In this video you will learn to hit a forehand round the head shot.
If you want to discover more tips on hitting the shuttle, watch the rest of How to Play Badminton Program.
Practice your forehand round the head technique with your opponent until you are able to get the footwork right.
Simply follow the step-by-step instructions shown in this video tutorial to master the technique for hitting a forehand round the head shot
In this video you will learn how to hit a forehand round the head shot.
The forehand round the head shot is an effective way to negotiate a clear on the backhand rear court with a forehand. It allows you to generate more power than a backhand overhead clear.
The three key steps are: the preparation, the shot and the recovery.
Step - 1 The preparation. Use the forehand grip.
Start by doing a side-step as soon as the opponent has hit the shuttle. Turn into the sideway position with the racket leg diagonally behind. Raise the racket up and then point to the shuttle with the non racket hand. Move back to the backhand corner.
Step 2 - The shot. Bend your elbow and lock your wrist preparing to swing forward. Your racket hand should be behind the back with the elbow bent, the wrist locked and the racket head pointing downward.
Step 3 - The Recovery. Once you have put the shuttle deep, shuffle back and get back to the ready position.
The round the head shot should land in the back tramlines. Practice your forehand round the head technique with your opponent until you are able to get the footwork right and the shuttle nice and deep into the opponents court.
Enjoy your game!