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biomechanical analysis of the one-handed backhand groundstroke
Linda D. Pecore
Written in English
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Effortless Power Through Biomechanical Exercises: The Biomechanics module breaks down the one-handed backhand into more general movements that you can then practice with specific feel-based exercises that help you sense the role of each movement and how each contributes to . Review of tennis serve motion analysis and the biomechanics of three serve types with implications for injury Subject-specific computer simulation model for determining elbow loading in one-handed tennis backhand groundstrokes Serving to different locations: set-up, toss, and racket kinematics of the professional tennis serve
After relating this seminal event in tennis groundstroke history, Deford offered his own opinion. The American's backhand was not only great, but "one of the three or four best shots in tennis Author: Jeffrey Ruth. Biomechanics As A Foundation And Technique As A Modification. So, what does it mean that biomechanics is the foundation of a tennis stroke? I show Colin an example with my forehand: it is based on hip rotation, weight transfer and a swing (pendulum). Later on, I show the same principle with my one-handed backhand.
Biomechanical Analysis of the Tennis Backhand. Researcher: Evanthis Raftopoulos Institution: SFSU Fall, Abstract: The tennis backhand is a major stroke in tennis that can be performed in two basic conditions: the one-handed backhand and the two-handed backhand. Sometimes in Tennis, One Hand is Still Better Than Two Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece at the Barcelona Open in April. Tsitsipas, ranked 35th in the world, plays with a one-handed backhand.
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The following data were described after analysis of the film: flexion of the elbow joint at the completion of the backswing and start of the forward swing through the contact point; displacement of the center of gravity of the right hand, right lower arm, right upper arm, racket and total body; actual and cumulative time from the completion of the backswing through the contact point; linear velocities of the racket, right hand Cited by: 1.
A biomechanical analysis of the one-handed backhand groundstroke by Linda D. Pecore, edition, Microform in EnglishPages: Get this from a library. A biomechanical analysis of the one-handed backhand groundstroke.
[Linda D Pecore] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>, schema. A biomechanical analysis of the one-handed backhand groundstroke. By Linda D. Pecore. Abstract. The problem of this study was to biomechanically analyze the data of the performance of the one-handed backhand groundstroke for female beginning and advanced tennis players using the flexed (circular backswing) or the extended (straight backswing Author: Linda D.
Pecore. Simulation results suggest that for similar ball-racket impact conditions, the difference in elbow loading for a topspin and slice one-handed backhand groundstroke is relatively small. Abstract. Groundstrokes are the predominant strokes in tennis, outnumbering serves by a factor of almost 2.
While the volume of groundstrokes is typically double for men compared with those of women, the similarity in velocity generation for forehands and backhands, irrespective of sex, means that a biomechanical base to groundstroke production is critical in attaining optimal performance and Author: Bruce Elliott, Machar Reid, David Whiteside.
• One handed backhand is a multi-segmental (5) stroke • Two handed stroke: – Earlier work suggested that involved a bi- segmental co-ordination (hip rotation followed by trunk-limb-racquet segment rotation) – Joint rotation at the hips, shoulders, elbows and wrists shows that it is also Size: KB.
Abstract. The primary goals of the sport biomechanist are to improve athletic performance and to reduce the risk of injury. Biomechanical research has typically involved descriptive studies of the kinematics and kinetics of sport skills, electromyographic studies of muscle activation, and modelling and simulation by: The backhand is one of the two basic groundstrokes in tennis and can be played both with one or two hands, with topspin or backspin.
Despite its variety of derivatives, the scientific literature describing the backhand groundstroke production has not been reviewed as. One-handed backhands have the hitting shoulder in front of the body and rely less on trunk rotation and more on coordinated shoulder and forearm rotations to create the stroke (Figure 2a-f).
Front-leg extensor torques are larger in the 1-handed backhand than the 2-handed backhand. Movement Analysis of a Back Handspring Phase 1 History Phase 2: The Jumping Back Phase Phase 1: Muscles & Joints Joint movements Flexion of hips, knees, hand/wrist, and ankles Extension of shoulders *The back handspring is a skill used very heavily in cheerleading and gymnastics.
Tennis techniques has adapted for every new generation of tennis players. Tennis forehand technique has evolved, from old school closed stances, to rotational angular momentum hitting styles.
Tennis Backhand Techniques. Backhand tennis techniques is important to have, as the tennis backhand is the second biggest shot in the groundstroke game. In strokes where power is required (such as the service and groundstrokes), a number of body segments must be coordinated in such a way that a high racquet speed is generated at impact.
Where precision is needed, the number of segments is reduced and segments operate more as a Cited by: Duane Knudson, PhD, is a professor in the department of kinesiology and an associate dean of the College of Communication and Education at California State University–Chico.A world-renowned expert on the biomechanics of tennis, stretching, and qualitative analysis, he has served several terms on the Sport Science Committee of the United States Tennis Association.
Backhand Ground Stroke: Before Collision: % KE in Racquet After Collision: * Numbers adapted from Brody et al. Drop Shot Stroke: Before Collision: % KE in Racquet After Collision: KE in Ball % KE in Racquet % Energy Lost % KE in Ball % KE.
We investigated the wrist kinematics (flexion/extension), grip pressures, and wrist muscle electromyographic activity in novice (N=8) and expert (N=8) tennis players performing the backhand stroke. Experts performed the backhand stroke with the wrist extended (re: neutral alignment of the forearm and hand dorsum).Cited by: The coaches were asked to hit 15 one-handed and two-handed backhands.
The tests were carried out in a laboratory. A sponge ball was used in order to protect the measurement equipment. Video motion analysis was carried out using BTS SMART system; images were recorded with 6 cameras with a rate of frames per by: 9. The two-handed backhand is a three-segment sequence (hips and trunk / upper arms and hands) as opposed to the five-segment sequence of one handed backhands (hips, trunk, upper arm, forearm and hand).
All things being equal, the kinetic chain is virtually the same for both types of backhands and should be observed as such. Whether you hit a one-handed backhand, a two-handed backhand, predominantly with slice, or solely with topspin, this section will help you polish your backhand to achieve more power, consistency, and control.
By understanding and practicing the technical fundamentals in these videos, you will be well on your way to a more efficient and reliable backhand groundstroke.
The effects of ball impact location and grip tightness on the arm, racquet and ball for one-handed tennis backhand groundstrokes. Journal of Biomechanics, 45, – doi: /ch, [Web of Science ®], [Google Scholar]) with off-centre impacts frequently occurring (Elliott, Elliott, B.
().Cited by: 4. One-handed backhand Groundstroke - Roger Federer Online Instructions - Key points in slow-motion: 1) Backswing 2) Forwardswing Hit the .Bambinis – Backhand Fundamentals – Rolling with two Hands.
Here is a great way to introduce children to the two handed backhand. Young players roll a big Swiss Ball to each other pushing with both hands mimicking a backhand. To get access to the videos and premium media, just login he.the suggested hypotheses, A biomechanical analysis, using techniques of electromyography and electrogoniometry, was carried out to compare the backhand stroke techniques of novice and advanced tennis players.
It was hypothesized that novice players generate greater farces with their wrist extensor musculature than do advanced.