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My best shot that I performed was overhead clear and I know this because from my observation checklist I can see that I had 15 successful shots and only 3 unsuccessful shots. When I used this shot I often got a point. The technique I used for this shot was turning sideways with non racket foot forward. Lining the racket head and non racket hand pointing towards the shuttle. Getting the racket behind the shoulder. Reaching up and hitting the shuttle as fast as I could with completing the swing. This forced my opponent to run to the rear court which made it harder for him to return. Also running will make him more tired which will affect later part of the game as he would not perform that many smashes.If my opponent managed to return the shot then I would often follow up with a drop shot because it would make him run and the shot would be harder to return.Another good shot I performed was smash and I know this from my checklist as I had 5 successful shots and 3 unsuccessful shots. I used this shot when my opponent wasn’t expecting it and I had good positioning to do it. The technique I used to perform this shot was getting both of my feet should pointing to the side of the court, also feet about shoulder width apart from each other and knees slightly bend.Raising my arms to prepare the smash. Holding my racket as far as I could with being comfortable. Striking the shuttle by connecting with the shuttle as high as it was possible. As I swing the racket, I moved foot towards. After I hit the shuttle I completed the swing. This forced my opponent to play a reactive shot instead of proper badminton shot and he wasn’t in control of the shuttle. Smash often got me a point as it was hard to return for my opponent. If my opponent managed to return the shot I would often follow it up with a smash shot again as it would be very hard to return two smashes in a row.The last good shot I performed was a backhand shot and I know this from my observation checklist as I had 15 successful shots and only 6 unsuccessful shots. The technique I used for this shot was switching to backhand grip and facing the rear court with slightly bend knees. Raising the elbow as high as possible and hitting the shuttle at the highest point. This forced my opponent to move away from the centre of the court which created more shooting opportunities. If my opponent managed to return the shot I would often follow it up with smash shot because it would be hard for him to return due to his positioning.My worst that I performed was the drop shot because from my observation checklist I can see that I only had 2 successful shots and 6 unsuccessful shots. The reason that this was my worst shot was that I only touched the shuttle and I did not complete the swing which resulted in shuttle not going over the net. The technique I should of used was to stand sideways with my non racket foot forwards. Raise both of my hands and when I hit the shuttle I should stretch the other hand and complete the swing. Reach up high point so the shuttle will go downwards. Position myself behind the shuttle and hit it gently. My preparation should look the same as for the smash so that my opponent will not expect it. A drill that I could use to improve this shot is: The way I would perform this drill is by getting someone to serve a shuttle to me and my job is to hit the shuttle into the green or blue circles using drop shot. Green circle is worth 2 points and blue circle is worth 1 point. When I hit the shuttle behind the red line or it will not go over the net I get 2 points taken away. To finish the drill I have to get over 25 points. The reason that this drill will help me improve is because it will help to get my accuracy better which will then be very important in normal games as I will get many more points if my shots are accurate. This drill will also help me because I’m only practicing drop shots so I will get better at performing this shot in a game.Another bad shot I performed was high serve and I could see it from my observation checklist as I only had 3 successful shots and 12 unsuccessful shots. The reason that this was my worst shot was because I didn’t generate enough power so the shuttle didn’t get to the rear court. The technique I should of use was to stand side on to the net, hold the base of the shuttle, point my non racket shoulder towards my target, hold the racket really low and be ready to hit the shuttle. Drop the shuttle straight down and swing the racket with open racket face to generate most power possible. A drill that I could use to improve this shot is :The way I would perform this drill is by getting into serving position with many shuttles ready by me. I will then try to serve into the backcourt to the opposite side of me. I will change my position each time I get a serve. If I get it into the green area opposite of me I will gain 2 points and if I hit the shuttle into the red area of green not opposite of me I will lose 1 point. I will finish the drill when I get above 20 points. The point of the drill is to improve my high serve skills and accuracy.My last bad shot I performed was the drive shot and I know this from my observation checklist as I only 3 successful shots and 5 unsuccessful shots. The reason that was a bad shot is because I didn’t know the correct technique. The technique I should of use was to be ready with forehand grip, stand with racket foot pointing to the sideline, put my body weight on my racket leg as I swing the racket, extend my arm and hit the shuttle at the highest point possible. Follow the swing, change my body weight from racket to non-racket leg and move back to the middle. The drill that I could use to improve my drive shot is: