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Badminton-The most important positioning in doubles after low or flick service

Badminton-The most important positioning in doubles after low or flick service


ok, come ok now positioning, ok when you do low service, when you do flick service how you change your position ok now James, there I am ready to serve ya, there if I serve it short then I stand there and then you can do that ok, I am ready so James your timing must be the same ok, ready don’t take it ok, service, ready ok, now flick I have to move back and then ready so, now from there to me is cross from there to you is straight shorter or faster, faster so you have to move backwards stop there I will come forward a little bit like this so, from there to me the distance is equal to you because of cross and straight if you stay closer, I have too much time and for you difficult ok, ready and then when I do ready, you do ready together ok, don’t take ready ok, again with out shuttle cock flick back a little bit, ya ok, ready one more flick yes, the other side ready, ya side by side, some player put right foot forward or left foot forward when I am serving so when I am serving you should be side by side ready, low ready low, ready flick very good, backward little bit no no you are right ya, because I am forward ok again flick ready yes, excellent ya, ready I say short, you say short short, short yes short and then ready ready short ok short well done short yes ok, now long (flick) long (flick) together ready long (flick) too big ya together because opponent can hit any side so your timing should be same ok, ready long (flick) yes ok, not like that, like this ready, long (flick) very good , excellent ok, Sean you do it ready short ready short ok, long (flick) long (flick) haha, you did not serve long (flick), half serve long (flick) Sean you are too far, because you served here its cross, ok come closer ready long (flick) excellent, one more long (flick) ya good, yes change the other side ready short common timing short ya, hit and then ready hit and then ready short ok one more short ok, now long (flick) ready long (flick) stop, that’s very good, you are closer and you are deeper because, shuttle is here it will be fast to you and it gets longer to you so you can move forward ok, ready long (flick) yes, one more long (flick) well done Sean ready short ready short ready, long (flick) long (flick) ready long (flick) yes, ready one more long (flick) well done long (flick) again short ya, two more short long (flick) excellent Sean you decide it short no watch me, watch your opponent long (flick) short long (flick) excellent James, the other side short ok short long (flick) yup short ok change short long (flick) good short long (flick) well done

Comments (36)

  1. Most of the recreational player do not know this kind of training…also am i. With your video we'll upgrade our training to the right one…Thank Mr. Lee.

  2. I am very happy to know that you find this clip beneficial to you. Thank you for posting your comment. Lee

  3. You are very welcome. Lee

  4. Thank you for psrting your comment and I am very pleased to know. Lee

  5. Nice lesson, and it's easily understood, great. But is the 'jump-stance' really necessary 😉

  6. I say yes it is as it will give you much more ability to change direction fast. Please see more clips on the step one. Lee

  7. Great advice. It has made an impressive advantage to my game 5*

  8. I am so pleased to know that and thank you for posting your comment. Lee

  9. Can I ask with the flick service, if opponent jump slice and drops straight near the net. Who would be in charge of taking shuttle since server is moving back and back player is slightly behind. I asked this because there was a few times I got caught with the slice shot and while moving behind it is difficult to change directions and get there on time. Partner is also slightly back and with the jump slice shot the shuttle is coming at a sharper angle and closer to net.

  10. 1. both of you should be ready before opponent makes the shot. It feels that both of you are just a little bit too late to ready for opponent shot.
    2. if the shot comes to the centre between both of you then who ever feel it faster shoud move.
    3. Your flick may be already seen by your opponent. If you filck is good then he should not able to do such effective good shot.

    Lee

  11. I agree with 1 and 2 thank you. But for no 3, if you are ready and able to do a smash for a flick, would it also be the same to do a slice shot since a slice drop is usually hit from a little bit further back then smash. Or course if the player is late then he will have no choice but to clear. I am just trying to understand better so I can learn and I'm not trying to blindly argue or agree on your comments. Thanks Lee. ~Shaun

  12. Yes I do agree with me. I did make that order to make people see the points clear but you have a very good point and I agree with you. Lee

  13. Thank you Lee. Your points and videos have help me tremendously in my game.

  14. I am very pleased to know and thank you for posting your comment. Lee

  15. I can play by both hands, left and right too,can i play in game with both hands?

  16. As I have not been done umpairing for sometime, so I am not able to sday 100% but I think you can play with two hands. But normally it is better to play with one hand as it si much faster. Using two hands is ok with opponent lose shots but not good with fast attacking shots. Lee

  17. Thank you so much.
    I will try it.

  18. There is a clip for your question. Please have look. It is similar to the level doubles but female player must move to the cross court to the shuttlecock. Lee

  19. Thanks for the video coach. But I have a question. Why the 'jump' when you are waiting for the return shot of your service? Is it for alertness?

  20. Because of the small jump you can react much faster then otherwise. Lee

  21. Excuse me, but can i ask if the opponent drops the shuttle after a long serve. who should take the ball?

  22. the player who positioned where the shuttlecock land. Lee

  23. wow… This is awesome coach!

  24. it will be better if a microphone is used so that there will be no echo and also more clearer sound. This is just a suggestion coach Lee

  25. I love watching his video.He is incredible.Wished in my school days i would have watched his videos…
    Thanks Coach Sir

  26. Hello sir as I watch ur videos regular I had improvise alot .. I need a suggestions sir what shld b our strategy against a gud players n hw we can dis mantle them in doubles…

  27. Hi coach Lee, I am wondering how to go back and ready after my flick service to my opponent. Should I push off my right foot or my left foot first ? And how many steps to count to go back and ready ? I am a right hander. Thanks a lot.

  28. At 1:17 you say "if you stay closer I have too much time and for you difficult". Too much time for what? And And isn't more time available for you better? And what does your opponent's position have to do with how much time you have?

  29. In doubles where should a left handed play

  30. Thank you sir
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  31. Hello Lee, I pointed a few things in this video.
    1) During defence, if a player moves a bit back by returning a clear shot, it would be very difficult to return a straight drop from the opponent.
    2) The service of both the young players are wrong. They are supposed to keep their left leg forward if they serve with left hand and vice versa.

    If I am wrong please correct me because I am eager to learn something new.

  32. Coach, your videos are amazing!

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