I’m going to describe to you the draw on the
hand serve. It is assured that one does in the backhand serve position. It is a serve
that is aimed at flicking the shuttle all the way back to the serve line at the back
of the court. Whether you can use this serve in both single and double it is however mostly
used in the game of double. The idea of the serve is to flick rapidly the shuttle in order
to go over the head of your opponent and fall as with as tight of trajectory as possible
on, in the case of double, the double service line. All of the specifics of the backhand
serve apply. Again, the shot has to be made below the waist and the head of the racket
has to be clearly below the hand. You want the hand, you want the handle on your racket
with a backhand grip, with the thumb flatly put flatly on the large side of the handle.
Again the racket is positioned in front of you and instead of doing a shot that will
propel the shuttle over the net and fall on the front service line, you really want to
lift the shuttle with a flick in order to propel it to the back of the court.