PREPARED BY:FAIZA SAEEDLECTURER PHYSICAL EDUCATIONYUC,WOMEN’S CAMPUSFUNDAMNETAL SKILLS OF BADMINTON GAMEPHYSICAL EDUCATION I & II(PRACTICAL COMPONENT)PE 101 & 102
BADMINTON EQUIPMENTSRACKETSHUTTLE COCKSNET WITH POLESPLAYING COURT
SHUTTLE COCKFEAHTER SHUTTLE COCK WITH 16 FEAHTERS
PLAYING COURT OF THE BADMINTON GAME
FUNDAMENTAL SKILLSRACKET GRIPSTANCE OR READY POSITIONSERVICES (FOREHAND, BACKHAND,FLICK)FOREHAND OVER HEAD DRIVE OR CLEARBACK HAND OVER HEAD DRIVE OR CLEARFOREHAND UNDERHAND CLEARBACKHAND UNDERHAND CLEARDROP SHOTSMASHBASIC FOOTWORK
BASIC GRIP OF THE BADMINTON RACKETForehand "Shake hands" type of grip Face of racket perpendicular to floor Little finger should be at the end or "butt" of the racket A "V" will be formed by the thumb and pointer finger on top of the racket handle
BASIC GRIP OF THE BADMINTON RACKETBackhand Same grip as the forehand can be used OR, Use the THUMB UP GRIP Rotate the racket slightly so the thumb is along the wide side of the racket
FOREHAND HIGH SERVICEUse this badminton serve during singles play to move your opponent as far back in courtas possible, thus opening up his court. Be more cautious if you use this serve during doubles. Opponents with strong attacking abilities will work this serve to your disadvantage.