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Badminton MXD PART 1 — rotations

Badminton MXD PART 1 — rotations


Mixed Doubles Here’s an easy way to look at the opponent’s court Here’s an easy way to look at the opponent’s court Here’s an easy way to look at the opponent’s court ” O ” =the woman
” X “=the man ” O ” =the woman
” X “=the man traditional MXD positions traditional MXD positions side by side to play defense side by side to play defense whether side by side or traditional; you should look at your opponents’ court this way whether side by side or traditional; you should look at your opponents’ court this way whether side by side or traditional; you should look at your opponents’ court this way whether side by side or traditional; you should look at your opponents’ court this way this space left or right of the woman — in front of the man left or right of the woman — in front of the man left or right of the woman — in front of the man left or right of the woman — in front of the man left or right of the woman — in front of the man behind or AT the woman behind or AT the woman behind or AT the woman behind or AT the woman behind or AT the woman behind the man behind the man or pushing the man back you can sit on defense if you hit deep to the man you can sit on defense if you hit deep to the man you can sit on defense if you hit deep to the man you can sit on defense if you hit deep to the man you can sit on defense if you hit deep to the man everything depends on where the woman is on the court everything depends on where the woman is on the court everything depends on where the woman is on the court the woman dictates where you will hit to on your opponents’ court the woman dictates where you will hit to on your opponents’ court the woman dictates where you will hit to on your opponents’ court the woman dictates where you will hit to on your opponents’ court the woman dictates where you will hit to on your opponents’ court the woman dictates where you will hit to on your opponents’ court the woman dictates where you will hit to on your opponents’ court the woman dictates where you will hit to on your opponents’ court the woman dictates where you will hit to on your opponents’ court the woman dictates where you will hit to on your opponents’ court that’s how you should look at a mixed
court What if the MXD team is very good What if the MXD team is very good just like in single it cuts down the angles just like in single it cuts down the angles just like in single it cuts down the angles just like in single it cuts down the angles just like in single it cuts down the angles just like in single it cuts down the angles minimizes the angle minimizes the angle flat shots to the center of the court flat shots to the center of the court flat shots to the center of the court flat shots to the center of the court flat shots to the center of the court setup shots look like this setup shots look like this setup shots look like this setup shots look like this setup shots look like this Attacking shots look like this Attacking shots look like this — at or behind the woman Attacking shots look like this — at or behind the woman safe shots look like this — to the deep back safe shots look like this — to the deep back safe shots look like this — to the deep back safe shots look like this — to the deep back to recap thank you for watching thank you for watching

Comments (4)

  1. Pratipat. if you have time have a read of my basic mixed doubles tactics page.  I wrote this when I was living and coaching in Asia. I stopped writing on my return so never did get to part 2.
    http://badmintoncoachingplus.blogspot.co.uk/2007/10/mixed-doubles-part-1.html

  2. Gerry, I've read what you wrote about mixed doubles. I agree with just about everything. It's like you said, " basic mixed doubles tactics." I wish you luck on finishing part 2.

  3. gerry471, Have a look at my video on the 3 phases of doubles. I think you could possibly use the information for your Part 2 of MXD.

  4. Hello Pratipat, thanks for this useful video. I'm not a native speaker so I don't know what you mean by a set up shot. And why can't we make a safe shot behind the lady ? Thanks. Also, would you have tips for the lady to go back to the front court after receiving a flick serve ? Thank you.

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