Practical tactics and skills for beginner badminton players in a real fight, learning four types of balls, breaking away from beginner level

Do you always fail to improve your skills while playing badminton? Always losing game and losing confidence in badminton? Always feeling physically unable to keep up? If answers to these three questions are all yes, sorry, that means you are a true beginner!

Many people can play badminton, but it's not easy to play badminton well. The editor has broken down actual badminton skills, hoping to help everyone improve their badminton skills. If you are a beginner, come and learn practical skills!

1. Release network:

Unleash net in active conditions:

Place ball in front of net with a forehand: When an opponent hits ball in front of net with a forehand, hold racket with a forehand. Cheto, ball bounces up as soon as it flies over net. and falls back.

Throwing ball with backhand in front of net: The basic steps before hitting ball are same as throwing ball from right in front of net, but direction is reversed. Hold racket with your backhand and aim ball backwards. .

Release net in passive conditions:

Put ball in front of net with a right hand strike: stretch arm as far forward as possible, loosen grip, angle between wrist and ground is almost 10°-15°. At moment of hitting ball, squeeze your fingers and hit ball up.

Backhand Net Hit: First, pull racket forward, stretching hips, back, shoulders, arms, then take a wide step, racket is almost parallel to bottom surface, but slightly pointing down. When you hit ball, pull your fingers up and lightly apply pressure so that ball just sticks to net and goes past.

2. Direct throw to midfield: This refers to return of ball just after player who blocked net and landed in front of attacking player from behind, which makes it impossible for opponent to continue to break ball, forcing opponent. to let go of net or take ball away. The ability to control opponent's hand is very high, because if it cannot be higher, it can be directly blocked by players in front of net. If it is too high after top it will be a high half court ball, which is best opportunity for opponent to break ball and score.

Given that a possible return path for opposition is to put ball into net or select backcourt, player returning ball from direct midfield must immediately catch up with front of defensive net while other player is retreating. be in charge of rear area, completing defensive formation and proceeding to transformation of attacking formation.

Third, Flat Kick: Flat Kick refers to an attack where ball hits below shoulder, with a flatter arc of flight, with higher ball speed, close to height of net, and is thrown into opponent's field. ball, waist rotation should be used to control strength of forearm, wrist and fingers for a quick and harmonious application of force. Try to hit ball in front of side of body as often as possible, which will help rotate lower back and forearm to rotate in and out.

If your opponent's ball is flying towards you and you don't have time to dodge it, don't hit ball with your forehand. it is necessary to use strength of index finger well to hit ball. When backhand is drawn flat, it is very important to press thumb forward to apply force.

Fourth, ball friction:

There are two ways to practice: first, two people drive ball around net, second, your partner throws ball and you rub ball. These two methods must be practiced and cannot be interchanged with each other. .

Rubbing ball is more about testing sensation, so looser grip on racket better, and looser finger sharper sensation.

September 29, 2023