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  • Tactical Movement – Part 2

    Tactical Movement – Part 2

    Author: Mike Crooks mike@hotspottraining.com

    Abstract Part two of this article analyses the importance of movement, in both shot execution and recovery. Particular emhasis is placed on court geometry, with examples taken from two points between Roger Federer and Andy Murray.

    Key words: Movement, court-geometry, footwork

    Movement and Footwork – Point play analysis
    The ‘limitation and potential’ model of the four performance factors (technical, tactical, physical and mental) states that technique is a functional entity that is a means to execute a tactical intention. Furthermore, extrapolating the model it is seen that technique is a function of physical “contextual” competency which also relies on efficient movement and footwork execution and application. Players adopt certain movement patterns and footwork patterns that best suit the situation and the tactical inte...
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  • Tactical Movement – Part 1: Movement and Footwork – 360 perspective

    Author: Mike Crooks mike@hotspottraining.com Abstract Tactical Movement is a concept that encompasses all of the 4 performance factors and their linkage in particular the limiting effects of each factor on the overall desired outcome and development goal. It is a holistic approach to enhance player development putting physical "contextual" competency at the heart, fuelling technical, tactical and mental development for a rounded and competent tennis player. This article considers analysis of a single stroke and a point sequence with the overall intention of demonstrating the importance of movement and footwork within the performance factor hierarchy and how that tactical intentions rely upon efficient application and execution of footwork and movement. Key Words: Tactical movement, Footwork, holistic methodology, tactical potential, tactical opportunities, footw...
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  • Rafael Nadal control point

    Rafael Nadal control point

    Rafael Nadal control point

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  • Rafael Nadal Paralell Forehand

    Rafael Nadal Paralell Forehand

    Rafael Nadal definición con derecha paralela.

    Rafa Nadal Paralell winner forehand.

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  • Service and volley Rafa Nadal vs Juan Mónaco

    Service and volley Rafa Nadal vs Juan Mónaco

    Service and volley (tactic point)

    Saque y Volea (video táctico)

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  • Service with parallel forehand

    Service with parallel forehand



    The player must make an open service.

    the other player makes a return of serve cross.

    The player who performed the service must make a parallel forehand.

    In the case that the return of service is not indicated to aera the coach throws a ball for this purpose....
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  • Servicio y definición con golpe paralelo

    Servicio y definición con golpe paralelo



    El jugador debe realizar un servicio abierto.

    El contrario debe hacer la devolución de forma cruzada.

    El jugador que realiza el servicio debe avanzar y definir con un golpe de derecha paralelo.

    En el caso que la devolución de servicio no sea al aera indicada el entrenador lanza una pelota para dicho fin....
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  • Tactical Movement – Part 2
    alex
    Author: Mike Crooks mike@hotspottraining.com

    Abstract Part two of this article analyses the importance of movement, in both shot execution and recovery. Particular emhasis is placed on court geometry, with examples taken from two points between Roger Federer and Andy Murray.

    Key words: Movement, court-geometry, footwork

    Movement and Footwork – Point play analysis
    The ‘limitation and potential’ model of the four performance factors (technical, tactical, physical and mental) states that technique is a functional entity that is a means to execute a tactical intention. Furthermore, extrapolating the model it is seen that technique is a function of physical “contextual” competency which also relies on efficient movement and footwork execution and application. Players adopt certain movement patterns and footwork patterns that best suit the situation and the tactical inte...
    06-12-2012, 07:10 PM
  • Tactical Movement – Part 1: Movement and Footwork – 360 perspective
    alex
    Author: Mike Crooks mike@hotspottraining.com Abstract Tactical Movement is a concept that encompasses all of the 4 performance factors and their linkage in particular the limiting effects of each factor on the overall desired outcome and development goal. It is a holistic approach to enhance player development putting physical "contextual" competency at the heart, fuelling technical, tactical and mental development for a rounded and competent tennis player. This article considers analysis of a single stroke and a point sequence with the overall intention of demonstrating the importance of movement and footwork within the performance factor hierarchy and how that tactical intentions rely upon efficient application and execution of footwork and movement. Key Words: Tactical movement, Footwork, holistic methodology, tactical potential, tactical opportunities, footw...
    06-12-2012, 06:41 PM
  • Rafael Nadal control point
    alex
    Rafael Nadal control point

    ...
    05-18-2012, 10:02 PM
  • Rafael Nadal Paralell Forehand
    alex
    Rafael Nadal definición con derecha paralela.

    Rafa Nadal Paralell winner forehand.

    ...
    05-17-2012, 10:28 PM
  • Service and volley Rafa Nadal vs Juan Mónaco
    alex
    Service and volley (tactic point)

    Saque y Volea (video táctico)

    ...
    05-16-2012, 09:54 PM
  • Service with parallel forehand
    alex


    The player must make an open service.

    the other player makes a return of serve cross.

    The player who performed the service must make a parallel forehand.

    In the case that the return of service is not indicated to aera the coach throws a ball for this purpose....
    04-16-2012, 08:59 PM
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