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Injuries in Slovenian table tennis players compared with injuries of some of the best Slovenian tennis players


Kondrič, Miran; Furjan-Mandić, Gordana; Hadžić, Vedran; Dervišević, Edvin; Matković, Branka; Ochiana, Nicolae
Injuries in Slovenian table tennis players compared with injuries of some of the best Slovenian tennis players // Gymnasium. Revista de educatie fizica si sport, VIII (2008), 13; 73-85 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Injuries in Slovenian table tennis players compared with injuries of some of the best Slovenian tennis players

Autori
Kondrič, Miran ; Furjan-Mandić, Gordana ; Hadžić, Vedran ; Dervišević, Edvin ; Matković, Branka ; Ochiana, Nicolae

Izvornik
Gymnasium. Revista de educatie fizica si sport (1453-0201) VIII (2008), 13; 73-85

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Table tennis ; tennis ; injuries

Sažetak
Injuries are pat of the modern competitive sport and as a result of increasing participation, intensity, demands and longer training periods, the potential risk of injuries in sport increase. For coach that's why it is necessary to understand what factors have to be involved in an injury prevention strategy for table tennis and tennis. On the sample of 68 top Slovenian athletes we have studied the frequency of injuries among table tennis and tennis players, types of injuries and their severity – the latter based on data of players absences from training and/or competition processes. Although table tennis is one of the less risky sports, we found out that the number and level of injuries are quite the same in both sorts. The most liable parts to injuries in table tennis are shoulder girdle (20.05%), and in tennis ankle (20.00%) followed by spine and hips (both 15.79%) in table tennis and spine (15.38%), wrist and shoulder (both 13.85%) in tennis ; other parts of the body are slightly less liable to injuries. According to this data, we can see that the greatest problem of both sports are abrupt movements – in table tennis no swing phase at the end of some strokes and in tennis fast movement blocking on hard surfaces. The majority of injuries occur halfway through a training session or a competition event, mostly during a competition season. The injuries primarily pertain to muscle tissues ; these are followed by joint and tendon injuries.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Javno zdravstvo i zdravstvena zaštita



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Ustanove
Kineziološki fakultet, Zagreb,
Sveučilište Libertas

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