Friday, July 24, 2009

Malaysia Badminton Players Unite!!!

Malaysia Badminton Lovers should unite at a place to share and IMPROVE!

If we are still so scattered, we might slowly lose up our territory as World Number ONE!

Please unite at our Facebook Biggest Malaysian Badminton Network, which have 800+ badminton players actively engaging in every badminton issue.

Social Badminton Tournament

Hi Guys,

Malaysian Badminton Network is proud to announce Social Badminton Tournament Open 2009. Please refer to our official website for the detail:

Event Link:

If you hope to connect with other professional players, casual players, amateur players etc. you can get it done here!

We even have Malaysian Badminton Network members outing for DotA game.... Haha.. Cool stuff?

Latest Outing: Malaysia Badminton Lovers outing for badminton session:

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Discussion Room

The answer of your problems and inquiries can be found here!!!

Girls/Guys and Ladies/Gentlemen,

You can discuss any problems and question here.
I will try my best to answer. Others will help too.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Our outstanding Heroes

Malaysia are FAMOUS because of

Monday, June 8, 2009

Li Ning or Yonex?

YONEX (Lee Chong Wei) vs Li Ning (Lin Dan)

Who will be the last man standing?

Badminton Shuttles

greatest Shuttles INFO:

We have Yonex, Carlton, Wilson, KX, RSL, RCL, Sea Lion, Pro Ace, Yang Yang, Ashaway, ProTech, Gosen, Victor, APAC, Dunlop, Head, Fleet etc
(If I miss any brand,please let me know, Thanks)

Yonex : AS 50, AS 40, AS 30, AS 20, AS 10, aeroclub 03, aeroclub 05, aeroclub 07

Carlton : GT 1, GT 2, GT 3, GT 4 ; Carlton AG10, Carlton AG8

Wilson : Wilson Topline 100, wilson Topline 80, Wilson Topline 70, Wilson Topline 60

KX : KX series (200, 230, 280, 380, 560, 560E)
KX 100 Series (ekstre, super, plus)
KX Black Ace Series (Gold Ace 122, Black Ace 121, Silver Ace 111)

RSL : RSL (no 1-7) Tourney, Tourney Classic XL, RSL Official, RSL Silver Feather

RCL : RCL Professional, RCL Titanium, RCL Super, RCL 1103, RCL 1102, RCL 1101

SeaLion : C1130, Premier C1130, 1101, 1101 Premier

Pro Ace : Aero-Tech 65, Aero-Tech 75, Aero-Tech 85

Yang Yang : 2000A, 2000B, 300B, 3000B

Ashaway : Gold 400, International 500, Red

ProTech : Platinum, World Class, Masterpiece, Championship, Tournament, Official Tech
2001, Official

Gosen : S200A, S240A, GF 10, Gf 30, GF 50, GF 70, GF 90

Victor : Champion, Special, Queen(yellow), Service, Maxima, Ultimate, Pro Court

Apac : Aero Flight 600, Aero Flight 700


Which do you think is best for (My personal opinion)

Beginners (B) : any nylon shuttle would be appropriate or may be sponge head shuttle

Advanced Players (A) : any shuttles price ranged (RM 40-60)

Professional Players (P) : Yonex

please comment to share with others...

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Improving Malaysian Badminton Players' Skill

U know U can do better?
Yes! U can!

Footwork Tutorial: You can play better if you practice this way...

Badminton Footwork is the most fundamental skill that you need to possess in order to become a successful Badminton player.

Your opponent will try to play every shot away from you and the only way to reach the shuttle is to have a good footwork.

So how to define what good footwork is?

Good badminton footwork is simply having the ability to reach the shuttle early while on balance. You can skip, shuffle, bounce, glide, chasse step or lunge on court.

So long as you reach the shuttle fast, depriving your opponents of time, you can use all the above movement that suits best to you depending on the situation.

Although there are no fix movements on performing the badminton footwork, there are some basic things to remember.

Bent your knees slightly with your feet shoulder width apart. Stay on the balls of your feet and hold your racket up in front of your body. This is the ready position you shall assume in the centre of the mid-court area.

This centre area which can be referred as your base is not fixed. It is an area where you are in your ready position and can possibly reach all shots hit towards your court. Position your base accordingly after considering yours and your opponent's strength and weaknesses.

Let say that you are strong and good at hitting shots from the back court. You may consider positioning your base slightly nearer to the service fault line to gain an advantage. If you are not certain where your strength lies yet, just make your base on the centre of the mid court area. You won't go too wrong from there.

For all shots that are played in the frontcourt, take a small step first followed by a bigger step, extending your racket leg to reach the shuttle. The bigger step performed is known as a lunge. The timing of the shot will be improved if the landing of your racket leg is simultaneous with the shot.

For all shots that are played in the midcourt, extend your racket leg to reach shuttle that are hit towards your racket side of your body. Extend your racket leg or non-racket leg to reach shuttle that are hit towards your non-racket side of your body.

For all shots that are played in the backcourt, rotate your hips and shoulder and move back far enough so that your body is behind the falling shuttle. This will increase the power and variety of your stroke. If you can't get back fast enough, you will most likely be forced to hit a weak clear.

Below is a diagram showing you the direction and area that you have to cover during play.

Unless you are confident where your opponent will play the next shot, try to return to your base every time after you make a shot. Always be ready to react quickly and be alert.

Remember...Badminton Footwork is the most fundamental skill in Badminton. You must master it to progress further...