Badminton - Badminton Backhand Technique Backhand Grip Hold the racquet as if you are shaking someone's hand Your thumb should be resting comfortably

Badminton - Badminton Backhand Technique Backhand Grip Hold...

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Badminton: Backhand Technique Backhand Grip: Hold the racquet as if you are shaking someone's hand. Your thumb should be resting comfortably on one of the wider surfaces of the racquet grip. In order to execute strong badminton strokes with high accuracy, your wrist needs to be flexible. To ensure that it is, make sure not to grip your racquet too tightly and use only your thumb, index, and middle finger to control the racket. - Holding your racket gently will also allow you to switch easily between the forehand and backhand grip. Backhand Serve - Posture and Foot Position -Stand upright with your chest parallel to the net and with your dominant foot forward. Position yourself at the corner of either service court, where the center line meets the short service line. Put your dominant foot forward and the weak foot back. Your dominant foot should be right at the corner where the center line and short service line intersect.

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