Lee Chong Wei
World Ranking
Number 1
Malaysia
Dato Lee Chong Wei is World No. 1 and at the top of his game. He dominates on the court with his offensive play: high-power, impossibly fast strikes and quick shots that outpace the competition. He’s feared for moves like his Jumping Forehand Smash. He’s the among the best of men’s singles players in the world – get ready to train one-on-one with this legend!
Intermediate
Forehand Net Lift
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  • Forehand Net Lift
  • Backhand Short Serve
  • Forehand Drop Shot
  • Jumping Forehand Smash
forehand net lift
Saina Nehwal
World Ranking
Number 7
India
Saina Nehwal is an extraordinary player and a pioneer for her country and for women in the sport of badminton. She has brought national attention to the sport with her winning career, which began when she became the first Indian to win a World Junior Badminton Championship in 2008. In 2009, she became the first Indian woman to win a Super Series tournament at the Indonesian Cup. She was also the first Indian to win a medal in badminton with the bronze medal at the 2012 Olympics. Saina is a strong, dynamic force in women’s badminton.
Beginner
Forehand Drive
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  • Forehand Drive
  • Forehand Lob
  • Backhand Drive
  • Forehand Net Cross
forehand drive
Taufik Hidayat
World Ranking
Retired
Indonesia
He’s got the world’s fastest Backhand Smash – unexpected and virtually unreturnable. Taufik Hidayat is known for amazing power plays, along with quick, deft trick shots that send his opponents going the wrong way across the court. His strengths are power, speed, and reading the court better than the competition. Train with this legend of the court in his series of one-on-one training videos.
Beginner
Low Serve
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  • Low Serve
  • Backhand Net Cross
  • Backhand Drop Shot
  • Backhand Smash
low serve
  • Beginner
    • Backhand Grip
    • Backhand Net Trap
    • Forehand Drive
    • Forehand Grip
    • Forehand Lob
    • Forehand Net Trap
    • High Service
    • Low Serve
    • backhand grip
    • backhand net trap
    • forehand drive
    • forehand grip
    • forehand lob
    • forehand net trap
    • high service
    • low serve
  • Intermediate
    • Backhand Drive
    • Backhand Short Serve
    • Forehand Flick Serve
    • Forehand Net Cross
    • Forehand Net Lift
    • Forehand Smash
    • backhand drive
    • backhand short serve
    • forehand flick serve
    • forehand net cross
    • forehand net lift
    • forehand smash
  • Advanced
    • Backhand Drop Shot
    • Backhand Net Cross
    • Backhand Overhead Clear
    • Backhand Smash
    • Backhand Underarm Lift
    • Forehand Drop Shot
    • Jumping Forehand Smash
    • backhand drop shot
    • backhand net cross
    • backhand overhead clear
    • backhand smash
    • backhand underarm lift
    • forehand drop shot
    • jumping forehand smash