Badminton feints! (Collection of Badminton Fake Skills)
Badminton fake moves are skills ***, not the most complete, but more complete. Learn one move at a time!
1. False action in badminton serve:
As for the forehand serve, because the leading action can be large or small, it is easy to confuse with false action opponent. When amateur golfers play, they often encounter people who play forehand serve routines. This is the simplest fake action, and many golfers have their own “cheating” routines. In comparison, the backhand is somewhat difficult.
1. Forehand serve high ball to short ball (you can skip if you have learned it, see below):
Stand in the middle of the service area, showing In the T-step, the upper body is facing the sideline, and the racket is placed farthest from the body to lead the racket from a greater distance. Once this action is performed, the opponent will probably think that you are going to serve a high ball, and his mind will judge and prepare for you to serve a high ball, so his attention is on the backcourt and his center of gravity is on the back.
However, when you actually tee off, you swing very quickly at first. When the racket is about to hit the ball, close the racket, pat the ball lightly, send a short forehand ball, and land on the inner or outer corner of the front court of the opponent’s serving area. At this time, the opponent who is about to retreat and catch the high ball has to start again, so that the opponent cannot catch the ball and the quality of the return ball is poor. You’ll take the initiative from the start.
2. Forehand serve at the net:
3. Backhand near-angle net serve:
4. Backhand near-angle net shot:
Second, badminton serve return feint:
Serving and receiving serve is the beginning of each round, which is important Sex speaks for itself. If the serve is handled well, no matter it is singles or doubles, it can be preemptive and take the initiative. When receiving the serve, you can use some fake moves to confuse the opponent, so that your side can establish an advantage from the beginning.
1. Wrong actions for receiving service:
First of all, stand in the front and center, and the preparation posture is similar, a state of being ready to go. When the opponent serves a ball at the net, if he intends to hit the ball backhand, he strides forward with his ball-bearing foot and hits the ball back with his backhand, leading the racket, which is a bit like using his sideways hand Divide a bottom-up S-shape. Finally, he will use his wrist to change the surface of the racket and hit the ball to the front of the backhand net.
If the serve is returned with a forehand, the forehand will divide the racket into a reverse S-shape from the bottom up. The point is to use your wrist to change the surface of the racket at the moment when the ball is about to touch, so as to hit the ball to the other corner of the opponent’s net or the middle of the opponent’s court, forcing the opponent to start catching the ball again. Often the quality is not high, which is the beginning of your attack.
Look at Taufik’s forehand S return: Youyou.com.
2. Put the ball in front of the net:
The main point of the action is to judge accurately. The net ball served by the opponent seemed to be culled as soon as it was shot. Move fast, act aggressively, and give your opponent the illusion. Just like you want to save the ball, the opponent will instinctively raise the ball to prepare for a defensive counterattack, and the center of gravity will naturally move down. That’s when you can start cheating.
3. Virtual reality picks the backcourt:
Use the time difference of hitting the ball to confuse the opponent. When the opponent serves a small ball in front of the net, he immediately holds the racket to meet it, as if flicking the ball with a forehand or a backhand, but instead of hitting the ball all at once, the racket moves backward along the trajectory of the ball, as if Pushed back by the ball. This feeling should be experienced by golfers in the process of playing.
4. The virtual swaying of the tennis racket of Youyou Resources is full of vibrancy:
This kind of fake action requires the coordination of body and hand movements. Otherwise, the effect will not be achieved, but it will make you very passive.
Third, badminton front ball fake action:
In this area in front of the net, there are many technical actions, such as rubbing, dialing, putting, hooking , Push, etc. At the net, this also breeds many and all kinds of ball fakes at the net. These feints are relatively easy to learn and master.
1. Virtual push and real dial:
2. Virtual hook:
3. False power to pick the back court and before the actual net:
4. Virtual block real rubbing:
Fourth, badminton midfield overhand strike fake action:
The basic point of midfield strike fake action is to maintain the consistency of the action, never let the opponent not see your real ball path And power, right up to the moment the ball comes out. The fake action is completely controlled by the movement of the wrist and forearm, which is relatively difficult and requires frequent practice by golfers.
1. False killing:
2. False killing:
3. False killing and real Pingyan:
5. Badminton backcourt Hit fakes:
Usually, when you are pushed to the baseline by your opponent’s high and low shots, you are already in a passive situation. Most of your opponents are returning to midfield, ready to return the ball you can’t return. In most cases, you return with a high ball or swim with a drop ball to change the passive situation. However, if you can flexibly use the false action of hitting the backcourt, you can sometimes save the day and even score directly.
1. Hitting the ball in the backcourt:
2. Fake backhand hitting in the backcourt:
Taufik’s backhand slashes the opponent’s tennis ball at the far corner;
3. The backcourt sideways kills the slash feint:
Speaking of which, we have seen so many cases. Have we learned something? You can try these routines next time you play, let your ballFriends are dumbfounded.