This paper uses mathematical statistics method and analyzes the main scoring techniques: the serve technique, the jump smash technique, the net lob technique, the pushing backcourt ball technique and the smash technique by analyzing the data of the 29th Olympic Games by He Hanbin/Yu Yang (China) and Nova/Nasir (Indonesia). The analysis shows that: in the badminton mixed doubles match, since both sides are partners for many years, in order to win the game you must have good badminton technique; particularly the error rate of the net lob technique and the pushing backcourt ball technique is high, which needs further practice. The study plays a certain role in promoting the development of badminton technique and the popularization of badminton sports.
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Zhang, B. , Li, F. & Jiang, W. (2013). Mixed Doubles Match Technical and Tactical Analysis of World Badminton Champion Based on Mathematical Statistics. Advances in Physical Education, 3, 154-157. doi: 10.4236/ape.2013.34025.
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