Earlier you learn how to do the basic drop shot and in this video you will learn something more advance which is the reverse slice drop shot that is considered deceptive where opponents might just get trick with this shot. Let’s go further into the details on this deceptive shot.

1. Is considered a deceptive shot, using which you can trick your opponent by imitating a clear shot or a smash shot. And at the last second, change the racket swing direction into a reverse slice drop shot to deceive your opponent.

2. When your racket head contacts the shuttle, the shuttle should travel to the opposite direction from the end point of your racket swing.

3. Is also used to set yourself up, or to put your opponent into out of position, forcing the opponent to lift the shuttle. That way, you can gain the attack.

4. Can be applied in either backhand corner, where you hit the shuttle diagonally across the net at the backhand side of your opponent’s court. Or forehand corner, where you hit the shuttle straight down the line across the net at the backhand side of your opponent’s court.

5. This shot can be hit with 2 different speed, fast speed and slow speed.

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