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CHAPTER 4 Badminton Strokes 1. FOREHAND STROKE the stroke used to return the shuttlecock to the right of a right-handed player or to the left of the left-handed player (the palm of the hand facing the direction of the stroke). OVERHEAD FOREHAND STROKE UNDERARM FOREHAND STROKE 2. BACKHAND STROKE the stroke used to return the shuttlecock to left of a right-handed player or to the right of a left-handed player (the back of your hand is facing the shuttle). OVERHEAD BACKHAND STROKE UNDERARM BACKHAND STROKE 3. DRIVE the fast shot that makes the shuttlecock fly horizontally, over the net. FOREHAND DRIVE - Adopt the forehand grip. - Lead with your racket leg and side step towards the shuttle on your forehand. - Your racket foot shall be pointing towards the sideline. - Lock your wrist and draw your racket arm back in a sidearm, backswing motion. - Your forehand grip and backswing place the racket parallel to the floor with your palm up. - Put your body weight on your racket leg as you swing your racket arm forward. - Extend your racket arm, roll your forearm over, and contact the shuttle as your wrist unlocks.
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