Here are nine basic skills you need to learn to play Badminton:
- Knowing how to warm up properly.
- The basic forehand and backhand grip.
- The basic six corners footwork.
- The split step or the ready stance.
- The basic shots.
- Perception and anticipation.
- Hand-eye coordination.
- Rhythm and timing.
Correspondingly, what are the five badminton skills?
The 5 basic skills in badminton involve your:
Herein, how does a performer hit a shuttlecock in badminton?
Extend your racket elbow towards the shuttlecock, with non-racket shoulder rotating backwards. Make contact with the shuttlecock as high as possible in front of your body. Extend your elbow and flex your wrist on contact. … Hit the shuttlecock at a flat trajectory, allowing it to drop just over the net.
What is the most difficult skill in badminton?
The backhand clear is considered by most players and coaches to be the most difficult basic stroke in the game, since precise technique is needed in order to muster enough power for the shuttlecock to travel the full length of the court.
In badminton, the forehand clear is the first and most essential skill for novices to learn. Most beginners will start learning badminton by going through rallies – continuously hitting the shuttlecock high up in the air back and forth for as long as possible.
The 4 grips used in badminton are:
- Forehand grip.
- Backhand grip.
- Bevel grip.
- Panhandle grip.
In badminton, a grip is a way of holding the racket in order to hit shots during a match. The most commonly used grip is the orthodox forehand grip. Most players change grips during a rally depending on whether it is a forehand or backhand shot. A grip is also the wrapping around the handle of the racket.
There are 3 basic serves; High Serve (used in singles only, Low Serve (used in both singles and doubles) and Flick serve (used in doubles).