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Differences in situational efficiency of the match winners in 2015 Australian Open and Roland Garros


Barić, Matej; Barbaros Tudor, Petar; Oršolić, Mario
Differences in situational efficiency of the match winners in 2015 Australian Open and Roland Garros // World Congress of Performance Analysis of Sport XII: Proceedings / Škegro, Dario ; Belčić, Ivan ; Sporiš, Goran ; Krističević, Tomislav (ur.).
Zagreb: Faculty of Kinesiology, 2018. str. 151-156 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni)


Naslov
Differences in situational efficiency of the match winners in 2015 Australian Open and Roland Garros

Autori
Barić, Matej ; Barbaros Tudor, Petar ; Oršolić, Mario

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u zbornicima skupova, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni

Izvornik
World Congress of Performance Analysis of Sport XII: Proceedings / Škegro, Dario ; Belčić, Ivan ; Sporiš, Goran ; Krističević, Tomislav - Zagreb : Faculty of Kinesiology, 2018, 151-156

ISBN
975-953-317-062-6

Skup
World Congress of Performance Analysis of Sport XII

Mjesto i datum
Opatija, Hrvatska, 19-23.9.2018

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Tennis ; analysis ; situational efficiency ; men tennis singles
(Tennis ; analysis ; situational efficiency ; men tennis single)

Sažetak
The aim of this research is to determine the differences in parameters of situational efficiency in the middle and the final part of a tennis point between players who won matches at the 2015 Australian Open and Roland Garros. The study includes analysis of statistics for players who won in 103 tennis matches played in the main part of the Australian Open tournament and 126 tennis matches played at Roland Garros, for which offi cial statistical data was available. For the purpose of this research, analysis was conducted by using the available statistical indicators for played ATP matches of tennis players in the main part of the 2015 Australian Open and Roland Garros tournaments. The data was downloaded from the official tournament websites and it exclusively refers to the game during the middle and the final part of a tennis point. The following parameters of descriptive statistics were calculated for each variable: arithmetic mean (AM), minimum value (Min), maximum value (Max) and standard deviation (SD). The above mentioned parameters were calculated for the winners of tennis matches played at the 2015 Australian Open and Roland Garros. The differences in parameters of situational efficiency for the middle and final part of a tennis point between the players who won matches at the mentioned tournaments were determined by using the independent samples t-test. The results of this research indicated statistical differences for ground stroke shots in the following variables: forehand winners (p<0, 00), backhand winners (p<0, 00), forehand forced errors (p<0, 00) and backhand forced errors (p<0, 00). Analysis for drop shots demonstrated statistical differences (p<0, 00) in variables of forehand winners, backhand winners, forehand unforced errors and backhand unforced errors. Likewise, there were statistical differences in variables of forehand forced errors and backhand forced errors for passing shots. Overhead shots also indicated statistical differences in forehand winners (p<0, 01), while volley shots demonstrated statistical differences in variables of forehand winners (p<0, 01) and backhand winners (p<0, 03). The obtained results allow the conclusion that tennis players who won matches at the mentioned tournaments statistically diff er in a substantial number of variables. The main reason for such diff erences are diff erent tennis court surfaces on which the two compared tournaments are played, which therefore implies diff erent tactical variants of playing points for the players. The strongest differences are represented in ground stroke shots, which results in the conclusion that clay court surfaces require players to use an aggressive game tactics from the baseline, including powerful topspin shots and drop shots, whereas hard court surfaces require tennis players to base their game primarily from the baseline, however, with somewhat straighter shots due to less friction of the tennis court surface. The results of this research can be very valuable in terms of better understanding the diversity of the game on different court surfaces, as well as for assisting in preparing tennis players for competing on hard or clay court surfaces.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Kineziologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Kineziološki fakultet, Zagreb

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Petar Barbaros Tudor, (255494)

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Barić, Matej; Barbaros Tudor, Petar; Oršolić, Mario
Differences in situational efficiency of the match winners in 2015 Australian Open and Roland Garros // World Congress of Performance Analysis of Sport XII: Proceedings / Škegro, Dario ; Belčić, Ivan ; Sporiš, Goran ; Krističević, Tomislav (ur.).
Zagreb: Faculty of Kinesiology, 2018. str. 151-156 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni)
Barić, M., Barbaros Tudor, P. & Oršolić, M. (2018) Differences in situational efficiency of the match winners in 2015 Australian Open and Roland Garros. U: Škegro, D., Belčić, I., Sporiš, G. & Krističević, T. (ur.)World Congress of Performance Analysis of Sport XII: Proceedings.
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