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A game played by two or four players with rackets and an elastic ball on a level court divided by a low net.
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Lateral epicondylitis of the elbow is a common cause of elbow pain and a frequent reason for medical consultation. Comprehension of disease pathology, clinical presentation, and taking evidence-based decisions is crucial for providing the optimal care. Therefore, it is paramount that the clinician is well aware and up-to-date with the leges artis a...
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Serve in tennis is a very important strokes and is positively correlated with the rankings of the Association of Tennis Professionals ranking. This study investigated the associations between time-course changes in the ratings for perceived exertion, executive function, and second serve accuracy during 30-min tennis exercise sessions. Eleven Japane...
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The relation between specific sport practice and possible spine modifications is unclear. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of different sports on the spine in adult varsity athletes across a six month sports season. Forty-four athletes (24.5 ± 3 years) were divided into two groups according to the typology of the sport practiced...
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The implementation of training at a young age involves the role of coaches, parents, and students/athletes, but the quality of these roles in enjoying the training process has not been presently evaluated. Therefore, this study aims to determine the relationship between coach leadership, parental involvement, and athletes' enjoyment in training. A...
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Purpose: Psychological resilience is vital to the development of sport talents. Qualitative research has consistently demonstrated that sport resilience encapsulates a mixed package of resilience qualities (reflecting positive traits and characteristics) and resilience support (reflecting perceived support and related resources). Ironically, sport...
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Introduction Tennis is a competitive sport endowed with subtle movements, sophisticated and changeable techniques and tactics, and intense confrontation. It has high demands on the athlete's physical and psychological qualities. To win high-level professional tennis events, in addition to basic skills, comprehensive technical and tactical abilities...
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Introduction A series of reforms in table tennis involving the development trend of table tennis technology and the needs of athletes to improve competitive ability and prevent injuries have presented new requirements for the abdominal center strength of athletes. Objective Study the impacts of implementing abdominal center strength training on th...
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Introduction The physical fitness of Chinese table tennis players is critical as the continuous development in sports technologies increases the demands for physical fitness during competitions. And the physical quality of table tennis players is a problem that cannot be ignored. Objective Analyze the energy supply characteristics of table tennis...
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Introduction Tennis is highly technical, and any error in its players’ strength training can exponentially impact the competition. A timely review and analysis of tennis players’ biomechanics will help to better understand the training system and reveal the basis for future scientific sports training strategies. Objective Analyzes the effect of di...
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Introduction Tennis players often participate in large-scale competitions, requiring a stable pattern of play to achieve the best results. This sport style requires great strength of the abdominal core because this strengthened muscle group will play a key role in the motor skills of the sport, such as force conduction, support stabilization, and s...
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Research exploring athletes and coaches’ perceptions of parent involvement in youth sport has demonstrated the presence of maladaptive parent involvement in youth sport. This research has provided insights into inappropriate parenting practices displayed in the youth sport environment. However, representative of the broader sport parenting literatu...
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The purpose of the current study was to utilize the RE-AIM (i.e., reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, and maintenance) framework to evaluate the national-level scale-out of the Lawn Tennis Association’s “Optimal Competition Parenting Workshop” (OCPW) across a 4-year period. During 2018, 65 workshops were run across the United Kingdom, 1...
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Athletes need to maintain the necessary physical conditioning for sports performance while wearing face masks to reduce the risk of virus transmission during training and competition during the COVID-19 situation. The quantitative and physiological effects of face masks on exercise capacity needs to be reported. The purpose of this study was to eva...
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Odontogenic myxoma (OM) is a rare benign odontogenic tumor characterized by stellate and spindle-shaped cells dispersed in an abundant myxoid extracellular matrix. The bony invasion by the tumor imparts a characteristic ‘soap bubble’, ‘honeycomb’, or ‘tennis racquet’ radiographic appearance to the lesion. The decision of adopting a conservative or...
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(1) Background: Computer-based analyses have been widely used to study aspects of various team and racket sports. However, such analyses have so far eluded table tennis, except in special competition forms, under fixed laboratory conditions or have only tracked the ball. The aim was to detect a basic, global, positional behavior, independent of the...
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Introduction Table tennis is widely acclaimed by the public and is also one of the most popular activities chosen by Chinese athletes. However, many athletes only pay attention to learning sports skills in sports training and neglect muscle strength training. Objective Study the training strategy of the muscles that make up the elbow joint in tabl...
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Introduction By improving the material level of life, the amount of exercise of adolescents is decreasing, leading the muscular strength and cardiorespiratory resistance to also decrease instead of increase. Therefore, it is urgent to present effective training methods in physical education teaching to benefit adolescents’ quality of life. Objecti...
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Abstract In tennis, it is common for young male tennis players to spend several weeks away from their local training camps during the competition season, which could affect their performance. The purpose of the study was to analyze the effects of a six-week international tour on physical performance and body composition in young Chilean tennis play...
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Introduction The current teaching mode of table tennis in China is satisfactory, but there are still some problems that are the focus of physical education teachers, such as the low efficiency of sports training. Objective Study the effect of abdominal core training on table tennis teaching. Methods Volunteers trained in table tennis at a physica...
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Introduction High-intensity training is an important point in table tennis training. Due to the high muscle load, occasional injuries may occur during the practice of this activity, requiring the intervention of dedicated physical rehabilitation. Objective Explore the rehabilitation process of muscle injuries caused by high-intensity training in t...
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Introduction The progressive advance of table tennis athletes’ competitive level demands restructuring the traditional strength training program to readjust itself to the current athletic abilities. Objective Explore a strategy based on strength training to improve table tennis athletes’ physical capacity and hitting ability. Methods Thirty table...
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Introduction How to scientifically improve the sports balance ability of table tennis players is a frequent question among current researchers. Increasing the explosive power and stability of the lower limbs to improve competitive performance is one of the main focuses of current research. Objective Analyze the impacts caused by lower limb trainin...
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Effects of various exercise programs on postural balance control in athletes and their underlying physiological mechanisms have been extensively investigated. However, little is known regarding how challenging sport-specific conditions contribute to the improvement of body balance and to what extent these changes may be explained by sensorimotor an...
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The game of table tennis, also known as ping pong, is a two-person game. Whenever a player wants to play a game he generally needs another player. But this is not always possible, finding another player is a hassle hat we are trying to eliminate. Our project facilitates the player to play or practice on his own without the need for another player....
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Better physical fitness and stroke velocity in healthy elite compared to sub-elite tennis players have been shown in previous studies. However, evidence-based knowledge regarding the effectiveness of athletic training on physical fitness and stroke velocity is currently lacking. Thus, the objective of this systematic review with meta-analysis was t...
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The purpose of this paper is to design a test to measure (proprioception) Identifying the level of the senses of balance and proprioception of some individual and team sport players, identifying the relationship between the senses of balance and proprioception among some individual sport players, identifying the relationship between the senses of b...
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of 6 weeks (conducted twice per week for a total of 12 sessions) of plyometric training with resistance bands on different neuromuscular characteristics among the sample of junior tennis players. Thirty junior tennis players between the ages of 12 and 14 years (age 13.5 ± 1.8 years; weight 51.3...
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Stress-strain and hysteresis data were obtained to understand stiffness and plastic yielding of the various commercial strings in order to distinguish different Co-Poly and nylon compositions, where Co-Poly refers to strings made with aromatic or PET [Poly(Ethylene Terephthalate)] copolymer/blend based resins. DSC was used to provide a general char...
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The Table Tennis game does not involve large displacements by the practitioner in the environment, a characteristic that can promote greater safety for the elderly in locomotor terms. In addition, it needs coordination, agility, speed of reaction, dynamic balance, which have been the focus of current recommendations of physical activity for the hea...
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BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Chronic shoulder pain in throwing athletes is a common complaint in everyday practice. Despite the growing number of publications, it is unclear whether these athletes have mechanical hyperalgesia associated with pain, which could alter the treatment options undertaken. The aim of the study was to summarize the results of...
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Tension stability of single strings over broad time periods was measured with vibrational frequency analysis and the Stringmeter, and applied to various classes of strings including different moduli Co-Poly in addition to nylon/"synthetic", natural gut, and PEEK [Poly(arylEtherEtherKetone)] (i.e., Zyex/PEEK monofilament). Co-Poly is a general term...
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Shared understanding can be defined as two or more people thinking similarly in specific situations. Team members who share similar thoughts are positively related to an effective performance. Within team sports like football, shared understanding between team members facilitates a more coordinated performance. For example, shared understanding bet...
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Background: Since mixed doubles have been set up in the table tennis competition of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, coaches and players have paid increasing attention to mixed doubles matches. This study aims to compare and analyse male and female performance in the different contexts of table tennis mixed doubles as well as the impact of their perf...
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Introduction High-intensity exercise causes oxidative stress, muscle soreness, and muscle fatigue, leading to reduced exercise performance. Curcumin possesses antioxidative and anti-inflammatory properties and thus alleviates postexercise damage. Therefore, this study evaluated the effect of curcumin on athletes’ postexercise recovery. Methods A n...
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This preliminary study aimed to assess skin temperature (Tsk) asymmetries before and after on-court training in elite young tennis players and to find the correlation between these asymmetries and demographic data, racquet characteristics, and pain and fatigue variation. Thermal images of nine tennis players were taken before and after two and a ha...
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Absztrakt A gyermekkori többnyelvű fejlődés lényegesen komplexebb folyamat mint az egynyelvű. A két-vagy többnyelvű agy már csecsemőkorban adaptálódik a többnyelvű környezethez, amelyben a gyermeknek folyamatosan fel kell térképezniük a nyelvi környezetet, a benne szereplők nyelvi konfigurációját, a nyelvtudásszintjüket az egyes nyelveikben, és ade...
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The purpose of the research was to construct a model that could forecast the probability of winning in the case of Novak Djokovic in the men's singles grand slam event of the Australian Open and to determine the relative relevance of the match data that contribute to victory. A total number of 147 matches were recorded for all nine years i.e., from...
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Introduction The weakness of cadence and rotation speed in table tennis brings new challenges to the physical strength of young players, presenting a redoubled effort for physical fitness and stability of the shot movements. Objective Study the influence of aerobic and anaerobic exercise on the training effect of table tennis players. Methods 27...
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Achilles tendon rupture is the most common tendon injury in the lower limb, and its incidence has been on the rise since the 1980s. Individuals with Achilles tendon rupture often present with pain, snapping, and audible popping at the site of injury. The mechanism of rupture is described as a suddenly forced plantar flexion of the foot. Moreover, d...
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Introduction Core strength training has attracted much attention in modern competitive sports. Objective Study the effect of core strength training on pelvic girdle strength in table tennis players. Methods 50 students aged 12-14 from the table tennis club of an elementary school affiliated with a normal university were divided into a control gro...
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Introduction Table tennis is demanding in terms of athletes’ physical fitness and muscular responsiveness. Excellent physical fitness is important to ensure a high technical level. It can also play an essential role in injury prevention. Objective Explore the correlation between table tennis players’ movements and their displacements. Methods Vol...
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Introduction In recent years, there have been a number of reforms in table tennis, trends in technology development, and demands on the part of athletes to improve their competitive ability and prevent injuries. Objective Evaluate the effect of abdominal core strength training on ball control stability in table tennis players. Methods By random s...
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Introduction A tennis match may last up to four hours with long intervals between moves of medium to high exercise intensity for 10 minutes and aerobic characteristic that requires specific sources of energy. Inappropriate diets can negatively impact sports performance and delay the recovery phase. Fortified wheat germ protein powder has the supple...
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In many sports contests, the equilibrium requires players to randomize across repeated rounds, i.e., exhibit no temporal predictability. Such sports data present a window into the (in)efficiency of random sequence generation in a natural competitive environment, where the decision makers (tennis players) are both highly experienced and incentivized...
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In this study, tennis balls were analyzed experimentally through the use of a wind tunnel with speed ranging from 1m/s to 14 m/s, which is a variation in the Reynolds number (10,000 < Re < 60,000). In this context, aerodynamic aspects of the balls were evaluated, including the position of the seam and the degree fuzz, i.e., with and without fuzz. I...
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Introduction Strength training plays a unique role in improving muscle strength and stability in athletes. Initially used in rehabilitation, it is now widely used in competitive sports. Objective To combat the problem of physical exercise capacity and body posture maintenance when tennis players complete several complex movements in training, this...
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Introduction Maintaining body balance is a prerequisite for good tennis practice. Therefore, the demands of technical movements for competitive playability are achieved only after players have improved balance. Objective Analyze the impacts of balance training on the performance of tennis players. Methods 24 male tennis college students, 18 to 21...
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Introduction The development of the technical level of table tennis and the reform of the rules require players to have a proportionally comprehensive technical base, aiming to climb to the top of world table tennis. Objective Study the effect of high-intensity competition on the physical fitness of table tennis players. Methods By analyzing the...
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Introduction The development of table tennis and its rule changes increased the importance of physical training with the decline of ball speed and rotation, highlighting the importance of strong quality in the game. Objective To study the effect of the muscular warm-up phase on improving physical conditioning in table tennis players. Methods We r...
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You see it everywhere—the ponytail hairstyle. Before the influencers Kim Kardashian West and Kylie Jenner, there were Barbie dolls and the movie stars Sandra Dee and Brigitte Bardot, and popstars Madonna and Beyoncé. Tennis star Serena Williams often sports a ponytail, and among women World Cup soccer players, countless. In this introduction, I out...
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Recent advances in sensor technologies, in particular video-based human detection, object tracking and pose estimation, have opened new possibilities for the automatic or semi-automatic per-frame annotation of sport videos. In the case of racket sports such as tennis and padel, state-of-the-art deep learning methods allow the robust detection and t...
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The flat serve is characterized by its speed. When successfully executed, the serving player can gain a direct point from the serve or an advantageous situation for the following rally. The aim is to investigate the relationship of ball toss to the success rate of the flat serve of tennis players. We observed 2 hobby and 8 competitive tennis player...
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The aims of this study were to analyze the heart rate response, the game temporal structure (i.e., mean total time of the matches, real playing time, total rest time) and the stroke technique distribution and to describe its relations in the table tennis national category in simulated competitions. A cohort of 60 table tennis male players (22.06 ±...
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The aims of this research are: 1). To find out differences in student learning outcomes in table tennis learning through the application of the Multiball and the Guided method, 2). To find out which method is better between the Multiball and the Guided method for student learning outcomes in Table Tennis courses. The subjects of this research were...
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Background: QE is defined as the final fixation on a specific location or object in the visuomotor workspace, for a minimum of 100 ms, that enables the athletes to gather relevant information before a critical movement. Several lines of research indicate that QE contributes to sports performance. However, its contribution to performance is derived...
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The purpose of this study was to determine and examine the description of the physical condition that has components which are strength, agility and reaction speed as well as basic service and drive technical skills possessed by table tennis athletes in Table Tennis Federation of Malang City. This research is a quantitative descriptive type and use...
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Background This paper aims at discussing the effect of 12-week rope jumping training session on the performance of dynamic balance ability and hitting stability among young tennis players. Methods Sixteen young tennis players were recruited and randomly distributed into an experimental group and a control group to go through training for twelve we...
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This physical and mechanical properties of a table tennis blade made from sorghum ba-gasse particleboard (TTBSB-particleboard) bonded maleic acid adhesive was investigated under pressing temperature and time variations. The TTBSB-particleboard was produced via a two-stage process in this study. A pressing temperature of 170-200 °C was used to prepa...
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A Zuglói Egészségfejlesztési Iroda 2018 őszétől végez prevencióra és egészségfejlesztésre irányuló tevékenységeket, köztük pedig kiemelt szerepet kap a lelki egészség megőrzésének támogatása. Közleményünkben ezért az egyik sikeresnek bizonyult programunkat mutatjuk be, mely a mentális jóllét önbecsülésre vonatkozó elemét célozta meg négyalkalmas on...
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This research is development research with the 4 D approach model, namely: define, design, develop, and disseminate. Data collection techniques were obtained from observation, interviews, and questionnaires. The subjects of this study were users of FIK UNY tennis courts which included permanent users, Selabora coaches, Selabora students, parents of...
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Abstract: Given that serve velocity has been identified as one of the most important components influencing performance in tennis, identifying the factors associated with serve velocity is crucial for coaches and athletes. The aim of this study was to describe the relationship between physical performance, anthropometric characteristics and stroke...
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Introduction: Footwork is one of the training contents that table tennis players and coaches focus on. This study aimed to gain a thorough understanding of the muscle activity of the table tennis footwork and creating a musculoskeletal model to investigate the muscle forces, joint kinematic, and joint kinetic characteristics of the footwork during...
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Tennis match performance is often evaluated by a player's internal (heart rate) and external (match analytics) outcomes. Numerous factors could influence these outcomes, including the time of day, which may be advantageous or not depending on a player's chronotype. This study aimed to determine the influence time of day, chronotype and sleep–wake b...
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Nagyszombat a Magyar Királyság jezsuita iskolahálózatának kitüntetett jelentőségű helyszíne volt, amely az alsófokú oktatástól egészen az egyetemi stúdiumokig biztosított különböző szintű képzést a diákok számára. Az ország elsőszámú katolikus iskolacentruma a nemesi és főnemesi famíliák művelődésében is rendkívül fontos szerepet játszott. A tanulm...
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Survey pendahuluan di Wilayah Kerja Puskesmas Leyangan, didapatkan data jumlah persalinan pada tahun 2019 sebanyak 439 persalinan, terdiri dari persalinan normal sebanyak 312 orang (71%). Dari 312 persalinan, semuanya mengalami nyeri persalinan khususnya kala 1 fase aktif. Jumlah persalinan pada tahun 2020 sebanyak 398 persalinan, terdiri dari pers...
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Narrative theory states that through creating personal stories people can make sense of their lives and create an identity. The “performance narrative” is a story of single-minded dedication to sport performance, where, winning, results, achievements are pre-eminent and link closely to the athlete’s mental well-being. The “performance narrative” ha...
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This study is aimed at analyzing young tennis players through an evaluation of the simple reaction times (RTsS) and complex reaction times (RTsC) using the SensoBuzz console, equipped with a chronometer, connected to a release button, three push buttons and two conductance platforms. The SensoBuzz console was used for a first evaluation of the simp...
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This paper propose five tennis-specific tests performed on hardcourt to analyze coordination of lower limbs and laterality. Times to complete one 20 meters linear sprint and four 4 x 5 meters shuttle sprints (180° change of direction) in: a) open stance, b) neutral stance, c) forehand and d) backhand, were recorded in 342 youth tennis players aged...