Ideal Contact Point for Backcourt Overhead Shots | Backcourt Forehand Slice Badminton Drop

Zhao Jianhua & Xiao Jie Badminton Training - Episode 5 (Mandarin with Chinese & English Subtitles)
Hosted by Former Badminton World Champion Zhao Jianhua & Badminton Coach Xiao Jie

Ideal Contact Point for Backcourt Overhead Shots | Backcourt Forehand Slice Badminton Drop

Guest Wang Yan Zhang's Weakness:
Yan Zhang's shots are not very threatening because his contact point is too low. Also, his serves are uncoordinated.

Coach Xiao Jie's Solution:
Yan Zhang's contact point is low because his arm is bent and to his side. Ideally, his arm should be straight at the point of impact.

Badminton Service Rules and Techniques

Service rules:
  1. From the start until the end of the stroke, both feet must be in contact with the floor and may not move.
  2. At the moment of contact, the shuttle must be below the waist.
  3. At the moment of contact, the racquet shaft must be pointing downwards and the racquet head must be clearly below the handle.

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Comments

krishna murthy on Apr 08, 2012 says ...
hi, really feels good to watch the video. need to know where to serve and partners position in doubles as i am playing badminton at club level for the past six years. thank u


divyang on Jul 17, 2013 says ...
love ur suggestions
really it works. .
had won 4 series here in riders club. . . . thanx a lot
again
thank u'


M. Zirsangzela Kawlni on Jun 25, 2013 says ...
I am just a beginner in the game of badminton.... i studied through your video...it is very interesting and very helpful to me....


Sinead on Nov 10, 2012 says ...
Hi,
Thank you both for this excellent training web site. I discovered it just in time to help train my 9 year old son who loves badminton. The tip about landing on the heel of foot for final step is fantastic - now he will not suffer the same knee injuries as I did. Teaching him the correct footwork has been very useful - and when he sees "adults" being taught the correct footwork he understands it's significance.
Thanks again!



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