Badminton: Type of shots and when to use them. Brian fahey and brandon sible Kin 460. Badminton Shots. Drop shot Overhead clear Smash. Drop Shot. The shuttle is hit softly. Shuttle hits the ground just after clearing net. Can be overhand or underhand. When to use a drop shot.
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Brian fahey and brandonsible
The shuttle is hit softly.
Shuttle hits the ground just after clearing net.
Can be overhand or underhand.
The drop shot is used to take advantage of an opponent who is positioned too deep in his/her zone.
This will make the opponent have to make a shot on the move, which will be tougher on them.
If done properly a drop shot will force your opponent out of position or possibly even score you a point.
Can be an attacking or defensive strike.
The main goal is to force your opponent to the back of his or her zone.
Allows you to regain proper position while shuttle is in the air.
The most aggressive and attacking stroke in badminton.
A high velocity overhead hit.
The steeper the angle the more effective the smash.
The only goal with this shot is to score a point.
To review, we went over the drop shot, the overhead clear, and the smash.
There are different times when each shot is appropriate.
When you use these shots effectively, it will increase your chance to win.