and the player returns the drop shot return the player who does the drop is very vulnerable for the next return. Try dropping the shuttle diagonally near the net.
Use a soft pushing action to hit the shuttle. It is commonly used when you need to buy more time for yourself to return to base before the next return. The net shot- this is when you are at the net and you either use backhand or forehand to tap it over the net. The drop should be in front of the service line and the clear in the back tramlines. Badminton is like squash -- success is all in the footwork. Definition,types,Uses,drills and some tips on how to improve your drop shots.
Player 1 has the option to hit a drop or a clear. They are mainly used when an opponent is in the offense and tries to get you into a particularly bad situation. By playing a fast drop, you prevent your opponent from taking the shuttle near the net tape and playing a tight spinning net shot. Q: Are there any sports that you can think of where this strategy would come in handy? If you hit a slow drop, however, he is perfectly positioned to play a tight spinning net shot. If you can stay alive for one more shot, you have a good chance to neutralise his advantage on the next shot, by playing a clear or lift.
But contrary to that, even though the shuttle may land close to the net, it would travel at a decreased speed giving your opponent enough time to react and reach the shuttle. And when you smash in singles, your opponent will almost always block it to the front, so prepare to move forward. You are also able to reach a good base to cover his next shot. Does the cross court Slow Drop sounds appealing to you? The purpose of this shot is to catch your opponent out and make them stretch when playing their reply, hoping to force an unbalanced weak reply. You should also always try to hit the shuffle toward the back line on your opponent's court, which will make it harder for them to return. However you flick your wrist hard enough to send the shuttle hard and fast to the back of the court. Hopefully the students will have realized that it is easiest to have one player taking the shorter shots and one player taking the longer shots.
Badminton Shots vs Badminton Strokes While many may be confused with the difference in a shot and stroke, a badminton stroke is the swinging motion performed before you take a shot. Drop shot- this is used when you are at the back of the court and you gently hit it so that it just goes over the net. This technique will confuse your opponents. Underhand Clear Shot Here you will move close to the net to make the underhand clear shot. The key is to hit the Drop when your opponent expects a Clear or a Smash. If executed correctly, it leaves the opponent with no choice but to give a high return which provides you with a chance to smash or use any other attacking shot.
It is intended to catch your opponent off balance and have less time to respond. Instead, keep lifting it back until they hit back a weaker shot that you can counterattack. They have half the speed and travel half the distance. But in a real game of badminton, these pretty drop shots are useless most of the time. We do not intend to infringe any legitimate intellectual right, artistic rights or copyright.