Zum Abschluss noch die Varianten beim Service. (1) Netzdrop (2) Netzclear (3) Drive (4) Clear (5) Drop (6). Ablauf: Es wird mit einem langen, hohen Vorhand-Aufschlag gestartet. Danach spielen beide Spieler so lange Clear bis einer der beiden mit einem Drop das. Doppelstunde Badminton. 4. Doppelstunde 8: Einführung Rückhand-Unterhand-Clear. Vertiefung Zentrale Position (ganzes Feld) sowie der. Laufwege im Feld.
Schlagarten im BadmintonDoppelstunde Badminton. 4. Doppelstunde 8: Einführung Rückhand-Unterhand-Clear. Vertiefung Zentrale Position (ganzes Feld) sowie der. Laufwege im Feld. Gk Badminton. Drop. Auch Stoppball genannt. Kurzer Ball knapp hinter das Netz (5). Er ist besonders wirkungsvoll, wenn bei der Schlagbewegung ein Clear. Monatsthema 09/ Badminton – Shuttle Time. Wichtigste Schläge 4 Clear. 5 Drop. 6 Smash. Flugkurve. Schlagbezeichnung Griff. 1. Netzdrop. Rückhand.
Badminton Clear What are the different types of clear shots in badminton? VideoBadminton Lesson #6 - Clear Shot
The offensive clear shots have a different flavor to them. Instead of being a purely defensive shot that is done in order to test the waters, the offensive clear shot adds one gear to the speed of the rally.
In this case, the trajectory of the shuttle is not raising during the flight but is mostly flat, keeping the same height for almost all its flight until it slows down enough to start falling because of the loss in speed.
This type of shot is riskier because you will have less time to reach the base position after performing it.
Moreover, because the trajectory of the shuttle is flat, your opponent can catch the shuttle halfway the flight, which would give you even less time to reach the base position.
The advantage is that, if you place it correctly and your opponent cannot reach the point comfortably before having to shoot back, you can create a position of advantage in the rally and start having the initiative.
This can be especially useful when you direct your shot to the backhand of your opponent because usually the capacity to recover from that position is lower for most players.
As with the defensive shots, the forehand offensive clear forehand shot is the one that is performed with your forehand.
Out of the four types of clear shots, this is probably the one that will be less used. Because players usually have a weaker backhand than forehand and, therefore, whenever you are playing with your backhand, you are in a position of disadvantage.
As a result, playing an offensive clear backhand shot might not be a very good idea, even if you have the ability to perform it, which can be tricky even for intermediate players.
As we said at the beginning of the post, clear shots are mostly used in singles, but they can have a small use also in doubles.
In singles, there is a phase on the point which is called neutral play. Here, you are testing the waters in order to find a weakness on your partner and gain an advantage.
During this phase of the rally, clear shots are widely used because they are low-risk shots. As in finance, low risk means low returns, so you will hardly ever win a rally with a clear shot, but it can be useful in order to start building up a good attack.
Another moment where you can use a clear shot is when you are at a disadvantage and you need some time in order to recover your posture and position.
In this case, a defensive clear shot can help you gain a few extra seconds that can help you go back to a less disadvantageous position.
The risk with a very defensive shot is that, if it falls very short from the rear line, your opponent might have an easy time attacking it and winning the rally.
Follow through with your swing even after you hit the shuttle. Shuffle your Racket Foot forward as you swing your racket forward.
After hitting your stroke, your body should face forward. Both feet should point forward. Important Tips and Advice. Beginners should always learn to hit the Overhead Clear before learning any other badminton shots.
This shot can be performed using the badminton overhead stroke and the underarm stroke. The defensive clear keeps the shuttle in the air for quite a while.
This gives you some extra time before your opponent is able to hit it. Click here to see the tutorial for the defensive badminton clear. Badminton Drop Shot.
The badminton drop shot is semi-offensive. The defensive clear explained above slows down the pace of the game — because it keeps the shuttle in the air for quite a while.
Auch über eine Schnur oder Netz; Abstände erweitern. Schaffen einer Bewegungsvorstellung. Step 2 After holding the racket with the backhand grip now drop the racket to you back side so that there is a gap between your palm and racket, the motive of this is to hold the racket with the fingers and not with your fist.
Step 3 is to keep your arm very loose if you are tensing your arm you are not going to be able to hit the backhand shot. Tie a shuttle in your home with your ceiling using a thread and keep the height of the shuttle to your racket height highest contact point of your racket while you are in step 4.
Now start hitting the backhand shot to the shuttle this will improve your timing and contact point.
This one is my favorite, cover your racket face with sometihng so that air cannot pass through it i use racket bag and now start imitating the backhand swing.
The attacking clear is used to make your opponent out of position so that you can make the final shot to win the rally! As you can see in the above diagram the clear is having a sharp angle which gives less time to an opponent to react and is very effective in singles and doubles for making the opponents out of position.
Suppose you are playing with a slow player and by slow I mean that his footwork is more relaxed, he is able to reach your shots but not moving with much explosive power, now a normal player will think that I should increase my footwork speed to beat this player.