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In contrast to running, a large number of indoor sports show a variety of body and foot movements with fast changes of direction. These "stop-and-go" movements including jumps and rotations produce loads at the joints of the foot, knee and hip in an order of magnitude often underestimated. The goal of this investigation was to provide an overview over various indoor sports movements and to draw conclusions with respect to sport shoe constructions. Reconsideration of the functionality of the foot led to shoe constructions which allow the shoe to rotate about its longitudinal axis torsion , a movement with which the forefoot can again "reach" for the ground in landing situations. However, the problem of the rear foot stability and cushioning at a rear foot touch down is not yet solved. Therefore it must be postulated that shoes for indoor sports and tennis should be provided with an increased lateral stability at the rear foot.

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Modern World level tennis is a game with high dynamics and tempo, it is required of a sportsmen to be well physically and technically prepared as well as have an understanding of modern game.

A great deal of controversy in tennis strokes has involved the changes in the forehand technique. Despite the existing researches in this area, currently no consensus about the implementation of most effective forehand. Aim of this study was biomechanical model of forehand in tennis. To investigate the scale of forehands application in modern tennis were analyzed Sony Ericsson WTA Tour final game Results: sum of all strokes except serves and smashes in Sony Ericsson WTA Tour final were strokes, included forehands 94 in open stance and only 44 in square stance.

Forehand movement organization principle is whip's mechanism. Conclusions: forehand in open stance is more applied in modern tennis game. Forehand movement organization principle is whip's mechanisms. Stance version of forehand is situation specific and it has nothing to do with development of largest racquet velocities. Ground reaction forces addict of stance form. In square stance horizontal component were greater, it may be involved with developing linear momentum.

Latvian Academy of Sport Education. All rights reserved. Biomechanical analysis of forehand in modern tennis. Source Researchgate Translate. Similar Items Kinematical analysis of technical characteristics of forehand topspin in tennis Sun, Y.

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Modern World level tennis is a game with high dynamics and tempo, it is required of a sportsmen to be well physically and technically prepared as well as have an understanding of modern game. A great deal of controversy in tennis strokes has involved the changes in the forehand technique. Despite the existing researches in this area, currently no consensus about the implementation of most effective forehand. Aim of this study was biomechanical model of forehand in tennis.

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