Course 7. How To Do Backhand Drop Shot and How To Teach It

This course show and explain all about how to do backhand drop shot and how to teach it to beginners and intermediates players

During a match play, I can attack but same time I can be attacked and having good backhand drop shot enable you to get out of under pressure situation.

There are a number of very important key skills for having good backhand drop such as right step, grip, the way to hit, right impact point, how to set wrist right.

All the above important skills are explained and showed with the reasons for why these skils are needed and how to do it.

Yes! having good backhand drop shot is important but please remember that you should use it only when you have to.

It is always better to use forehand then backhand. Practice and train to have good backhand drop shot is not to use it often but be able to use it when you have to.

I could say that worst forehand shot can be better then best backhand shot.

In a match, if you have to use your backhand 20 times and your opponent uses his/her backhand 10 times, you are more likely lose the match and he/she is more likely win.


Your Instructor


Lee Jae Bok
Lee Jae Bok

LJB Badminton Club Founder Dr. Lee Jae Bok

Playing Profile

  • Korean National Doubles Champion 1979
  • Korean National Singles Champion 1980
  • Korean National Mixed Doubles Champion 1981

Coaching Profile

  • Korean National Team Coach 1986-1987
  • British Olympic Team Coach 1990-1992
  • English National Team Coach 1990-1992
  • English National Team Coaching Adviser 1993
  • English National Men Singles Coach 2005-2007
  • 7th World Badminton Coaching Conference Speaker 1991
  • 10th World Badminton Coaching Conference Speaker 1997
  • 13th World Badminton Coaching Conference Speaker 2003
  • European Badminton Coaches Conference Speaker 1998
  • European Badminton Coaches Conference Speaker 1993
  • Hong Kong Badminton Coaching Conference Speaker 1992
  • Malaysia Badminton Coaches Conference Speaker 1997
  • Austrian Badminton Coaching Conference Speaker 1992-1995,1999
  • “Coach 98” Coaching Conference Opening Speaker 1998
  • KBS (Korean National TV) Badminton Commentator 1999-2003
  • “Service to English Badminton” Award Received 1996



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