Designing Winning Tactics In Badminton – Part 4

2018-02-12T12:04:29+01:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Strategy & Tactics, Coaching Corner|Tags: , , |

In Part 3 of this Designing Winning Badminton Tactics series, you discovered that co-operation with your partner provides the understanding to "design" the shots you must play to either allow you to  achieve your favoured formation or to stop [...]

Designing Winning Tactics in Badminton – Part 3

2017-08-22T22:09:45+01:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Strategy & Tactics, Coaching Corner|Tags: , , |

If you’ve been following this badminton tactics series of articles and have actually done something with the information rather than read only, then you’re on your way to improving your tactical ability and awareness. You’ll have created your checklist, [...]

Designing Winning Tactics in Badminton – Part 2

2017-08-22T22:16:06+01:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Strategy & Tactics|Tags: , |

I’ve had a number of good comments following the release of Part 1. Many thanks and I hope you enjoy Part 2. John says “to help improve tactically, you need to cover three areas – practice, position and pace. [...]

Designing Winning Tactics in Badminton – Part 1

2018-12-09T17:30:51+01:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Strategy & Tactics|Tags: , , |

Whenever you play a badminton game or match, you will inevitably be playing a tactical game, even if you don’t know it. This may be very simplistic, especially for beginners when hitting the shuttle to the rear court followed [...]

What Do You Do When It’s All Going Wrong in Your Badminton Match?

2016-11-09T09:48:14+01:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Strategy & Tactics|Tags: , |

A forum member recently wrote about a tournament they played in. They reached the final and won the first game. Sadly, their opponents then changed tactics which resulted in a complete turnaround in the match, with the opponents winning the [...]

Secret Badminton Skills You Must Possess In Order To Out Manoeuvre, Outplay And Outscore Your Opponent To Win The Game – Part 3

2017-04-08T11:52:14+01:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Basic Skills, Badminton Strategy & Tactics, Badminton Training, Coaching Corner|Tags: , , , , , |

Summary In the first part of this series of badminton skills articles, you discovered the different style of player. In part 2 I shared my thoughts on identifying your opponents strengths and weaknesses via a skills audit, albeit most [...]

Secret Badminton Skills You Must Possess In Order To Out Manoeuvre, Outplay And Outscore Your Opponent To Win The Game – Part 2

2018-08-08T09:57:37+01:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Basic Skills, Badminton Strategy & Tactics, Badminton Training, Coaching Corner|Tags: , , , , |

In the first part of this series of articles, you discovered the different styles of badminton player. Some of you emailed me or commented on my blog which style you are and also, which style of player causes you [...]

Secret Badminton Skills You Must Possess In Order To Out Manoeuvre, Outplay And Outscore Your Opponent To Win The Game – Part 1

2016-11-09T09:48:16+01:00By |Categories: Badminton Articles, Badminton Basic Skills, Badminton Strategy & Tactics, Coaching Corner|Tags: , , , , |

Have you ever played against an opponent you believe you should beat, but never have? Have you suffered the frustration of knowing you are that close to a momentous win and yet can’t seem to make the breakthrough? Or, [...]