Badminton Doubles: Move Faster than the Shuttlecock

Badminton Doubles: Move Faster than the Shuttlecock


Level Doubles – Correction Move Faster than the shuttlecock You should have a fraction of time to set before you hit the shuttlecock Tim one more thing I made point last time but has not been improved is you are moving back to the rear corner not fast enough, you are moving with shuttlecock wrong way, this is what I see you are doing in the match this is Tim like that higher like this so you go with shuttle on the way you hit it so what happens, after you hit it you can’t move back you are hitting it with loosing balance so opponent can see what you are doing very easily it should be changed, go and then hit so you have to get quicker, wait hold it and then make shot higher like that and do this so like that and then drop what you do higher like this ok James will demonstrate wrong way ya like that ok right way get back quickly, yes get back quick and get back get back the wrong way right way wrong way CoachingBadminton.com

41 Comments on “Badminton Doubles: Move Faster than the Shuttlecock”

  1. Cheers however this tend to be more complicated when we do use nylon and not feather shuttlecocks. Also the "Parachute effect" do not let that much time for the placement. Otherwise you must predict much faster with nylon shuttles or am I mistaken?

  2. nee how coach lee im delighted to inform you that by following your drills and detailing of the basic strokes i have managed to finish runner up at the district badminton meet thank you very much for your support and your coaching videos

  3. it is difficult to control prastic shuttlecocks but I know that with many reasons many people are using it. Tell me what did you do and what you were thinking between the matches. Lee

  4. Coach Lee,
    What are some drills I can do to improve my speed and endurance on the court?
    I'm thinking short-term wise.

  5. Are you singles, doubles or mixed player?
    Also please tell me how many years you have been playing. Lee

  6. Oh, my bad for not providing enough details.
    I am referring mainly to singles.(But sometimes I do play some doubles)
    I have been playing for almost 10 years (started in primary school and I'm in Uni now)
    I was wondering what drills are there for me to increase my speed and endurance (stamina).

  7. I see, please wait for a little while, I will produce clips for what kind of drills can be done to someone like you. Lee

  8. hi Mr lee im a bigginer in badminton & im a right hander my problem is , im not able to take the shuttle which is comming on my left hand side back corner. i need an expert advise from you

  9. I am sorry to inform you that give information from you, I am not able to advsie you. There are many reasons why you can not get it back. It can be slow movement, lack of awareness, wrong hitting skills, poor positioning your self at that moment, lack of confidence. Unless I see your action it is not wise to advise you. If you can you can video your self and let me see it. Lee

  10. Hi Coach Lee, I find that eating certain types of foods like cheese before a badminton match will drain my energy and make me feel bloated and suffocated. Can you make a video of types of sports diet to follow or tell me what diet to follow to produce optimum performance for badminton? TQ! ^^

  11. Thanks Sir Lee for that but I have a problem.I lose my energy and stamina very easily so what to do, please help me sir.

  12. Do running for 30-40 min 4-5 times a week.
    And do footwork training for 30-40 min 4-5 times a week.
    If you can also do weight training for your legs for 3-4 times a week.
    These will help your fitness and you will be lasted much longer. Lee

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