Fooling your opponent
Deception is about communicating with your opponent — but the message you’re sending is a lie. You are lying to him with your body and your racket. This lie is a false action — you show him a shot that you’re not really going to play.
One may also ask, what is deceptive shot?
22.01. 2015. In the deceptive shot, the shuttle is put into play which makes your opponent think you will use the overhead clear. The game of the badminton requires stamina, concentration, speed, strategies, types of equipment, strokes, the position of the shuttlecock and the receiving player, spin, grip and much more.
In this regard, how do do badminton tricks?
Are trick shots allowed in badminton?
The truth is, trickshots in badminton rarely work. … But to give you the best advice for being a better badminton player, I would suggest that you leave most of your repertoire out of the games you actually want to win!
Service court errors
A service court error has been made when a player has served out of turn, has served from the wrong service or standing on the wrong service court while being prepared to receive the service and it has been delivered.
Deception is a major relational transgression that often leads to feelings of betrayal and distrust between relational partners. Deception violates relational rules and is considered to be a negative violation of expectations. … It also forms a vital part of psychological warfare in denial and deception.
A building shot is any shot played with the purpose of creating opportunities to win the rally. Think of it like this: you are building the foundations of an attack.
Basic Badminton Shots
- Clear shot. Trajectory: high, towards the back court. Played from: Back court. …
- Drop. Trajectory: Looping close to the net. …
- Drive. Trajectory: Flat, towards the body. …
- Smash. Trajectory: Close to the net. …
- Net Lift. Trajectory: high, towards the back court. …
- Net Kill. Trajectory: Flat and downwards.
There are five different types of badminton shots or strokes: Serves, clears, smashes, drives and drops.
1 Lee Chong Wei’s 408 km per hour (kmh) missile at last year’s Hong Kong Open has been recognised as the most powerful smash in badminton since September, close to the top speed clocked by the fastest production car in the world.