For backhand, push the Badminton racket forward with medium strength to make the shuttlecock drive forward. Same for forehand.
The drive in badminton is an attacking shot that is normally played from the sides of the court. when the shuttle has fallen too low for it to be returned with a smash. The shuttle will be between the shoulder and knee level.
Drive is a fast and flat shot, your opponent has to be alert in order to return it. By hitting drive(as it is fast) your opponent has lesser time to react hence working to your advantage, helping you to gain points
Whne you are playing a shot in badminton, each shot has its own points... A forehand is 3
A forehand shot in badminton is where the shuttlecock is hit forward with the racquet without crossing the upper body as in a backhand shot.
Overhead clear smash jump smash drop shot drive net shot slice serve (low serve, flick serve)
you will need a smash shot in badminton so that he can't hit it coz' it is powerful
an overarm shot
No because all you are doing is letting go of a shuttlecock ad hitting it with a badminton bat
Badminton is a very popular racquet sport played by two opposing players/pairs. Some terminologies that can encounter in badminton are drive, clear, drop, fault, forecourt, flick, hairpin net shot, base position, kill, let, match and many more.
Any kind of lift is a defensive shot in badminton as it gives your opponents the opportunity to play a smash or other attacking shot.
This is a shot that results when the base of the shuttle is hit by the frame of the racket. Once illegal, this shot has become acceptable since it was deemed so by the International Badminton Federation in 1963.
A forehand shot in Badminton is where the shuttlecock is hit forward with the racquet without crossing the upper body as in a backhand shot.
"controlled smash" shot
Basic shots in Badminton are: High Serve, Low Serve, Overhead Clear, Underarm Clear, Net shot, Smash, Drop Shot
clear, drop shot, net shot, smash
smash shot, drop shot, over head clear
Agility is important in badminton because when you fail a shot you have to pick the shuttlecock back up off the floor.
Backhand shots in tennis and badminton are very similar. What you do to play a backhand shot is to bring the hand holding the racket across your body and play at the ball/shuttle from there.