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Badminton Workshop for Beginner (Part 1). First step to becoming a better badminton player. Techniques Create Excitement. Yonex All England Super Series Anthony Clark, Donna Kelogg Vs. Zheng Bo, Gao Ling http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mj4HfD3Gotw. Workshop Overview. Rules Equipment

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badminton workshop for beginner part 1

Badminton Workshop for Beginner (Part 1)

First step to becoming a better badminton player

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techniques create excitement
Techniques Create Excitement

Yonex All England Super Series

Anthony Clark, Donna Kelogg

Vs. Zheng Bo, Gao Ling

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mj4HfD3Gotw

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workshop overview
Workshop Overview
  • Rules
  • Equipment
  • Techniques
  • Training
  • Questions

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rules
Rules

The Court

Scoring System

Start a Game

Faults

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rules the court
Rules: The Court

SINGLE

DOUBLE

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rules scoring system
Rules: Scoring System

Court divides into 4 quadrants

Serving is determine by odd/even score

(e.g) Serving 13-10, person on odd quadrant serves

EVEN

ODD

ODD

EVEN

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Rules: Scoring System

New BWF scoring system: 21 points per game

Score awarded for each serve

Server switches serving quadrant when win a point

Best out of 3 game decides match

Interval when the leading score is 11 (switch court if 3rd game of match)

At 20-20, 2 points to win

At 29-29, 1 point to win

Winner of previous game serves first in next game

SWITCH!

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rules start a game
Rules: Start a Game

TOSS the shuttle upward to decide right of service

Serve starts from the right side (EVEN side)

EVEN

ODD

ODD

EVEN

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rules faults
Rules: Faults

Out of bounds, passes through or under nets, fail to go over the net, touch ceiling, side wall or any object on the person

Initial point of contact with shuttle on the other side of the net

Player touches the net or supports, invade the other court

Double hit

Deliberate distractions (can ignore)

A ‘LET’ is allowed for any unforeseen occurrences

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equipments
Equipments

Racket

Shuttlecock

String

Shoes

Accessories

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techniques basic skills
Techniques: Basic Skills

Grip

Serve

Clear

Drop Shots

Drive

Smash

Net Play

Footwork

Defensive

Offensive

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techniques grips overview
Techniques: Grips Overview

Basic Grip

Thumb Grip

  • Increases power and accuracy
  • Increases shuttle control
  • Improve defense
  • Allow variety of shots by switching between grip

Forehand

Backhand

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grips basic grip
Grips: Basic Grip
  • Serve
  • Clear
  • Drop shots
  • Drive
  • Smash
  • Net play

Restrict Control

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Grips: Basic Grip

Decrease Control

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Grips: Basic Grip

Correct

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Grips: Basic Grip

Holding position

Too Low

Correct

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grips thumb grip
Grips: Thumb Grip
  • Serve
  • Clear
  • Drop shots
  • Drive
  • Smash
  • Net play

No Power

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Grips: Thumb Grip

Correct

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grips in motion
Grips: In Motion

Relax grip before impact

Tighten grip upon impact

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techniques serves overview
Techniques: Serves Overview
  • First shot that decides whether you are going to play defensively or offensively
  • Sloppy serve puts you at a disadvantage
  • A good serve creates an opportunity for attack
  • Types of Serve
    • Low Serve
    • High Serve
    • Flick serve
    • Drive serve

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serving standing location
Serving: Standing Location

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serving where to serve
Serving: Where to Serve?

Straight down the centerline

Wide toward the sidelines

Direct at the receiver

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Serving: Where to Serve?

Low serve travels just above the net and land at front court

High serve travels high then falls straight down

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serving single
Serving: SINGLE

SINGLE

EVEN

EVEN

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serving double
Serving: DOUBLE

DOUBLE

EVEN

A good serve creates an opportunity for attack

EVEN

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serving forehand
Serving: Forehand

Forehand Serve: Low

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAwKKcG48H4

1:00

Forehand Serve: High

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrBhJSTAiH8&feature=related

1:08

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serving backhand
Serving: Backhand

Backhand Serve: Low & High

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvdIh5E_opU

1:58

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techniques clear overview
Techniques: Clear Overview
  • Gives you more time to prepare for the next shot
  • A clear to the backcourt creates more empty space in the frontcourt to place your shot
  • Types of Clear
    • Forehand
    • Backhand
    • Underarm
    • Around the head

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clear forehand
Clear: Forehand
  • Defensive Clear
  • Attacking Clear

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Clear: Forehand
  • Defensive Clear
  • Attacking Clear

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Clear: Forehand

Forehand Clear

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhe_rRJR9_Y&feature=related

1:00

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clear underarm
Clear: Underarm

Use when shuttle is close at net

Lift shuttle as high as possible to the backcourt

Gives yourself time to prepare for the next shot

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techniques drop shot overview
Techniques: Drop Shot Overview
  • Force opponent to move to the front court, exposing space in the midcourt
  • Creates offensive advantage
  • Types of Drop Shots:
    • Slow Drop Shot
    • Fast Drop Shot

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Drop Shot: Slow Drop Shot

Shuttle lands very close to net

Forces a weak return from opponent into your midcourt

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drop shot fast drop shot
Drop Shot: Fast Drop Shot

Shuttle lands into the sides of midcourt

Reduce response time

Catch opponent off balance

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drop shot forehand
Drop Shot: Forehand

Forehand Drop

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h01NGQRW_IY

0:55

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drop shot backhand
Drop Shot: Backhand

Backhand Drop

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njKjO7-RdOk&feature=related

0:55

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techniques drive push overview
Techniques: Drive/Push Overview

Sends the shuttle flatly across the net

Forces opponents to make a weak return

Aims at the sides or near the frontcourt

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Drive/Push: Forehand

Forehand Drive

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e826uzJ7gYg

0:55

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drive push backhand
Drive/Push: Backhand

Backhand Drive

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgtOwCsQRYs

0:55

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badminton workshop part 2
Badminton Workshop: Part 2

Smash Compilations

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiaA__hN_hQ

Net Plays

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=482ufYUa5Ns

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questions
QUESTIONS?
  • References:
    • http://www.badmintonbible.com/
    • http://www.badminton-information.com/badminton-techniques.html
    • http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=Bojanglesbadminton#g/search

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