Winning Badminton

Are you ready to take your game to the next level? In this comprehensive video, coach Hendry Winarto provides numerous tips, techniques and drills that will develop the skills and consistency necessary to play competitive badminton. Among the topics covered are: Warming Up, Reaction Footwork, Badminton Footwork, The Serve, Net Shots, Drop Shots, The Smash, The Backhand, Defense, Attacking Doubles and Rotation. This program will help you to improve your game and play like a champion!

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100 learners
2 hours
1 quizzes
7 lessons
What you'll learn
  • Students and coaches will learn the numerous skills and drills and drills needed for competitive badminton.
  • Students will learn strategies and drills for singles and doubles.
  • Students will understand many of the important details of the skills that are often the difference between winning and losing a match.
  • Students will improve their footwork and agility with a variety of drills.

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

Winning Badminton


Badminton is a fun and interesting sport that people of all ages can learn to play and enjoy. It can be played without needing many people or equipment. Check out the following trivia badminton quiz questions and answers to see how much you know about this popular activity.


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! Click to see more useful resources below

Badminton footwork training will 100,000 % Amaze You. How Professional badminton players train 

In this tutorial we teach you how to consistently hit a net cord, including the technique of the forehand and backhand net shot and how to practice them!

A step-by-step guide on how to play the drop shot in badminton along with 7 exercises to help you improve!

Badminton SMASH Tutorial - Improve Your POWER and Timing!

The late backhand is one of the hardest shots in badminton! This video breaks down the movement and hitting action so that you can eliminate it as one of your weaknesses, and still retrieve the shuttle when you're pushed into your deep backhand corner!