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BadmintonBadminton Gripping TechniqueHow to Hold a Badminton RacketThe correct way of holding a racquet is as simple as a FRIENDLY HANDSHAKE. Imagine the grip of the racquet as a hand approaching to shake your hand. Go ahead and hold the racquet as if you’re shaking someone’s hand.Forehand Badminton Gripping Technique
Your thumb does not necessarily have to press against the wider surface of the badminton grip for a forehand stroke.Your index finger should be the one “in control” in a forehand stroke. This simply means using your index finger to push the racquet forward while doing a forehand stroke.However, rest your thumb comfortably anywhere near the wider surface of the badminton grip to enable you to change to a backhand grip quickly.Badminton StanceBasically there’re 3 types of badminton stances, they are:Attacking StanceTo get into the attacking stance,Turn your body facing the side of the court.Place your racket leg behind; your non-racket leg forward.

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