Last updated on August 25th, 2020 at 03:06 am
Have a look at these Badminton Trick Shots from some of the best badminton players in the world. Whether it’s in singles or doubles try stopping yourself from attempting to execute these skills / shots next time you play!!!
Badminton is a great game I’m sure you will agree especially when you see these players in the first video. Let’s get started with the first of the badminton trick shots.
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Badminton Trick Shots, Rallies & Funny moments from some of the best badminton players from around the world
In this video you will see some truly great Badminton Rallies and Badminton Shots that just go to show what a great sport Badminton is. This is why I play Badminton!!!
Now here are some really good Badminton Trick Shots, why not have a go? Maybe not during a serious Badminton game though!!!
A rather nice compliation of badminton trick shots and some truly awesome play!
More tricks, Under the legs front & back, Reverse back hand, Around the back & hit the target (Shuttlecock Tube)
Here we have some of the best badminton players in the world, Peter Gade, Lin Dan & Lee Chong Wei to name just a few of the top players in this video!!!
Final Thought – Badminton Trick Shots
I hoped you enjoyed these trick shot videos. It proves you don’t have to be a top professional badminton player to pull off some of these great skills.
Now where did I put that badminton racket? It’s time to try out some of these amazing badminton trick shots out on the court.
I’ll have more badminton trick shots and other badminton skills articles, videos & pictures soon. In the meantime why not have a go at these ones and see how many you can pull off and why not video them and post them on YouTube. Send me a link and I will include them in one of my next trick shot features.
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As always, enjoy your game of badminton and keep practicing!