What my Doctoral Thesis Taught me: Tennis Training for the Future Champions

Coaches teach tennis from the point of “racquet-ball” rather than movement and timing. Interception has two aspects, movement towards the ball to intercept it and create an impact point. This can differ from the concept of the hitting in which player can wait for the ball to approach before the impact. Even with the perfect contact point in which the ball lands at the string bed at the sweet spot, if the momentum of the hitter’s racquet movement does not match the movement momentum of the incoming ball, the stroke will not be satisfactory in intensity and direction

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I would like to use the scientific approach to tennis and bring it in the easiest form to the tennis coaches around the world.

Understanding the movement patterns of the expert players can provide many data which we should use when developing tennis players.

These data showed that the more expert player is skilled in disguising his stroke intentions the more he places opponent to the disadvantageous position. Something worth to think about when talking about technical-tactical aspect of the tennis teaching





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