"controlled smash" shot
No because all you are doing is letting go of a shuttlecock ad hitting it with a badminton bat
smash shot, drop shot, over head clear
clear, drop shot, net shot, smash
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When you've pushed your opponent back with a clear for example, a drop shot can be used then. Your drop shot (hopefully) will land close to the net, forcing your opponent to run forward.
You need to lunge foward and have the racket well in front of them,
a drop shot is when you tap the birdie just over the net with little to no force. Its best to use when your opponent is playing in the backcourt cause it puts them on the defensive
smash,rally expedile,high clear,drop shot
Smash, Kill, cleyay, drop shot, net shot. lots more ill tell you when i remember.