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
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.
- From the start until the end of the stroke, both feet must be in contact with the floor and may not move.
- At the moment of contact, the shuttle must be below the waist.
- 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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