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  1. skills and Techniques of Badminton by: Group 7
  2. What is skills and techniques in playing badminton? •The fundamental skills of badminton are gripping the racket, using different strokes, proper serving form, engaging a strong stance, and footwork. General skills like hand-eye coordination, timing, perception, and anticipation are also very useful skills to excel in badminton.
  3. •The ability to do something well. •To be good at any sport you need to master the basics. Mastering the basic techniques and skills allows you to play consistently and improve. Badminton is a very beginner-friendly sport but difficult to master. Anybody can learn and master the basic skills for Badminton.
  4. Here are 8 basic skills you need to learn before to play Badminton: • Knowing how to warm up properly • The basic forehand and backhand grip • The basic six corners footwork • The split step/the ready stance • The basic shots • Hand-eye Coordination • Rhythm and Timing • Exercising your eyes • Perception and Anticipation • Tactical and Strategic thinking
  5. 1. Knowing how to warm up properly • Warming up is a combination of skill and a bit of know-how. Players of any level should know how to warm up properly before stepping on court for a match. We wrote an in-depth article on warming up properly for Badminton. It’s so important to do a full warm-up before playing to help avoid injuries. It’s also important because you’re ready to go right from the start of the match. You won’t need to get four-five rallies into the game before you feel like you’ve finally got in gear.
  6. 2. The basic six corners footwork • Footwork is crucial in Badminton. It’s been known that some coaches in China only teach beginners footwork from the beginning. They don’t teach any racquet skills until the player has mastered the basic footwork. They do this because it’s impossible to play good shots if you cannot reach the shuttle. In Badminton, once the shuttlecock touches the floor the rally is over so you need to be able to cover the court in order to play well.
  7. If you can master these six pieces of footwork for Badminton then you’re off to a good start. The six pieces of footwork are: • If you can master these six pieces of footwork for Badminton then you’re off to a good start. The six pieces of footwork are:  Travelling to the forehand side of the net  Travelling to the backhand side of the net  Covering the forehand mid-court  Covering the backhand mid-court  Moving to the forehand rear-court  Moving to the backhand rear-court
  8. 3. The split step/the ready stance •The split step is a technique used to get ready for the next shot. It’s used not only in Badminton but in sports like Tennis as well. It’s the basis of building good footwork and speed around the court. We have a great article detailing everything about the split step, make sure to read it in full.
  9. 4. The basic shots •There are so many varieties of shots in Badminton. Variants of shots include slicing the shuttle, tumbling the shuttle or hitting it at different angles with different swings. But they all have one original basic shot. For beginners here is a list of basic shots you should master first.
  10. The following are the basic shots  The serve (forehand or backhand)  The lift (sometimes called a lob)  The net shot  The block  The drop shot  The smash  The clear
  11. 5. Hand-eye coordination •It only comes with practice but having good hand-eye coordination is essential for Badminton. You can’t play Badminton if you can’t connect the racquet and shuttle. The best way to improve hand-eye coordination for Badminton is to play lots of Badminton.
  12. 6. Rhythm and timing • When you play Badminton, especially singles, getting a natural rhythm while you play is key to developing good footwork and creating consistency in your play. When we dance we use the music as our rhythm and that helps us relax and get into the flow. When playing Badminton you need to be able to find a rhythm of play that suits you. This can only come from playing a lot of purposeful practice and playing matches.
  13. 7. Exercising your eyes •Believe it or not but there are specific exercises that you can do to exercise your eyes! They basically help strengthen the muscles in and around your eyes. They mainly help with focusing your vision which in turn will help with your hand-eye coordination.
  14. 8. Tactical and strategic thinking •There are many ways to win a game of Badminton. Players and coaches use different tactics and strategies to win a match. Tactics are the shots we make, the set plays we try to repeat and the choices we make when backed into a corner. Tactics are the small steps and choices within each rally.
  15. basics skills And technique in playing badminton Hand gripping Use ONLY your thumb, index, and middle finger to control the racket. Your last 2 fingers should rest comfortably on the badminton grip to balance the weight of the racquet. By doing this, it enables your wrist to be more flexible and move more freely.
  16. Ready position You should be ready with a somewhat wide stance: your feet a little more than shoulder- width apart. You cannot simply stand there, feet together, as though waiting for a bus! Your weight should be lowered a little, with your knees slightly bent.
  17. Service Short and long Serve Long serve- you need to hit the shuttle cock using under hand fore hand stroke Short serve– you need to hit the shuttle cock using under hand back hand stroke.
  18. Stokes •Underarm forehand •Underarm backhand •Overhead forehand •Overhead backhand
  19. Footwork •Asterisk- you move side ways and back and forth.
  20. exercises: * give atlest 5 basic needs before playing badminton and its meaning.
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