Virtual Reality Analysis in Tennis Serve Technique Stability for Junior Masters
Chengdu sport university, Chengdu, Sichuan, China
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This study consists of virtual reality analysis of tennis serve technique was constructed based on two male professional players from 2016 Chengdu ITF Junior Masters: Casper RUUD and Miomir Kecmanovic. The purpose of the study is to find an effective way of building stability of serves for junior players. This study will provide some considerable data for coaches and players in improving the stability and quality of the serve technique. Results of the study show 5 main points of view: (1) RUUD has a higher stability on controlling the height and location of serve. (2) During the swing stage, RUUD’s “scratching back” position of racket head is deeper, but Kecmanovic’s consistency is better. (3) For the consistency of the height to hit the ball, RUUD has a better control. (4) The height of the ball toss is a key point to affect the quality and stability for serves. (5) Overall, RUUD has a higher serve consistency than Kecmanovic.
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