The net shot is also an important stroke when sometimes gives a chance to gain points at crucial junctures. This stroke again can be played using the forehand and the backhand grip.
An underhand net shot is where the racket head is below the level of the hand. Here, the racquet head points mainly to the ceiling however, the racquet hand should be stretched or slightly bent at the elbow in front of the player sidewards, racquet hand corresponding leg bent and stretched forward in the direction of the shuttle, the other leg behind for balance for best results.
This net shot is played again to the opponent against a slow drop rather than playing a lift or lob and forcing the other opponent to do so for a kill.
For a cross-court net shot, the face of the racquet head should compulsarily be flat and looked up to the ceiling only. One can perform the cross court net short by moving one’s wrist outward for a backhand cross-court net shot and moving the wrist only inward for a forehand cross-court net shot.