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By Bernd-Volker Brahms

This e-book is a compact, groundbreaking education guide that provides the reader an total perception into the realm of badminton. it's divided into components. the 1st half bargains with education idea whereas the second one comprises historical past information regarding the game and its stars, hence giving the reader an total perception into the area of badminton.--back cover.

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It is composed of a backswing, hit and follow-through. The jump smash is particularly demanding, and by jumping the player increases the angle with which Fig. 45: Clear, smash, drop the shuttlecock flies into the opponent’s court. The stroke sequence can be understood by referring to the photos and descriptions below. 2009 10:29 Uhr Seite 50 BADMINTON HANDBOOK Fig. 46: Smash phase 1 Fig. 47: Smash phase 2 Fig. 48: Smash phase 3 Fig. 49: Smash phase 4 In the first phase, the player shifts his bodyweight from the left to the right foot, as for the clear.

The player lunges with the right leg toward the shuttlecock. • In a flick drive, what seems to be a short shot is accelerated at the last minute and hit long (feint). 2009 10:30 Uhr Seite 57 THE DRIVE In a backhand drive . . • The right hitting arm is horizontal at chest height in front of the body. • The feet are either parallel next to each other (with the knees slightly bent) or the left leg lunges forward slightly to the left. • The shot is hit with a powerful twist of the forearm. • The shot is hit low and either parallel or diagonally over the net.

The shot is played from the upper arm, the elbow and the wrist. • The shuttle is hit at the side of the body at approximately head-height. • The player lunges with the right leg toward the shuttlecock. • In a flick drive, what seems to be a short shot is accelerated at the last minute and hit long (feint). 2009 10:30 Uhr Seite 57 THE DRIVE In a backhand drive . . • The right hitting arm is horizontal at chest height in front of the body. • The feet are either parallel next to each other (with the knees slightly bent) or the left leg lunges forward slightly to the left.

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