What is the most important in Badminton?


이 영상의 저의 개인적 견해로 이루어져있습니다 배드민턴에서 가장 중요한것은 무엇일까? 한번 얘기해볼까요? 개인적인 의견으로 배드민턴은 리듬 스포츠라고 생각합니다. 점수를 얻기 위해서는 상대의 수비 시스템을 무너뜨려야 합니다. 상대의 빈 공간을 만들고 상대의 리듬을 깨줘야합니다. 그러면 상대의 수비 시스템은 무너질 것입니다. 한번 자세하게 보겠습니다. 수비 시스템에 대해 먼저 얘기 해보겠습니다. 지금 보이는 포지션이 복식에서의 수비 포지션입니다. 선수들은 각자의 구역을 커버하면 수비할 수 있습니다. 수비 시스템을 깨는 방법은 수비 포지션을 무너뜨리면 됩니다. 리듬(템포)에 대해서 얘기해보겠습니다 상대의 리듬을 깨는것이야 말로 상대가 수비 시스템을 갖추고 있음에도 점수를 낼 수 있는 방법중 하나입니다. 상대의 리듬을 깨는 방법은 여러가지가 있습니다. 드롭샷 수비자세를 완벽히 잡고 수비를 하지만, 반응조차 못했습니다. 와타나베의 완벽한 모션 드롭샷이 랠리의 리듬을 완전히 바꿨기 때문입니다. 잘러먹기 – 속도 업ㅣ 드롭샷 – 속도 다운 이 두가지를 잘 활용하면, 상대가 굉장히 힘들어 할겁니다. 잘라먹기(속도 업) 무너진 상대의 균형 드롭샷(속도 다운) 다시한번 잘라먹기 이러한 과정속에 랠리의 리듬은 계속 변합니다. 이러한 과정은 상대를 불안정 상태로 만듭니다. 세티아완의 마지막 드롭샷으로 상대의 균형은 완전히 무너졌고 랠리는 끝납니다. 인도네시아조는 강한 스매쉬가 없이도 점수를 냈습니다. 그냥 템포 조절만 했을 뿐입니다. 상대가 수비 포지션을 잡고 있음에도 수비를 하지 못했습니다. 잘라먹기와 드롭샷은 복식에서 리듬의 변화를 주는 기술들입니다. 하지만 빠른 드라이브와 강력한 스매쉬도 랠리의 속도를 높일 수 있습니다. 강력한 스매쉬로 인한 템포 업 한국팀의 공격을 한번 볼까요? 이용대 선수의 스매쉬는 강하지 않지만 정재성 선수의 스매쉬는 강력했죠 이용대 선수가 스매쉬를 할때와 정재성 선수가 스매쉬 할떄의 템포 차이를 느낄 수 있나요? 정재성 선수의 스매쉬부터 한국팀의 공격 속도는 빨라집니다. 강력한 스매쉬 후에는 연속 스매쉬와 드라이브를 빠른 리듬에 할 수 있습니다 이렇게!! 단식에서의 리듬은 더욱 중요합니다. 상대의 리듬을 깨는 가장 좋은 방법중 하나는 트릭샷입니다 이 랠리에서 린단은 상대의 리듬을 두번 바꿉니다 안정적인 템포를 랠리를 이어 나가는 양 선수 하지만 느끼셨나요? 백스윙 없이 빠른 타이밍의 드라이브로 부터 린단은 상대의 리듬을 뺏어 옵니다 이 드라이브로 인해 상대의 리듬의 변하여 불안정 상태가 됩니다 반면에 린단은 안정적으로 랠리를 할 수 있습니다 그래서 린단은 네트 앞에서 트릭샷과 같은 많은 것들을 할 수 있습니다 린단의 트릭샷으로 상대의 리듬은 다시한번 무너졌고 상대는 랠리를 이어가지 못합니다 그리고 마지막 트릭샷은 정말 멋지네요 갑작스런 리듬의 변화는 상대의 균형을 무너뜨립니다. 트릭샷은 리듬의 변화와 모션을 기초로 되어있습니다. 이 랠리로 트릭샷을 조금 더 이해할 수 있을 것입니다 이 타이밍에 피터 게이드는 언더를 하거나 헤어핀을 놓을 수 있습니다 여기서 게이드는 타이밍에 딜레이를 주어 랠리의 리듬에 약간의 변화를 줍니다 상대의 균형이 무너지며 불안정 상태가 됩니다 불안정 상태가 된 첸롱은 스매쉬를 수비하기 위해 뒤로 너무 물러나고 랠리를 이어가지 못합니다 린단이 리총웨이를 이길 수 있었던 이유 중 하나는 린단이 리총웨이의 리듬을 깨는데 능하기 때문입니다 특히, 린단은 템포를 높이면서 공격을 하는것을 아주 잘합니다 이 드라이브부터 랠리의 속도는 빨라집니다 리총웨이의 수비가 좋다해도 자신의 리듬이 깨지면 수비를 하기가 굉장히 어렵습니다 리총웨이는 이렇게 미친 수비를 가지고 있습니다 하지만 리듬을 잃으면?? 간단한 수비조차 하기 힘듭니다 배드민턴은 셔틀콕으로 하는 운동입니다 그래서 셔틀의 속도를 어떻게 변화를 주느냐는 굉장히 중요합니다 이러한 관점에서 빠르던 느리던 중요하지 않습니다 셔틀콕이 당신의 리듬을 깨면, 당신은 랠리에서 질것입니다 저의 의견이 정답도 아니고 틀릴 가능성이 많습니다 이 의견에 대해 어떻게 생각하나요? 시청해주셔서 감사합니다

82 thoughts on “What is the most important in Badminton?

  1. Hello! I really like the quality of your videos. I like how you analyze different points and present them to beginner / intermediate level players who may not notice these things just by watching matches. I also notice that English is probably not your native language and while I completely understood what you were trying to say, there were certain points where things might have been unclear for a non native speaker. If you think it might help, I would be glad to correct or improve your lines in English to make sure the message conveyed is exactly what you wish.

    I am a regular visitor to your channel and I would like to thank you for the content you put out. Let me know if you think I can help you!
    Cheers,
    Praveen

  2. I think it highly depends on what you define as rythem. In my opinion it is about going from just rallying to creative and positive play. You can not win by rallying you have to create your chances by your own, you can't rely on your opponent making an error you have to force the error. And to do that you need to combine all the things you mentioned in your video.

  3. Wow, I just realize it now, long time watching tournament but I don't care about that, enjoying every game but do not think about this, good analyzing video…👍

  4. Nice video and good opinion however, the most important thing is the athlete's brain. Generalising the theory may not be necessary if you are good enough to respond to each of every opponent's style of play. Badminton is not a tuition to solve exam's multiple choices. It is an open essay.

  5. -Master mind intelektual (playmaker like kevin, spesial like lin dan)
    -High pro level teknik skill (servis, forehand backhand, jump smash dll)
    -High body endurance ( stamina, body atletis)

  6. Great opinion.
    In this video when korea's pair attacking by lot of smash to china's pair by high power, we can see the china still can return them. but when we see other video about how Muhammad Ahsan attack, we can see the difference. Ahsan attack by combination smash, not always full power smash but completely fill by half power smash, even combine with dropshot, and it makes the opponent rythm become unstable. For do that Ahsan need to have great intelligence, so he knows when to do full smash n when to do half smash. So Ahsan have great power, great skill and also need to be a smart player.

  7. Very true. In doubles, a good tactic is to do an unexpected drop shot when attacking, then attack the player who did the lift before he's stable back into the normal defence position. Happens a lot in tournaments.

  8. I think speed is more important in playing badminton besides the stamina 😂. . Look at Sukomulyo, he is so fast and reading the game also very good. The best player ever. .

  9. Assuming you have the skills, I believe that using one's brain is the most important when playing badminton… by making use of one' brain to plan out their shots and exploit their opponent's weaknesses , they can often score points efficiently. Also one can deduce their opponent's strategies and cover their own weakness =)

  10. In indonesia, if you play mens double, first 3 shot is very important. It is most efficient way to get point. That the reason why sometimes minions and the dadies able to finish the match in under 30 minute

  11. For me, badminton always about brain and control. No more no less 🤗

    Ability to read the game, make split second decision and shot precision are qualities that often determine the match. 😊

    My favorite players are Tony Gunawan and Hendra Setiawan. I really like their game. 😄

  12. I think this is definitely more important in singles where the rhythm is very consistent. While in doubles, there are many ways to win that do not require a change in rhythm, like a strong smash, drives etc. Penetrating the defense.

  13. Hey it's a nice info, can you make a Vidio about how we can return the rhythm if we have been lose the rhythm to win the rally
    Plase, thank you

  14. Your opinion suits for medium to advanced players.once one starts to play badminton,he/she knows that fitness and speed are very very primary thing to focus then he/she can realize what you are trying to deliver through this video.
    BTW your videos are awesome,carry on🙂

  15. I dont understand why people dislike this video. This video donnt even have ads. You should learn to respect effort either you like it or not. Thanks uploader. Great work.

  16. Well analyzed and makes sense to improve the game with your view points, # break the rhythm.
    #conquer in isolation. Keep the great work.

  17. good analysis. but my opinion on the secrets of badminton is on techniques and how to see your opponent's weaknesses. the technique that I mean is the technique of wrist strength and the technique of holding a racket. As for how to read the opponent's weakness is to see when he has difficulty in several punch positions.

  18. above all, i think stamina/fitness is the most important. you lose both speed and power when you're tired / out of breath. And you'll get bullied by your opponent further when they know you have nothing left in the tank (forcing long rally in single or aimed 1 guy constantly in double)

  19. 배드민턴이 이리 역동적인 스포츠인지 몰랐네요 모든 운동이 리듬이 중요한것 같습니다 격투기도 리듬 싸움이 엄청 중요해요ㅎ

  20. Badminton is a very dynamic game. How you position yourself is how most of the time you will return the ball and that is how opponent anticipate where we will be returning the ball. That is why spectator sitting beside the court actually have no idea how the player inside is actually feeling. Sometimes spectator will said why don't you smash or do this and that but actually inside the game when players are not in their best position for that shot, he can't execute that return. For example, if opponent return a flat smash our best defence is to hold our racket high and push the ball down but we have no idea whether he is returning a flat smash or a sharp smash, so the answer if you have been playing with players with high intensity, speed and powerful you will be able to do that. I am above 40 and still playing badminton, attacking power has no meaning when playing with younger players, they are faster and powerful.
    So everybody is an expert with words but badminton is very demanding, fast pace and extremely dynamic. Except you are like Sukamuljo, his body stands in 1 position but his hands hits another spot. Like Koo Kien Kiat, these are the players that have the brains, the deception to trick opponents. For regular players like us, when pressure is on, tired and lack of stamina to position yourself correctly constantly will be difficult.
    So my advise, if you are not relying on badminton to make a living, just enjoy the game. That is the most important because let me share another logic with you all players, if you are an attacking player can you change the cock every 3-4 points to achieve maximum power during your badminton club session? No you don't right. But professionals have their shuttle changed every time and that means if you play power, you need to become stronger each point because the shuttlecock will be slower.
    Most important, enjoy the game and sweat because the most game I've witnessed players died during or after game is badminton because of its fast pace and dynamism. Question is, do you trained every week, I still trained every week but nowadays I enjoy the game whether I lose or win.

  21. have u ever consider yourself on becoming a teacher? u own an excellent skills of breaking down and elaboration

  22. idk,, im not a professional..
    i play a decent skill level, but no where near pro club player..

    imo..
    the most important part is..
    the FUN FACTORS.

    lol jk

  23. You know what is more important?

    EVERYTHING is important. From the basic of taking healthy food, discipline outside and inside court till you need to sleep 8 hour day

  24. You put forth something that no one ever talked about!!!!! ……. Beautiful video my bro!!…..Love it❤️❤️❤️❤️. M ur subscriber now😊😊😊😊

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