I’ve often talked about the short serve in badminton being the most neglected part of the game. It’s an area professional badminton players take very seriously and spend hours working on every week. So why is it that club and [...]
The All England Badminton Championships always attracts the best players in the world. This gives me the ideal setting to study hitting technique, movement, body skills and mental skills from the cream of the worlds players. First on court, Lee [...]
5 Steps To Significantly Reduce “Home” Advantage & Gain Valuable Extra Points In Your Away Badminton Matches
During my travels and discussions with players, I’m amazed at the number of times I’m told stories of major defeats, with the only reason given was that they played on the opponents “home” badminton court. For most badminton tournaments [...]
No matter what standard of badminton you’re playing, there comes a time in a game when you need to try something different in order to outwit or outmanoeuvre your opponent. Perhaps the easiest and most effective way of achieving this [...]
In this video I demonstrate the key element to having good technique and keeping balance when moving backwards in readiness to play your badminton shot.
A high percentage of games played at club, league, county and international level are mixed doubles. It’s become a favourite in clubs and it’s probably the only sport at Olympic level where men and women complete together. What still [...]
In response to questions asked about my article dated 24th June 2009, I created this Video tutorial to help further explain the 2 coaching tips which relate to 'Focal points on the Net'.