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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


One of the greatest challenges of the dynamic tennis environment is a creation of a quick and accurate decision of the physical response (movement) corresponding to the technical-tactical intentions of the opponents’ striking actions. By prioritizing the needs of high-speed reactions, expert tennis players tend to decide of the movement direction and intensity while still being above the ground, at the air phase of the split step, as proposed by Uzu et al. (2009). From there the decision of the movement intensity and direction corresponds to receiver gathering information while increasing the much-needed muscle spindle sensitivity of the leg muscles before the ground contact, moving their center of mass away towards the edges of their support base.






外部フォーカスは、動的環境の変化を検出することに関連しています。外部フォーカスの問題点は、それが非常に広い範囲に及ぶ可能性があることです。広い関心は情報源を特定しますが、多くの情報を処理することは、意思決定プロセスの効率に悪影響を及ぼします。 環境からの関連情報のみを検出することに関連する視覚的な戦略を作成することで、最も効率的なストロークを作成し、相手にプレッシャーをかけるための十分な時間を確保することで、対応を速めることができます。

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