These badminton serving drills are designed to improve your serve beyond what is possible by just improving as you play. With dedication you will see marked improvements to your game.
Singles Badminton Serving Drills
1.Singles High Serve
High serves should always be played towards the middle of the court, not towards a corner.
The high serve is probably the best choice for most players, as your opponent is likely to be weakest in the far rear of the court, and it gives plenty of time after serving to prepare for the next shot.
Explore how your opponent responds to high serves. Not many players are able to reply with a powerful smash off a high serve, and many have trouble making consistent, solid contact with a vertically falling shuttlecock. It may be that your opponent frequently mishits the shuttlecock when you play a high serve.
A high serve is probably an unwise choice against a player with a powerful smash, or with deceptive, accurate drop shots.