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Badminton-What Destroys Your Smash Defence (2) Giving up one side


What Destroys Your Smash Defence (2) Giving up one side Some players they worry about smash no confidence they decide to give up one side they hope for opponent hit shuttlecock in that side he lift shuttle cock and then instead of he ready for both sides he ready that way and he move from the center he moved little bit more that side and then ready for backhand more like that so he is ready for backhand for 70-80% and then leave 10 to 20% there but I am against this idea what happens if he opponent is bit clever he will smash there if smash comes here he will be late he will be late another problem if you are trained this way its ok when shuttle is over there because he will be ready more backhand that’s ok because shuttle is coming this direction but what if this person is waiting here and the shuttle is over there shuttle is coming from there to here he cannot be ready for backhand as he trains he has to ready more both ways there so I don’t like this mindset of this player because its difficult to cover both sides he give up one side and then cover the other side too much this makes some part of his badminton weak this makes some part of his badminton not strong. There are weaknesses if opponent is bit clever he will attack that path so I want this player be ready both sides and train to cover both ways. So in that way whether he is there whether he is there whether he is there he is ready for both sides smash both sides please so ready here there ready there ready there ready there ready ready like this like that so too much gap if shuttle comes here he can only do block or lift he can’t drive there he can’t lift cross, he can’t do cross net. Very limited shots he can do so do not give up one side ready for both sides CoachingBadminton.com

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