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The Badminton Bible teaches players how to improve their badminton.
From beginners to experts, every badminton player can learn something valuable here.
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Our badminton articles are praised by coaches and players alike for their clarity, accuracy, and detail. Here are some suggestions to start you learning:
Many players find backhand clears difficult, or even intimidating. This article will teach you the technique.
It turns out that backhand clear technique is actually quite simple. I’m not saying it’s easy, mind you!
Most badminton players are forever stuck with bad technique, because they play with too tight a grip or hold the racket at the wrong angle.
Give your badminton shots a solid foundation by learning about grips!
Are you attacking enough when you play doubles? Do you know how to divide up the court coverage between yourself and your partner? Do you know which shots to play?
This article explains the positional ideas and shot choices that are used by the best doubles players.
Learn the basic technique for forehand drop shots.
Learn how to move backwards quickly to return a flick serve.
Learn how to return a doubles low serve with a flat shot towards the back corners.
Use an undercutting action to make your net shots spin. Spinning net shots are harder for your opponent to return, and fall tighter to the net.
Use sideways spin to make your net shots more difficult to return. This video looks at out-to-in spin.
Attacking the low serve is essential in doubles. Learn how to take the shuttle early and get on the attack.