How to Hit the Overhead Badminton Backhand Clear
- Quickly switch to the Backhand Grip. …
- Turn your body to face the rear court. …
- The picture on the left explains the Backhand Stroke. …
- Take the shuttle at the highest point possible.
- As you hit the shuttle, stomp your Racket Foot on the ground.
Moreover, how do you improve backhand smash in badminton?
Keeping this in consideration, why is backhand important in badminton?
As with the forehand clear, the purpose of this shot is to get the shuttle over your opponents head and force them as close to the rear court as you can. A backhand clear is usually only played when a player is not in a position to play a forehand (’round the head’) shot and as such, this is a defensive shot.
What are the 5 shots in badminton?
There are five different types of badminton shots or strokes: Serves, clears, smashes, drives and drops.
- A match consists of the best of three games of 21 points.
- The player/pair winning a rally adds a point to its score.
- At 20-all, the player/pair which first gains a 2-point lead wins that game.
- At 29-all, the side scoring the 30th point wins that game.
- The player/pair winning a game serves first in the next game.
Taufik is the ONLY badminton player capable of hitting such powerful backhand smashes. I think he holds the record of hitting the fastest backhand smash (260 km per hour). So far he is the only person to ever hit such a powerful backhand smashes during a competition.
To fire in here are three ways on how to smash in badminton step by step for beginners.
- Forehand Smash Technique. A forehand smash is an overhead smash that a player hits with all the tempo downwards. …
- Backhand Smash Technique. This badminton smash is a tough and perfectly offensive shot. …
- Jumping Smash Technique.
When you’re about to make contact with the shuttle, perform a powerful flick with your wrist. Hit the shuttle with a quick “snapping” motion with the flick of your wrist. Your wrist action along with your backhand swinging motion is the source of power for the badminton backhand.
How Many Serves Do You Get in Badminton? You get a single serve (1) in badminton. You lose the point if you fail the serve, whether it is a fault, not hitting the shuttlecock in-bounds, or not hitting the shuttlecock over the net.
For the first point of any game, the server stands to the right of the center point of the baseline and serves diagonally across the net to the left side (from the server’s perspective) of the court, into the service box which extends to the service line about midway into the opponent’s court.