Advanced Badminton Techniques : How to Hit an Overhead Drop Shot in Badminton
Advanced Badminton Techniques : How to Hit an Overhead Drop Shot in Badminton


I’m going to describe the overhead forehand
drop shot. This drop shot is made from the back of the court and as for aim to hit the
shuttle high and to make it drop just over the net passing with very little height over
the net and dropping right behind the net like that. Like every overhand shot it starts
from the ready position. One needs to go from the ready position to the back of the court
side stepping in the direction we are going, pushing on the front leg and reaching the
back of the court on your racket leg. At this point it is like every other shot overhead
shot, the impulse starts with the leg, you reach the elbow and you strike the shuttle
as the racket passes over the shoulder and then you finish the shot by passing the leg.
In the case of the drop shot one will not put the whole power into the shot in order
to just make the shuttle go over the net and fall right behind the net. It is, however,
the same basic shot as the forehand strike. The power will be cut down on the shot. The
start of the shot will be the same not to give your opponent any hints that you are
going to do a drop shot, however, you need to control the power you put in the shuttle
in order for the trajectory to go over the net and the shuttle to fall right behind the
net. After the shot is executed obviously you go back to the ready position.

23 thoughts on “Advanced Badminton Techniques : How to Hit an Overhead Drop Shot in Badminton”

  1. Eric Luu says:

    This vid sucks

    You're suppose to overhand slice it to make it drop

  2. Lydiasama0010 says:

    I think you don't need any tipps given by other people … just do it like you want it 🙂 Be flexible and fast. then you hit all the balls 😀

  3. Spanky says:

    1.hold your breath .
    2.copy this messaage.
    3.click on another video
    4.go to comments
    5.paste this to it
    6.if u didnt lose air ur a great kisser!

  4. Percytude says:

    very useful! thankyou!

  5. badminton29th says:

    hopeless

  6. Ben Carter says:

    must be a level 1 coach cause he sucks really badly ………………….. hope he hasnt done his badges tbh

  7. Paul Jason says:

    the shot he made is a drop shot,but somehow he didnt get it perfectly,he hit it a little early..

  8. ultimatesimpsonsfan says:

    when you do a dropshot, just do it when you feel its possible, if you fail, try again. thats really all there is to it.

  9. Jesse Gozo says:

    What the fuck was that!? ._.

  10. alexchan338 says:

    wow…..why did he even do this coaching? Its embarrassing…

  11. ThatGuy says:

    completely messed up foot work…

  12. toxicinspector says:

    that was not very good,.

  13. riceandsoup says:

    have you guys read the description?
    Bio: Pierre Chaurand is the president of the Vanderbilt University Badminton Club, which was established in 1999 and has 15 active members from all over the globe.
    15 members. ALL OVER THE GLOBE. OF 6BILLION++

  14. max garrod says:

    orrrr u could just smash it =]

  15. Morten Hansen says:

    lol… very bad drop 🙁

  16. Morph Vorph says:

    Isn't the idea of badminton to fire the shuttle as hard as you can possibly deliver into your opponents face?

  17. Vaibhav Devnath says:

    @Illusion113 hey his right……

  18. COWthepokemonmaster says:

    wtf was that? it went way past the service line…

  19. Thomas E-Jensen says:

    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!

  20. olivia says:

    drop shot is intuitive, doesn't need special coaching

  21. HoangiePongie says:

    YouTube!! Why would you recommend me this shitty video?!! The guy can barely explain what a drop shot is..

  22. Wei Qiu says:

    Whaaat? Are you kidding me? How can this kind of person be a coach!

  23. Wei Qiu says:

    Can't agree. The right drop shot requires to slice the shuttlecock at the right time. It's one of the hardest techniques in badminton.

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