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Group 5: Types of Lobs
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Backhand lob 2. Defensive lob 3. Furthermore. Learn and practice each type of shot until you're really good at it. the attacking clear can surprise your opponent and help you win a rally. we will discuss four types of lobs commonly used by badminton players: 1.0: Introduction Lobbing is a stroke executed at your baseline. they cannot do a jumping smash.0: Attacking Lob The badminton attacking clear or attacking lob is basically a normal badminton lob. It also catches your opponent off guard. but with an offensive purpose. If you're fast enough. Forehand lob 4. hitting the ball far to the back of your opponent court. Then move on to learn new types of shots. Attacking lob 2. it let your opponent have a little time to prepare for example. Plus. The badminton attacking clear will have the shuttle flying much lower than the defensive clear.1. Players usually execute lobbing for attacking or defensive strategy. the shuttle will be flying high up and land at the back of your opponent's court. it gives you less time to get ready for the next shot as well. In our project. For a defensive clear. For beginners. do not rush through to learn all the different types of badminton shots. It is a form of attack so you do not break your attacking game. The attacking clear is used to get your opponent out of position to return a weak shot. . hence pushing them to the back of the baseline. Any good lob should be over your opponent's reach at mid court. This enables the shuttle to quickly reach the back of your opponent's baseline. There are some advantages of attacking lob such as it is very dangerous if intercepted by your opponent mid-court. There are many uses of attacking lob such as to put your opponent under pressure.
.2. it is fairly easy for your opponent to intercept the shot.1: Underarm attacking clear trajectory Figure 1: Shuttle direction Figure 2: Shuttle direction Figure 3: Attacking lob strategy Since the shuttle will be flying very low almost just above the badminton net.
.2. it most likely is a weak return. The best place to perform the attacking clear is when the shuttle reaches the 2 red dots illustrated in the picture above (the 2 edges at the front of the court). Imagine if you perform the attacking clear from the back of the court. By doing this. your opponent has a high chance to catch your shot! He/she will be able to get into the position in time to intercept your attacking clear. In most instances. it is recommended to perform the attacking clear along the sidelines (see picture above). the attacking clear is best performed at the 2 red dots mentioned above. you must have excellent underarm strokes technique. Therefore. you will be executing the attacking clear using the badminton underarm forehand and badminton underarm backhand strokes. Even if he does.2: Attacking clear along sidelines Figure 4: Attacking clear Figure 5: Attacking clear strategy Therefore. In order to perform this badminton shot perfectly. it'll be difficult for your opponent to intercept the shot.
your wrist should be bending inwards towards your body so that you are ready to flick your wrist as you make contact with the shuttle. lunge forward to front of the court.2. make sure you raise your racket arm to the height where you're going to commence your underarm swing motion. Figure 6 Preloading Phase As you move forward to the net.3: Phase in attacking lob Preparation Phase From a ready position. Adopt the backhand grip for the underarm backhand stroke and forehand grip for the underarm forehand stroke. Figure 7 . At the same time.
Remember that as you move forward. A follow-through of the racket is very important. Your wrist plays an important in directing the shuttle towards the back of your opponent's court.2. This allows a perfect flight trajectory of the shuttlecock. Figure 8 . This will make you hit the shuttle pass your opponent's baseline. some of this momentum will be transferred into the swing. you will gather some momentum. not low. a gentle swing is sufficient to bring the shuttle to the back of the court. Use minimum wrist action to generate the power for the attacking clear. Make sure you follow-through with your swing straight towards the back of your opponent's baseline not towards the ceiling or else the shuttle will fly high. Therefore. Most of the power for the attacking clear comes from your underarm swinging motion. When you perform your underarm swing. However in this instance.4: Execution Do not perform a hard swing or a strong flick with your wrist for the attacking clear. it's important that you take this momentum into account! Avoid performing a strong swing or else the shuttle will fly out.
Use this badminton shot wisely. you can concentrate better on accuracy. Due to this. There's no point performing the attacking clear from the middle or back of your court. there will be momentum. Make sure you perform a follow-through towards the direction of the back of the court. 4. When you focus less on power.2. Do not exert too much strength into your underarm swing. 3.5: Important Tips/Advice 1. . Also use minimum wrist action. The shuttle will fly too far and land outside. Use it when you anticipate that your opponent is less likely to intercept it. A follow-through of your swing is necessary. a very gentle swing motion will be sufficient to send the shuttle to the back. Take note that as you move forward. Your opponent will be able to intercept your attacking clear easily. 2. The badminton attacking clear is usually performed from the 2 red dots at the front side of the court as mentioned above. This lets shuttle fly forwards and not upwards.
It gives you more time to return to your base and prepare for the next shot. The shuttle is hit with your racket face leaning slightly backwards. Figure 8: Shuttle direction Defensive lob: Defensive lob has a high and deep trajectory like as shown in the picture below.0: Defensive lob Lob: Lob or clear is used mainly in singles using the forearm.3. . Lob is means hitting the shuttle to the baseline of the opponent‟s court.
Performing the defensive clear is not only important for the shot itself . it is still very difficult for beginners to perform this stroke properly as it affords very good technique and a little muscle to be able to play the full length of the court. . there are many other uses or advantages of defensive lob.Figure 9: Defensive lob 3.but it also forms the technical basis for smashes and dropshots. Besides that. These three strokes between them make up a large percentage of the shots in a game of badminton. giving the players more time to get ready for the next shot and plan the next strategy. It seems to be a very boring stroke but it worse to perfect it. While it is a basic shot. as it can be used to make the opponent run a lot and in the frequent case that his clear is not good in can force him to do errors that will win you the point. This is what most beginners are taught and would do.1: Objectives The objective of defensive lob is to move the opponents to the backcourt and it creates time for the player to get back into position. This shot is the most basic and probably one of the most important shots in badminton. do a very high lob to simply just push the opponent to the backcourt.
Disadvantages: 1. Makes your opponent gets frustrated in attacking ( Provided they keep failing to score after many attempts to attack. To slow down the game 2. Opponent is not under pressure (They can slowly return to baseline and still be in a comfortable position to hit) 2.2: Implication Uses/Advantages: 1. Your opponent have a lot of time to get into stance eg a jumping smash (Deadly of your opponent is powerful) 3. Figure 11: Steps . Break your opponents timing 4.Figure 10: The long high clear in the picture is a defensive lob 3. Longer time to get ready 5. Gives up your „Attacking‟ position if you were attacking. Gives you time to recover if you're out of position 3.
2.3: Preparation 1.Figure 12: Steps 3. knees slightly bent. Bend the elbow. the racket head is brought below the right shoulder blade. 6. Use the forehand grip. 5. At the same time the wrist is cocked back and the arm is bent. 4. 3. The racket is swept back firmly. Stand side ways to the net with the non racket shoulder facing the net. . Body weight must be on the racket leg.
3. in preparation for the shot helps tremendously in achieving this. Unlock the wrist and straighten the arm. 2. The point of contact is just above the head. Racket is swept down diagonally across body. They call this hitting at 11 o'clock.4: Execution: 1. Figure 13 . more or less about an arm's length away. Your ideal hitting zone (where your racquet hits the shuttle) should be above and in front of you. It helps you avoid hitting the shuttle late. discussed above. The raising of the arms above shoulder level. 4.5: Follow-through 1.6: Tips 1. 3. The racket head continues along the line of flights of the shuttle.3. Please refer to Figure 11 and 12. Hit the shuttle head on and at the highest point possible like as shown in picture 6 (meaning. swing the racket upwards to meet the shuttle at the highest point possible. 2. When the shuttle starts to drop. 4. 2. Racket head is aimed at the desired target area. 3. Use body weight to hit the shuttle by transferring weight to the racket leg. Body weight is transferred to the front foot and move towards the base of operation in readiness position. 3. at the highest point your racquet can make contact).
This happens because of the fast pace of the game or you are late in positioning yourself. Most of the time. 6. . such as the twisting of the body to the right and back to the left. not above your head (unless doing an overhead shot) nor away from your shoulder. Timing is important. 4. So good footwork becomes important to get you into position early so that you will be able to do the whole range of motion for that winning shot. You won't be able to hit the birdie if you swing early or late. leaving you only with the swing. 5. tightening it only when your racquet hits the birdie. you won't be able to do the whole steps outlined here. It also allows you to send the birdie deep into the other end of the court.One of the most common mistakes for beginners . it will have lesser power and could hurt your shoulder. Most of the time beginners swing too early and finally the shuttle just lands on their heads. Your swing should be just above your shoulder. 3.even among old timers with bad habits .is hitting the shuttle low. If your swing is away from your shoulder because the shuttle is way to the right by failing to position yourself properly. especially in doubles. Remember to always have a relaxed grip. The importance of hitting high is to give you more shot options and steeper trajectory when smashing.
Recover back with the dominant foot first and go back to the mid-court.4. Move towards the shuttle and take a lunge step with the dominant foot towards where the shuttle is due to land.1: The Purpose This shot would normally be played from the forecourt in an underarm action. The follow through should continue up and finish above the non-racket shoulder. It also can be played as a building shot when it is taken earlier (higher up the net) and this shot would be played with only just enough height to go beyond your opponents reach.0: Forehand Lob Figure 14 4. The lob can be played very high and deep as a purely defensive shot.2: How to play As you approach the shuttle move your racket forward with the wrist cocked so that your palm is facing forwards. striking it upwards whilst straightening the wrist. 4. As the shuttle drops swing the racket forwards underneath the path of the shuttle. The aim is to lift or 'lob' the shuttle over your opponent and aim to make the shuttle land as near to the baseline as possible without hitting it out. .
Thumb grip & serving Figure 15: Thumb grip Figure 16: Serving Steps Figure 17: Steps .
Shift your weight on to your rear foot. As you swing forward. 7. 3. 5. 1. Raise your non-racket hand and point at the shuttle to improve timing and balance. Use this to force your opponent to rush to the net. Bend your upper body sideways to your non-racket side as your arms come through. 2. your forearm will brush the top of your head before straightening. Bend your elbow and bring the racket behind your head. 3. Use this to open your opponent`s backcourt. 7. 8. Use this to frighten the opponent by letting him or her think that the you will execute a smash. Turn your body and stand sideways to the net with your non-racket shoulder facing the net. 4. Around the Head Clear 1. 2. Use this to tire your opponent. 2.3: How to improve Adopt the forehand grip. Use this to trick your opponent. Bend your elbow and lock your wrist preparing to swing forward. Straighten your elbow as you hit the shuttle. 4. . 6. 5. Follow through with your racket and shift your weight from your rear foot to your front foot. Let your wrist unlock with a whip action as you hit the shuttle. Shift your weight to your non-racket leg. Use this to pressure the opponent. Stand squarely to the net. Transfer your body weight rapidly as your non-racket leg pushes your body back to your base position. 3. Why and when to use the badminton fast forehand drop 1. Use this to give your opponent less time to respond.4. 6. Move back to your base position.
Turn your body forwards as you are about to hit the shuttlecock. Use this to increase the chances of your opponent playing a weak shot. At a certain point. tighten your grip and flick your wrist. This is for balance and so that it will not look awkward. lock your elbow and let the upper portion of your arm move. As you raise your arm. Raise your free hand while going towards the shuttlecock. I am pertaining to the point from the elbow to your fingertips. 4. 4. 5.8. 2. You should be at the back of the shuttlecock when you hit it so that it does not go high. your elbow should face your opponent`s court while leading the motion. 6. 3.4: Tips 1. . Right before you hit the shuttlecock.
1: The Purpose This shot would normally be played from the forecourt in an underarm action. The main difference is that the shot is played with the thumb grip. The lob can be played very high and deep as a purely defensive shot but it also can be played as a building shot when it is taken earlier (higher up the net) and this shot would be played with only just enough height to get beyond your opponents reach. 5.2: How To Play Backhand Lob This shot is much the same as the „forehand lob‟ in that players still need to reach out with the dominant foot. Recover back with the dominant foot first and go back to the mid-court.0: Backhand Lob Figure 18: Way to hold the racket for backhand 5. The players will straighten the arm on impact with the shuttle and follow through upwards and toward the intended target. Racket preparation involves drawing the racket back so that the back of the hand is facing towards the ground and the arm bend at the elbow and wrist cocked.5. . The aim is to lift or „lob‟ the shuttle over your opponent and aim to make the shuttle land as near to the baseline as possible without hitting it out.
Figure 19: Thumb Grip (for backhand) Figure 20: Player using backhand grip .
Figure 21: Step For Backhand Lob Figure 22: Step For Backhand Lob 5.3: How To Improve Backhand Lob 1. Start off with the grip Figure 23 .
4: Why and When To Execute The Backhand Lob 1. so your back faces the net. Use this to open your opponent`s mid court. it should be a combination of your arm coming out from your body. Positioning. . 4. Use this when the shuttlecock is too far and you cannot reach it using the around head clear. This will help generate power. 2.2. Use this if your opponent does not have the capability to generate enough power for the shuttlecock to land on your backcourt. 6. Make sure that your body is turned away from the net. as well as the rotation of your forearm to give a sort of “snap” onto the bird. 5. 3. Use this when your opponent is at the net. For the stroke. Use this to give yourself time to think. Use this to escape the pressure. 5. Figure 24 3.
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