By Bernd-Volker Brahms
This ebook is a compact, groundbreaking education handbook that offers the reader an total perception into the realm of badminton. it really is divided into elements. the 1st half bargains with education idea 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.
content material: 1. The philosophy of the sport --
2. gear --
three. kinds of grip --
four. The prepared place --
five. The hitting parts --
6. forms of stroke --
7. The serve --
eight. The transparent (baseline shot) --
nine. The dropshot --
10. The spoil --
eleven. The force --
12. The backhand --
thirteen. internet play --
14. working strategy --
15. strategies (singles, doubles, combined) --
sixteen. education --
17. the contest --
18. harm probability and prevention (warm-up) --
19. Technical jargon --
20. the foundations briefly --
21. From the backyards of Jakarta : record on badminton in Indonesia --
22. Badminton word list --
summary: This publication is a compact, groundbreaking education guide that offers the reader an total perception into the area of badminton. it's divided into elements. the 1st half offers with education idea whereas the second one includes heritage information regarding the game and its stars, hence giving the reader an total perception into the area of badminton.--back conceal
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The shot can be performed overhead or underhand. • The player lunges backward with a sideways movement, the body moves backward. • During the lunging phase, the bodyweight lies over the right foot, which stays at the back. • The right knee is bent and straightened again as the shot is played, alternatively it is played from the plant (step). • The player jumps up high. • The right elbow is pulled back, the left hand points up at the shuttlecock for balance and aim. • The right hip and right shoulder are turned explosively forward during the hitting phase.
In elite badminton, the backhand serve predominates in both single and doubles, as the opponent has a shorter reaction time due to the shorter backswing involved. Serves with a longer backswing are also used occasionally. The leisure and club player could do no worse than follow the example of the pros. Women’s singles players are an exception; they usually try to avoid playing backhands. They prefer the forehand because of the greater power required to hit long backhand strokes. When serving, the player usually stands at the front of the court in front of the t-junction.
Can be played as a short shot, clear or flick. • From the ready position, the player takes a step to the left, the right foot stays where it is to enable the player to move backward again as soon as possible. • Ideally, the shuttle should be hit with an almost straight arm at net-height. • The axis of the racket head is parallel to the top of the net and hits the shuttle at a slight angle to the net. 2009 10:30 Uhr Seite 63 THE BACKHAND Tip from a pro: Dieter Domke, EBT Berlin Born 1987 German U21 Men’s Singles Champion 2005, 2007 Alternating backhand: the opponent stands at the net in the forehand corner while the player stands in the center of the court.
Badminton handbook : training - tactics - competition by Bernd-Volker Brahms