Play a Good Cross Court Net
Deception is a Big Part of Any Good Players
Game Plan and If You and Your Opponents Are Well Matched Then Tricking Them in to Making
Mistakes Can Be a Great Way to Gain an Advantage.
Ex World Champion Peter Rasmussen Shows You a
Really Simple Way to Play the Cross Court Net Shot
The beauty of a good cross court net shot is that it's probably not what your
opponent is expecting. Because of this you have the element of surprise without having
to risk playing a difficultly disguised shot, meaning you'll gain an instant advantage
over your opponents.
By waiting until the very last moment to
hit the shot, you can easily catch them off guard and hit the shuttle to the place where
they were least expecting it to go.
The video below shows exactly how to play the
cross court net shot perfectly without the shuttle travelling too high over
the net or going straight in to the net.
Peters' explanation is clear and easy to
understand with some excellent coaching points that you can use yourself to practice this
variation on a typical net shot.
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