Primerjava prevožene razdalje in igralnih značilnosti med zmagovalcem in poražencem v tenisu na vozičku
Filipčič, Tjaša (Author), Filipčič, Aleš (Author)

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Background: Wheelchair tennis belongs to complex polystructural sport activities with different movements and tennis strokes. The purpose of this study is to examine and compare differences in work-load (distance covered) and playing characteristics between a winner and loser in a particular wheelchair tennis match. Methods: Work load and playing characteristics were analysed and compared using the SAGIT/TENIS tracking system. Playing characteristics were assessed with 12 variables. Results: The winner in the selected tennis match covered shorter distance as compared to the loser. He was more aggressive; performed more winner strokes and committed a similar number of errors as compared to his opponent. Conclusions: Tennis demands good physical condition of the player. The distance covered is around 5-6 km per match. The trend of the tennis game is directed towards more aggressive and also reliable performance. More successful player is the one who has the initiative in the game, puts pressure on the opponent and gets more direct points. Therefore, he forces the opponent into movement.

Keywords:tenis na vozičku, obremenitev, igralne značilnosti
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Number of pages:str. 30-34
Numbering:Letn. 7, št. 2
ISSN on article:1580-9315
COBISS.SI-ID:886889 Link is opened in a new window
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Publisher:Inštitut Republike Slovenije za rehabilitacijo
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Keywords:wheelchair tennis, work-load, playing characteristics

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