Similarly one may ask, what is the backhand grip in badminton?
The backhand grip, also known as the thumb grip, is similar to the forehand grip except the complete bottom of the thumb is in contact with the 3rd bevel and the index finger is lowered down to a position below the thumb.
Beside above, what type of grip should be used when hitting a backhand shot in badminton?
The bevel grip is used for: Backhand rear-court shots (clears, drops and smashes)
What are the two types of grip?
They are the Shakehand Grip and the Penhold Grip.
Go ahead and hold the racquet as if you’re shaking someone’s hand. Your thumb should be pressing comfortably against one of the wider surface of the racquet grip while the rest of your hand holds the racquet as if you’re shaking a person’s hand. The way you hold your racket can affect the flexibility of your wrist.
These include ready position, side step (chasse), lunge, scissor kick, crossover step and three-step return to mid court.
Continental Tennis Forehand Grip—
This grip can be otherwise known as the hammer grip or the handshake grip. Place your palm on the upper right slant bevel, 45 degrees counterclockwise from the Eastern grip. Now, your racket face tilts upward, naturally lending toward slice.
7 Steps To Perfect Forehand Technique
- Use The Right Grip. A tennis forehand is never going to be consistent without a grip that works for the player. …
- Proper Prep Work. …
- Dropping The Racquet. …
- Acceleration On The Right Swing Path. …
- Follow Through. …
- Knee Bend. …
- Adding Variety To The Mix.
The weight of your body will be centered on the front leg, which allows players to rotate strongly around the ball. While on the forehand side, players utilize the Open Stance more often because of its quicker preparation, on the backhand side the neutral stance is the most used.