yes, it is an open skill i would know bcause i play Netball for magikz
Badminton is considered an open skill because it is a motor skill that is performed in a changing environment.
A closed skill is often more complex than an open skill.
Open skills generally deal with changing or varying aspects of a game (eg. a pass, a shot, a hit, etc.), while closed skills generally deal with the predictable or "set" aspects of a game (eg. knowing the set or predetermined plays/routes to run). So an open skill could be ones ability to follow and abide by plays that the coach/team has set, compared to an open skill such as ones personal ability to handle the ball, or shoot. There could be different examples for each
Football is a open sport skill because the items around you change (other players move around the pitch)
An open skill is being able to adapt your movement to the purpose of a situation in a sport such as hockey or rugby, where your environment is constantly changing.
During open play in a football match kicking is a open skill as it can be affected by other factors, such as opponents. however, it is a closed skill when taking a free kick, goal kick, penalty, free kick or any other dead- ball situation.Hope this helps.
Open skills include golf, netball, cricket, hocket etc. In these games the person performing the skill can be influenced by factors such as the wind or crowd.
A drop punt of itself performed in an unchanged environment is a closed skill, a movement / action performed in a stable and predictable environment! A drop punt performed in a AFL game with psychological and environmental changes requiring numerous descion making would be classified as a open skill!
Open skills are performance in an unpredictable environment e.g. team games, such as netball and rugby where as ever changing environment makes it hard for performer to predict what will happen next.
You definitely need catching skills to play netball because half the game involves catching.
"Show" is open, "and" is closed. O- is open, -pen is closed. "Closed" is closed.