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LESSON 3 BASIC SKILLS IN BADMINTON Introduction Playing badminton is fun, but takes a lot of time in learning the skills on playing it. This list is just the basics and doesn’t cover any advanced skills and tactics. There is a lot to master even with these basic skills. Some of these skills are harder to master than others and some have different levels of mastery. If you want to master these skills then read on. Learning Objectives At the end of the lesson, students will be able to: A. enumerate the different skills of Badminton; B. demonstrate the skills in playing Badminton; and C. give importance to the different skills of playing badminton. Discussion Basic Skills in playing Badminton 1. Gripping the racquet Forehand Grip o One of the most common styles of grip that your badminton friends or your parents teach you. o The bottom 3 fingers hold the racket handle. The thumb and index fingers have to be relaxed. To control the directions of your shots and to switch grip. Shots used in forehand grip* (Smash, Drop, Clear, Forehand lift, Forehand net shot) Backhand Grip o Thumb laid flat on the side of the handle. o Before switching to backhand grip. Index finger and thumb has to be relax, to rotate the racket o At the point of contact, put some pressure on the thumb to generate power.
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