"The overhead clear shot is the primary return for a deep serve or deep clear from your opponent"
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Basically a shot that has to be hit over one's head
A clear is when you get rid of the shuttlecock to the opponents side of the court without loosing of points.
A clear is when some one hits it to you and you hit it hard to the back of the court up high. This is a good shot for when your opponent is right up close to the net, try and move him around.
You clear in badminton to get the birdie far and high. It also puts your opponent at the back of the court if you land a good clear.
toss shots are tose shots which pull the oponent in the backlobby
clear, drop shot, net shot, smash
over head clear drop shot smash under head clear
smash,rally expedile,high clear,drop shot
Clear- Far shot to force the player to the back of the net. Smash- Fast, downward shot. Usually involves jumping into the air. Overhand- A simple, forward movement of the racket over your head to hit the birdie. Backhand- Self-explanatory. Drop Shot- Usually done after a clear, where you tap the birdie just over the net.
The smash- fast, downward hit onto opponent's side. Forehand- A standard motion of badminton. Usually over your head. Clear- A far shot to the back of your opponent's court. Usually followed by a drop shot.
A toss i where the two players go and 'toss' a coin if they win then they will have a chocie of of which end they will start the game of of to serve first.
an overarm shot
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.
No because all you are doing is letting go of a shuttlecock ad hitting it with a badminton bat