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Badminton Duble’s PART 1 — offensive rotations

Badminton Duble’s PART 1 — offensive rotations


How to explain offensive rotation for men’s or women’s doubles How to explain offensive rotation for men’s or women’s doubles How to explain offensive rotation for men’s or women’s doubles How to explain offensive rotation for men’s or women’s doubles How to explain offensive rotationd for men’s or women’s doubles How to explain offensive rotationd for men’s or women’s doubles How to explain offensive rotationd for men’s or women’s doubles The front person is responsible for everything in front of them and the back person is responsible for everything else The front person is responsible for everything in front of them and the back person is responsible for everything else The front person is responsible for everything in front of them and the back person is responsible for everything else The front person is responsible for everything in front of them and the back person is responsible for everything else the question is the question is when does the back person know to come to the front? when does the back person know to come to the front? when does the back person know to come to the front? There are a couple of rules that you have
to understand There are a couple of rules that you have
to understand There are a couple of rules that you have
to understand The first rules is: the front person controls the rotation The first rules is: the front person controls the rotation The first rules is: the front person controls the rotation The first rules is: the front person controls the rotation Right or Wrong — the front person controls the rotation Right or Wrong — the front person controls the rotation Right or Wrong — the front person controls the rotation Right or Wrong — the front person controls the rotation The reason is because the back person can see the front person, but the front person CAN NOT see the back person The reason is because the back person can see the front person, but the front person CAN NOT see the back person The reason is because the back person can see the front person, but the front person CAN NOT see the back person The reason is because the back person can see the front person, but the front person CAN NOT see the back person the back person must YIELD to the front person the back person must YIELD to the front person The second rule is: follow the momentum The second rule is: follow the momentum you want to go with the momentum you want to go with the momentum This is how it was explained to me This is how it was explained to me imagine there is a ” V ” coming out for the front person’s shoulders — like wings imagine there is a ” V ” coming out for the front person’s shoulders — like wings imagine there is a ” V ” coming out for the front person’s shoulders — like wings imagine there is a ” V ” coming out for the front person’s shoulders — like wings this ” V ” goes to backline this ” V ” goes to backline as long as your opponent is hitting everything within the ” V ” as long as your opponent is hitting everything within the ” V ” , the front person stays in the front and covers the net as long as your opponent is hitting everything within the ” V ” , the front person stays in the front and covers the net the front person stays in the front and covers the net the front person stays in the front and covers the net the front person stays in the front and covers the net This is in the ” V ” This is in the ” V ” as long as your opponent is hitting everything within the ” V ” , the front person stays in the front and covers the net the question is: what happens when the bird is hit out of the ” V ” the question is: what happens when the bird is hit out of the ” V ” This is outside of the ” V ” — the back person is pushed to the corners This is outside of the ” V ” — the back person is pushed to the corners Let’s say “O ” is going to smash — the court must be divided this way Let’s say “O ” is going to smash — the court must be divided this way ” O ” momentum is coming forward and makes it very difficult cover the reply cross court ” O ” momentum is coming forward and makes it very difficult cover the reply cross court ” O ” momentum is coming forward and makes it very difficult cover the reply cross court ” O ” momentum is coming forward and makes it very difficult cover the reply cross court ” O ” momentum is coming forward and makes it very difficult cover the reply cross court ” O ” momentum is coming forward and makes it very difficult cover the reply cross court the front person must now cover the NET and the CROSS COURT the front person must now cover the NET and the CROSS COURT the front person must now cover the NET and the CROSS COURT the straight mid court reply should be cover by the back person the straight mid court reply should be cover by the back person the straight mid court reply should be cover by the back person when the front person can see the back person at their side — the front person knows to back out when the front person can see the back person at their side — the front person knows to back out the front person backing out allowing the back person to follow their momentum forward the front person backing out allowing the back person to follow their momentum forward The other sideline works the same way. The other sideline works the same way. Here’s the ” V ” — stay front and back as long as the bird lands within the ” V ” Here’s the ” V ” — stay front and back as long as the bird lands within the ” V ” the ” V ” does not move just because you are moving the ” V ” stays in the same place the ” V ” stays in the same place Hint: if you are the front person — and the bird flys over your LEFT shoulder cover the RIGHT Hint: if you are the front person — and the bird flys over your LEFT shoulder cover the RIGHT Hint: if you are the front person — and the bird flys over your LEFT shoulder cover the RIGHT Hint: if you are the front person — and the bird flys over your LEFT shoulder cover the RIGHT the back person momentum is straight so the front person must cover the cross the back person momentum is straight so the front person must cover the cross the back person momentum is straight so the front person must cover the cross Front person covers the NET and CROSS Front person covers the NET and CROSS Front person covers the NET and CROSS the straight mid court is talked about more in “2 common mistakes” the straight mid court is talked about more in “2 common mistakes” back person follows their momentum straight in back person follows their momentum straight in when the front person can see the back person at their side — the front person knows to back out when the front person can see the back person at their side — the front person knows to back out when the front person can see the back person at their side — the front person knows to back out follow the momentum follow the momentum this person smashes follows the momentum comes in when the front person can see the back person at their side — the front person knows to back out when the front person can see the back person at their side — the front person knows to back out That’s doubles OFFENSIVE rotation — thank you for watching That’s doubles OFFENSIVE rotation — thank you for watching

Comments (10)

  1. Thanks for posting! Please continue. Your demonstrations/displays are wonderful. I'm sharing these instructions with all my badminton friends!

  2. This was my first video and I was very nervous. Thank you for your kind words.

  3. You are welcome. If I may add, because you sound like a badminton coach. I have also found that you can feed this drill from three positions; middle, left and right. Also, putting a light cloth over the mesh part of the net makes your player have to react faster. Maybe you can video this and post for others. I would, but right now I'm a bit busy.
    Thank you for watching and commenting.

  4. Great video. This is really THE most important feature in playing a decent doubles game. When you are playing doubles and you notice your opponent does not know how to use the rotation system it is every easy to win, just keep pushing the back player from left to right corners and wait untill you get a good enough opportunity to finish the rally.

  5. Pratipat, this is super super. Thanks a lot. I will be going through each of your videos on this. :). I am going to start writing a separate notes based only on your videos. Thanks once again! 🙂

  6. This tip goes to my notes as well. Thanks Tom. 🙂

  7. Good video. I like the chalk board style and can clearly understand you !

  8. Just great 🙂 ! And I share all your videos with my badminton friends as well .. Thanks a lot 🙂 !!

  9. So helpful.. tnk u

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