Reversed Backhand Slice Drop Shot

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This particular stroke is very difficult to perform, let alone to pronounce. Timing is of the essence and technical ability is there to follow. I found a few video's of two of the top players in current badminton.

Lee Chong Wei

On the 17th of March 2009, Lee Chong Wei and Kenneth Jonassen were playing an exhibition match for the inauguration of a new badminton sports hall in the town of...

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Introduction

After you master the basic badminton drop shot, consider bringing your drop shot skills to the next level.

The reverse slice drop shot is an advanced badminton technique.

It is used as:

A more deadly drop shot. Slicing makes the shuttle drop steeper, making it harder for your opponent to retrieve! A shot to deceive your opponent. When executed properly, your opponent will think the shuttle is heading towards one direction while you send it to another direction.

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to incorporate these 2 techniques into your drop:

the technique of slicing the reverse action

Hence the name “reverse slice drop shot”.

Higher Quality Drop Shot

To get a drop falling steeply, you need to slice the shuttle. By doing this you can make the shuttle fall steeply pass the net.

A basic drop shot lands at point A. The reverse slice drop shot, on the other hand, lands at Point B (i.e. falls...

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There are a ton of shots or strokes

Forehand

Attacking, defensive or neutral Lob

Basic slow or fast Drop

Reserve slice Drop

Crosscourt slice/chop Drop

Hard or half Smash

Drive/Push

Basic Net shot

Crosscourt Net shot

Spinning inward or outward Net shot

Tapping/Net kill

Attacking, defensive or neutral Lift

Block/Cross court block

Overhead (about the same as forehand)

Lob

Drop, reverse slice, cross court slice

Smash

Drive/Push

Backhand (usually defensive strokes)

Lob

Drop, reverse slice(high level stroke), cross court slice

Drive/Push

Lifts

Blocks

Nets

Tapping

Smash

Basically the few basic strokes can be turned into other strokes with slices, power and angle variation, cross court hitting, timing.

Don’t forget trick shots like round the back, under legs etc.

There are so many...

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Описание:

Slice drop shot : (Intermediate & Advance level) 1. Is an offensive shot, which where you hit the shuttle with a slicing motion from the back court to the front court near at the opponent's service line. 2. You can trick your opponent by imitating a clear shot or a smash shot. And at the last second, change the racket swing direction into a slicing action to deceive your opponent. 3. Contact point of slice drop shot is at the possible highest point, hit the shuttle with a sharp and step angle towards at the front side of the opponent's court. 4. Is used to set yourself up, or to put your opponent into out of position, forcing the opponent to lift the shuttle. That way, you can gain the attack. 5. This shot can be hit with 2 different speed, fast speed and slow speed. 6. Usually applied in either backhand corner, where you hit the shuttle straight down the line across the net at the forehand side of your opponent's court. Or forehand corner, where you hit the...

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After you get a consistent feel for the basic shots, you should continue expanding your game by learning some of the more advanced shots badminton has to offer. While there are certainly many more variations of shots than this guide covers, it’s a solid starting point as you begin branching out your shot-making abilities.

Baseline Slice Drops

This drop is an excellent alternative to faster, flatter drops because it provides better placement and deception. Traditional drops tend to be predictable and are harder to place close to the net than slice drops. A slice drop in badminton uses a stroke that is specific to slice shots.

Executing a baseline drop shot requires a different stroke and wrist movement. Hitting a slice drop is much like brushing the surface of the racket against the head of the shuttle. This swiping motion is the source of the deception. While your body sends a clear right-to-left signal to the opponent, your drop is actually heading in...

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Up a set and two points away from forcing a second set tiebreaker against a clearly rattled player, it may have been plausible (finally) to fathom that Andy Murray’s golden moment had arrived.

His first Major, special enough as it would be, more special given that it would be at Wimbledon, coached by a man who also waited a while for his golden moment and who never captured Wimbledon.

It would have been a victory for nearly everyone: Murray, for finally winning one, Lendl, for not only taking Murray to the title, but seeing a...

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Use the badminton drop shot to move your opponent to the frontcourt. It will create space in the midcourt and backcourt for you to exploit.

Wrist action is essential in providing the disguise and element of surprise. The optimum hitting zone is located somewhere above the central area of your racket.

You can play two types of Badminton Drop Shots, Slow Drop Shot and Fast Drop Shot.

A slow drop shot shall land in your opponent's frontcourt area, as close to the net as possible. The point of impact is above the racket shoulder. It is intended to move your opponent to the frontcourt, hopefully forcing a weak return to your midcourt for you to kill.

A fast drop shot shall land in the front of your opponent's mid court area, preferably to the sides. Hit the shuttle slightly further in front of the body to produce a shallower trajectory at a faster speed. It is intended to catch your opponent off balance and have less time to respond.


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Although not as popular as it used to be, the backhand slice can still be used to great effect. It can be used in a variety of ways; it's extremely effective as an approach shot, a dropshot, a lob, and it's especially useful against players who have difficulty countering low balls, particularly on fast courts - like grass.

Perhaps the player most renowned for his backhand slice was Ken Rosewall. Martina Navratilova and Steffi Graf were two players who also had notable sliced backhands.

Of today's players, Tim Henman has one of the best. You can read what Tim has to say about the backhand slice on this page of his site.

Although the shot is usually played with one hand, Jimmy Connors had an incredibly effective two handed slice backhand that he liked to angle short and wide off high balls.

Grip

The grip is fundamental to the backhand slice. Ideally, it should be anywhere between an Eastern backhand grip and a Continental grip. (Click...

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Backhand Information

Forget everything you have heard about the backhand for a moment.
There is too much over teaching on this shot.

Now ask what are the fundamentals.

Get the ball over the net Placement Depth
Angle Spin Power

and with some self-confidence you are ready to begin to work on the backhands.

Variations:

The backhand has many variations based upon footwork, grip and use of one or two hands. We can specify the following types of backhand strokes; Classic One Handed Backhand topspin, Open Stance Backhand topspin, Flat backhand drive, Side Spin Backhand, Low Slice Backhand, High Ball Slice Backhand, Closed stance Two Hander, Open Stance Two Hander, Two handed Lift, Two Handed Slice Backhand, One Handed Block, and Two Handed Block. We have identified 12 variations on the backhand and there are even further differences with respect to grips and point of contact. In the above each has an optimum range and acceptable range to hit...

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Reverse slice drop shot (Fake Drop Shot) : Advance Level

1. Is considered a deceptive shot, using which you can trick your opponent by imitating a clear shot or a smash shot. And at the last second, change the racket swing direction into a reverse slice drop shot to deceive your opponent.

2. When your racket head contacts the shuttle, the shuttle should travel to the opposite direction from the end point of your racket swing.

3. Is also used to set yourself up, or to put your opponent into out of position, forcing the opponent to lift the shuttle. That way, you can gain the attack.

4. Can be applied in either backhand corner, where you hit the shuttle diagonally across the net at the backhand side of your opponent's court. Or forehand corner, where you hit the shuttle straight down the line across the net at the backhand side of your opponent's court.

5. This shot can be hit with 2 different speed, fast speed and slow speed.

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Professional and recreational players employ the slice backhand to set up an approach shot, to slow down the ball while recovering from a defensive position, or to handle a low bounce. The motion of “slicing” the strings underneath the ball creates backspin and while this shot helps pros reset the point, a savvy weekend warrior may even use the technique to hit outright winners against unwitting opponents.

Miles Maclagan currently coaches British No. 1 Laura Robson and formerly guided World No. 2 Andy Murray to beat some of the best players in the world on some of the biggest stages. Maclagan says that one of the shots which Murray uses to gain an advantage, the slice backhand, should also be used by recreational players to unsettle an opponent. Here are his tips for hitting a killer slice backhand.

WHAT TO DO

1. Shoulder Turn

Whether you use an open or a closed stance, the shoulder turn is necessary for a smooth slice. Rotate your upper body so that...

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Reverse Slice Drop Shot or Fake Drop Shot: for Advanced Level

Is considered a deceptive shot, using which you can trick your opponent by imitating a clear shot or a smash shot. And at the last second, change the racket swing direction into a reverse slice drop shot to deceive your opponent. When your racket head contacts the shuttle, the shuttle should travel to the opposite direction from the end point of your racket swing. Is also used to set yourself up, or to put your opponent into out of position, forcing the opponent to lift the shuttle. That way, you can gain the attack. Can be applied in either backhand corner, where you hit the shuttle diagonally across the net at the backhand side of your opponent’s court. Or forehand corner, where you hit the shuttle straight down the line across the net at the backhand side of your opponent’s court. This shot can be hit with two different speeds, fast and slow speed.

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The tennis backhand slice is one of the most commonly used tennis strokes in modern tennis. The backhand slice technique is used in several instances in tennis matches as it is among the best shots to win tennis matches.

The backhand slice can be used as transition tactic when a player wants to play in the net. It can also be used to keep the ball low in preparation for a tennis volley.

The tennis backhand slice was very popular in classical tennis when the wooden racket was still available. Players such as Bjorn Borg and Rod Laver used the backhand slice to their advantage on the grass courts. In modern tennis, this stroke is still very effective as long as it is executed perfectly and hit away from the opponent’s comfortable hitting zone.

Most players also use the backhand slice in a baseline rally when a player wants to distract his or her opponent’s rhythm. A backhand slice that is placed well can force the opponent to return a short ball. It can also be...

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