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Relationship of Selected Kinematic Parameters with the Performance of Slice Service in Lawn Tennis | Original Article

J. P. Bhukar*, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Aim Aim of the present study was to identify the relationships between linear, angular kinematic parameters and slice service performance. Methods Five (N=5) male tennis players from Guru Nanak professional tennis academy Chandigarh with Height176.58±4.52, Weight72.36±7.26, and Age22.30±1.52 were chosen for the study. Results linear kinematic variable’s (Centre of gravity) mean and SD reported was 117.52±10.46, whereas in case of angular kinematic variables, it is evident that Mean was maximum for Shoulder Joint angle (179.60) and minimum for Ankle Joint angle (135.20). Conclusion Based on the findings of the current empirical investigation, it is possible to draw the conclusion that a similar study can be carried out with a larger sample size and more experienced tennis players in terms of technical and performance ability