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Badminton skills are one of the three important areas to win more badminton matches. Badminton speak makes content to help all badminton players to improve their skills and how they play the beautful game. Do you need tips from a coach? Perhaps a pro player? Maybe a tutorial in your language? We have some content for you.

Which is the best badminton academy?There are many private and independent badminton academies around the world. At the semi-professional and professional levels, these academies typically cater to badminton players who aren't accepted in the...
Badminton stringing tips with Sam Kumar
Or is it the science of badminton stringing?It’s hard to really pinpoint if it's art or science. There’s so much technology wrapped up in a string and combined with the physics of string tension would...
multi-shuttle feeding Tony Gunawan
Learn the best multi-shuttle feeding technique with Tony Gunawan. See how you can do multi-shuttle feeding and self-training at the same time. Multi-shuttle feeding and self-training In the video, the former Olympic gold medalist and World...
Badminton terminology
Learn to speak badminton like a pro in English. Here's a list of the essential badminton vocabulary in English. Admittedly we've left out some of the most obvious terms. See more badminton tips here Time...
Sleep improve
Quality sleep is vital for your overall physical and mental health. What’s more, it can enhance your athletic performance. This is also true for badminton players. On the other hand, if your body and...
Athlete 365 by IOC
The IOC Athlete 365 is an online learning platform for athletes and their entourage. Developed by the International Olympic Committee, the platform is free to access. At Badmintonspeak.com we've found a lot of great...
Peter Gade Academy
Is this the best badminton academy in the world - click to see video Peter Gade, the former world number 1 from Denmark and a current Yonex Legend, recently introduced a new online initiative. For years...