How To Test & Adjust the Speed of a Badminton Feather Shuttlecock – YumoTube


Stand at baseline of the court and hit the shuttle as far as you can while keeping the trajectory low and flat If it is still too fast after testing the speed, you can tip another 4

17 thoughts on “How To Test & Adjust the Speed of a Badminton Feather Shuttlecock – YumoTube

  1. When they make the shuttles they would have tested it numerous times, when the shuttles land on the different parts of the court you are just hitting it too lightly or hard. Good shuttles should not have a major speed difference and bending the feathers just damages the shuttles

  2. it's not accurate to test shuttle's speed with a flat drive. you need to go for a full power forehand high lift.

  3. I hate mates that do this to my shuttles. No testing by amateurs please, especially if they do not even have a powerful swing! Please do not try to spread such nonsense. Buy slower shuttles if you are a beginner, that's it.

  4. When I was a beginner I use to search this type of videos ..may be now it will be useful fr beginners

  5. According to BWF rules 2018 the shuttle must be struck behind the back line and in an upward angle with a full underhand stroke. Too many strong players insist on way too slow birdies which gives them a big advantage over beginners who leave clears short and easily smashed away. This adversely affects all players who then never learn to compete at high level where controlling fast shuttles and fast player movement to front and back are required skills. In hot countries it is less likely shuttles go slow. In cold climes fast shuttles are needed if you want to learn to compete at international level.
    TESTING A SHUTTLE FOR SPEED

    3.1 To test a shuttle, a player shall use a full underhand stroke which makes contact with the shuttle over the back boundary line. The shuttle shall be hit at an upward angle and in a direction parallel to the side lines.

    3.2 A shuttle of correct speed will land not less than 530 mm and not more than 990 mm short of the other back boundary line

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