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Badminton-Footwork Skill (5) Steps to the net in Singles

Badminton-Footwork Skill (5) Steps to the net in Singles


If I do net play drop, then there will be recovery steps. it can be 4, can be 5 forehand look – 1 2 3 4 5 or if shuttle comes closer 1 2 3 4 because its net play, I have more time, opponent have more time so, I have to make more steps to make the timing right ok, watch this please with shuttle cock, James net play with one shuttle ok, watch my steps 1 2 3 4 where – where – 1 2 3 4 – 1 2 3 4 – 1 2 3 4 5 but if I do one step, it will be much more difficult I can’t continue its difficult ready like that much better Backhand net play, can be 4 if I do net kill its 3 1 2 ready if I do net play same, I have more time opponent have more time there fore I have to do recovery steps watch this hit – ready – where where where where ready hit – ready hit – ready hit – ready hit – ready little wider please at the base hit – ready hit – ready push very good hit – ready hit – ready hit- ready yes Ok, net play both sides using steps, 5 steps to forehand 4 steps to the backhand, watch this please both sides ok hit – ready – where hit – ready – where where where where where 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 1

Comments (11)

  1. Thank you very much. I will try to make it right at the first time but thank you very much Suresh for your point. Lee

  2. Thank you very much for your comment too. Lee

  3. Coach Lee has been in badminton business for decades, his mind goes with his demonstrations like his second natural skills. If you were able to pay more attention on the physical language "demonstrations' videos", you could gain more information than the caption. The most important thing is you must have positive belief, learning attitude. Believe in coach Lee, believe in yourself and practice harder then you will have happy badminton time. Thanks coach Lee.

  4. Thank you for your kind words. Lee

  5. which part of racket head should I use for the net play? I always try to use the top second to top fourth horizontal line and the center vertical line when I hit over head stroke. From my observation, you are using almost the tip of the side head, 9 or 3 o'clock of the racket head when you hit net shot. Am I correct?

  6. do you recommend players to always go back to the base line after the tight net shot and to stand side square step? like here 3:10? or should I stay a half step front to the net from the base line to save a movement and to be aggressive at the net after the tight net shot? like 3:05
    I have seen many players stand like 3:05 after the tight net shot. I am asking your opinion. I think it can depend on the situation.

  7. That is very good advanced question. I have not get into that area yet as I am doing all the basic things first. The base must be different depending on your shot, how tight or how lose, where your opponent is taking shot(early or late). Also depending on which corner you hit your feet position must be different. Please disregards it in this clip as I am focusing on the key steps in jeneral terms. I will handle the points you are making some time middle or late this year.
    Lee

  8. Most of shots I am using bit higher then centre of the racket head but if I try to spin shot then I use off side spot to give longer spin. I am not trying use which part of my racket head it is done naturally. it is better to put all your focus and feelings to your opponent to gain as much information as possible. You are the first person who question me such detailed things. I can see how much you are into badminton. Thank you posting your question. Lee

  9. this video is very useful to me
    thanks!

  10. I am very pleased to know. Thank you too. Lee

  11. Excellent tips, thank you!

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