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A Comparative Analysis of Horizontal Rotation Movements for Different Ball Course during Two-handed Backhand Drive Stroke in Tennis
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A Comparative Analysis of Horizontal Rotation Movements for Different Ball Course during Two-handed Backhand Drive Stroke in Tennis
Seo, Kook-Eun; Chung, Yong-Min; Kang, Young-Taek;
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 Abstract
Objective : The purpose of this study was to compare the kinematic data of the horizontal rotation movements of shoulder, hip, knee during two-handed backhand drive stroke according to two different ball directions. Methods : The kinematic variables were analyzed such as the joint angles of the lower body, horizontal rotation angles of the shoulder, hip, inter-knee segment, body twist angle and difference in angle of forward swing. Two-handed backhand drive stroke was analyzed through a three-dimensional motion analysis. The collected data were analyzed by a paired t-test, and the statistical significant value was set at . Results : The findings of this study were as follows; First, there was no difference in the total angles of lower limb joints from the forward swing position to impact posterior. Second, there was no difference in the horizontal rotation angles of E1 shoulder, hip, and E2 shoulder but the horizontal rotation angles of E1 knee, E2 hip, knee, E3, and E4 shoulder, hip, and knee were different in all events. Third, there was no difference in the body twist angle of the maximum horizontal rotation. In addition, there was no difference in the angle of the body twist by the ball direction in the shoulder-hip, the hip-knee and the shoulder-knee. Conclusion : Horizontal rotation angle determines ball directions.
 Keywords
Two-handed backhand stroke;Horizontal rotation movement;Body twist;
 Language
Korean
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