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How to Hit a Backhand Hairpin Net Shot

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Learn how to hit a backhand hairpin net shot and defeat your badminton opponent

This video comes as part of the badminton program, look out for the all the other videos
Any person wanting to master more advanced badminton shot techniques will benefit from this tutorial.

This step-by-step video will show you how to master the backhand hairpin net shot

Music :
Benjamin Tordjmann

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In this video you will learn how to hit a backhand hairpin net shot.

The backhand hairpin net shot is hit from forecourt to forecourt to counter a good drop shot.

The shuttle trajectory resembles that of a hairpin saddled over the net.

The three key steps are the preparation, the shot and the recovery.

Step 1 - The preparation.

Use the backhand grip.

Start with a split step and turn sideways, with the racket foot towards the net.

Side-step forward, then lunge on the racket foot and extend the non racket arm behind.

You should be on on the toes of your rear foot to help you balance.

Bend the wrist so that the racket head is angled downward below your palm and facing upward.

It's important to bend from the knees and be still before the impact as your forward momentum could land the shuttle into the net.

Step 2 - The shot.

Place the racket with the head facing up below the shuttle.

Push the shuttle gently upward so that it falls just over and close to the net.

Step 3 - The recovery.

After the hairpin net shot get into the ready position and be prepared for the return.

Practice your backhand hairpin net shot until you manage hitting it close to the net.

Enjoy your game! .


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