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Analysis of Performance - Badminton

 


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Rules:

1) After a service is won in doubles, from which side do you start to serve?

2) Using diagrams, describe the difference between a singles and a doubles court

3) At what scores in badminton do you have the opportunity to set?

Skills:

1) Identify and describe to types of forehand serve.

2) Describe how the forehand overhead clear should be played (body, foot and arm positions)

3) Describe the smash under the following heading…….Preparation, racket movement, impact with the shuttle and follow through

Tactics:

1) Explain the tactics which may be used in mixed doubles (hint – front and back)

2) Suggest how the tactic of disguise could be used in a game of badminton

3) Explain, with examples how the movement of an opponent on court can influence the tactics you use.

Observation and correction:

1) Describe two shots that you could play from close to the net

2) A player keeps hitting the shuttle into the net. Give three possible reasons for this (hint: eyes, feet, racket)

3) Your opponent keeps smashing the shuttle and wining the points. What could you do to stop this happening? (hint: what kind of shots would you try to make)


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Analysis of Performance
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