1. Front rubbing ①
Introduction to action: rub ball, rub left or right bottom of ball and bottom of ball holder with racket, make ball rotate to right or left and roll over net, rub ball, there is friction on right and friction left.
● Steps to take: turn sideways to right front of net, step forward with your right foot to lunge, body center of gravity is on your right foot, hold racket with your right hand, and hold racket loosely on right side of body Front, about shoulder height, rotate forearm slightly before hitting ball, extend wrist to bring racket forward on right side, right side of racket is slightly higher and inclined towards net, and left arm is naturally extended back to play role of balance .
Picture 01-1 Right friction ①P76:
Picture 01-2 Right friction ①P77-1:
Detailed explanation: When hitting ball with a right hand, forearm rotates outward, wrist is pulled away from abduction, and at same time, fingers move to control front and bottom of racket to "cut" holder ball and feathers, right grip and rubbing is mainly used when incoming ball is relatively close to net. When hitting ball, forearm is turned inward and wrist is slightly extended. , moving your fingers to move racket forward and down, and then forward to "pick and rub" bottom of ball holder.
Picture 01-3 Right friction ①P77-2:
●Practice with me:
Picture 01-4 Front friction ①:
Image 01-5. Friction right ①:
For more detailed illustrations, see pages 76-77 of Zhang Xi's book Learning to Play Badminton.
Second, backhand rubbing ①
Know action: when rubbing backhand, basically use forearm strength to reach forward, wrist to pull it back, and fingers to cut ball holder and feather forward; when rubbing a backhand, mainly use elbow. Stretch your knuckles to abduct your wrist slightly and rotate racket with your fingers so that surface of racket works from top to bottom and then up to grab and rub bottom of ball holder.
●Basic steps: The footwork in net must be fast, left foot presses on ground, right foot lunges forward to net, back is turned sideways to net, center of gravity is on right foot, and arm holding racket is extended forward, strike should be fast, wrist and hand should be naturally relaxed, forearm should be slightly raised, wrist should be bent forward, grip should be higher than surface of racket, and backhand should meet ball.
Picture 02-1 Rubbing back of hand ①P78:
Picture 02-2 Backhand rubbing ①P79-1:
Detailed explanation: When hitting ball, it mainly depends on combined force of extension and external rotation of forearm, as well as wrist from adduction to extension to push fingers off net to "lift". and rub ball The lateral bottom of support causes ball to roll on net with topspin When rubbing ball, pay attention to control surface of racket with your fingers and apply force with your fingers The point of impact should be high and close to net, and ball should be lapped as close to net as possible, stronger spin and roll, harder it is for opponent to strike back.
Picture 02-3 Rubbing back of hand ①P79-2:
●Practice with me:
Image 02-4. Backhand friction ①:
Image 02-5. Hand friction ①:
For more detailed illustrations, see pages 78-79 of Zhang Xi's book Learning to Play Badminton.
October 02, 2023