Play Better Badminton

Coach Andy Chong has used his playing and coaching experiences to fine tune a program that can help badminton players to reach their full potential. In this comprehensive program, Andy takes his team through numerous skills and drills designed to develop the most important aspects of badminton. Among the topics covered are: equipment, warm ups, warm up strokes, the smash, net play, aggressive doubles drills and games, doubles formation, singles drills, smash accuracy drills, deceptive doubles service return, wall drills and more. This video is a must-have resource for every badminton coach and player.

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50 learners
1 hours
1 quizzes
4 lessons
What you'll learn
  • Students will be able to enjoy the great game of badminton by playing at a more consistent skill level. 
  • They will understand how to play numerous different shots and various.

There are no prerequisites required. Students just need a badminton racquet, shuttlecock, court and another player to practice the drills.



In badminton for you to score a point the shuttlecock must hit within the parameters of the opponents court. This indoor game is very interesting and can only be rivaled by tennis though completely different. Do you know all the rules of the game? Take up the quiz below and find out!


In badminton serve is a very important shot. A good serve gives you a great start to the rally and a great opportunity to win the rally. A bad serve gives you the opposite. In this video i had put together 4 great badminton serves for you to learn. I hope you like this badminton tutorial.

You can do this badminton warm up in a small space with no equipment, and it only takes 10 minutes! The warm up exercises are specific for badminton!