Badminton-Forehand Deceptive Across Net Shot

Badminton-Forehand Deceptive Across Net Shot

Forehand Deceptive Across Net Shot I am going to show you forehand deceptive across net shot which is show the opponent straight shot and then show him again lifting and then do cross shot so there are 3 actions involved which make very deceptive have a look what I mean by that first one show very clearly to your opponent net straight shot and then go down, so looks like lifting and then do across so there are 2 false actions and then at last change the direction like this as you see now I showed very clearly, quickly straight and then down and then across this is much more deceptive than this kind of across shot in this way my opponent can see what I am doing the important thing is hold the shuttle longer soon as possible when shuttle is left opponent racket then that goes first quickly when I hold like this then opponent cannot move when I am holding I am not just holding the shuttle cock I am holding my opponent make him stop there and then show him false action and then change the direction compare this one first 3 shots is holding watch this please now, I don’t see this is holding different from this one you can do other deceptions too like this so make same posture and then change it that way you can control your opponent how to practice make numbers 1 2 3 which means holding that is 1 and put racket down, looks like lifting that is number 2 and change is number 3 so you can practice, imagine shuttle cock and practice like this 1 2 3 1 23 1 2 3 the last 3 from 2 has to be quicker 1 23 rather than 1 2 3 change make the last action quicker so, I am giving very very little time to my opponent to see actual shot but if I do 1 2 3 then my opponent will have more time to see actual shot but if I do like this 1 23 1 23 1 23 have a look again 1 23 1 23 1 23 1 23 1 23 this way shot will be very deceptive and posture also should be lower and focussed to the shuttle like this like that ready 1 23 1 23 1 23 1 23 rather than there is no focus try to compare make deceptions, in these days in order to be a winner player should be able to control opponents in order to control opponents deception is crucially important in this deception grip is important as you see now the grip should be near to neutral grip because this net shot is very sensitive so, the racket should be hold by finger end of finger areas and like that there should be room so you will have very good feelings if you have this kind of grip for this technique deceptive net shot then this is not the right grip this kind of grip is for power, not for very sensitive shots this is the right grip for forehand across deceptive net shot in this way the angle of shot can be changed very quickly have a look again please 1 23 1 23 1 23 if you make initial posture same, equal then you can create many deceptive shots from that posture which is this do that and then change it I hope you will be enjoying this technique and be able to use it in real match

Comments (9)

  1. Perfect example of this on /watch?v=Lg02w5Eeiyo&feature=fvwrel at 0:53 by lin dan!

  2. This is Cool to Learn Thanks Mr.Lee

  3. You are very welcome. Lee

  4. 本当に分かり易くて、参考にさせて頂いてます

  5. You are James Bond in Badminton tutorials 🙂 

  6. Thank you Mr. Lee, I have improved my game a lot by learning from you.

  7. Absolutely amazing

  8. If I can ask a question Coach…if the shuttle is coming acutely cross net towards us, which way should we be facing to make this cross net return? I understand in this video the shuttle is coming straight line from the opponent.

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