As for the low serve it should sail just above the net landing right behind the

As for the low serve it should sail just above the

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As for the low serve, it should sail just above the net, landing right behind the service line. Conclusion The backhand badminton serve technique is a very intricate technique, and there are many tips to optimize it and use it effectively in a badminton match to your advantage is a different story. Feel free to check out our guide on how do the backhand serve consistently here! (Coming Soon). Of course, lots of practice is required to master the badminton serve, but nonetheless, it’s easy! What might confuse most, is the service boundary differences in Singles and Doubles, as such, we have also compiled a simple list of rules to get you started here! (Coming Soon)
Backhand low serve: racket angles video Pointing your racket upwards too much can make your serve go high. You can also think about the angle of the racket shaft. Backhand low serve: shuttle angles and position video How you hold the shuttle can make a big difference to your serve. There are several things to consider.
Backhand low serve: how and where to stand It’s hugely important to develop a good serve, because it’s the first shot of the rally. You’re more likely to win the rally if you start it well. The backhand low serve is the main serve used in doubles and men’s singles. In this video, we’ll look at the doubles serve. video Where should you stand when you are serving in level doubles? And how should you be standing? Wide low serves 3 videos Changing the angle to serve wide or semi-wide. Serving in singles and mixed video
There are a couple of differences when serving in singles or as the man in mixed doubles. Understanding the Flick Serve Image titled Hit a Flick Serve in Badminton Step 1 1 Know when to use the flick serve. The flick serve is best used when your opponent is rushing you and you’re under pressure. It works especially well in doubles games. However, keep in mind that a flick serve can leave you vulnerable if your opponent can tell that it’s coming. That’s why it’s best to use it only occasionally.[1] The flick serve can be difficult for beginners to pull off. It’s best used by intermediate and advanced badminton players. You can use the flick serve with either a forehand or backhand serve. Image titled Hit a Flick Serve in Badminton Step 2 2 Maintain the element of surprise. The effectiveness of a flick serve depends on catching your opponents off-guard. If they’re expecting it, it presents them with an ideal opportunity to attack. To prevent them from figuring out your intentions, you must make your flick serve preparation look just like your preparation for a low serve.[2] When you’re playing a flick serve, the goal is to make your opponent think you’re using a low serve until you actually hit it. Image titled Hit a Flick Serve in Badminton Step 3 3 Master the low serve. Because you want your opponent to think you’re playing the low serve so you can surprise them with the flick serve, it’s important to ensure that you’ve mastered the low serve. Try to hit the shuttle so it just barely clears the net and lands as close to the court’s service line as possible. By keeping the shuttle low and the serve short, it makes it more difficult for your opponent to hit it back for an attacking return.[3] Start the low serve by standing as close to the service line as you can without touching it. Your feet should be shoulder-width apart, and your non-dominant
foot should be in front so it’s closest to the net. Both feet should remain on the

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