National Repository of Grey Literature 290 records found  1 - 10nextend  jump to record: Search took 0.02 seconds. 
Evaluation of backhand technique
Beneš, Jiří ; Kočíb, Tomáš (advisor) ; Pravečková, Petra (referee)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the evaluation of backhand technique in tennis. The backhand is one of the key skills in this sport and an accurate evaluation of this technique is essential to achieve success at the professional level. The aim of this evaluation is to analyse and assess various aspects of backhand technique, including fundamental elements, biomechanics and effectiveness. The evaluation begins with an analysis of the basic elements of backhand technique. This includes correct player stance, correct foot placement, correct hand position and accurate arm movement. These basic elements are key to the stability, control and power of the backhand stroke. The next part of the assessment deals with the biomechanics of the backhand stroke. The movement of the player's arm, shoulder and trunk are studied and how these factors affect the performance of the backhand. A thorough analysis of the biomechanics allows the identification of any errors in the player's technique and suggests improvements. The effectiveness of the backhand technique is another key aspect of the evaluation. Factors such as hitting power, control, ball rotation and accuracy are taken into account. These factors influence how a player handles backhand situations during a match and how effectively he can respond to...
Neurotraining in tennis
Gavendová, Karolína ; Kočíb, Tomáš (advisor) ; Hráský, Pavel (referee)
Title: Neuro-athletic training in tennis Objectives: The bachelor thesis is divided into two parts. The first part is theoretical and its aim is to inform about neuro-athletic training and the possibilities of including this training in the tennis preparation of players of different age categories. At the same time, the theoretical part also provides a basic overview of the central nervous system and sensory systems on which neuro-athletic training is built. The goal of the second part is to create a stack of exercises that neuro-athletic training uses for tennis players of different age categories. The set of exercises will be divided into four sections - evaluation of training results, general exercises for visual, vestibular and proprioceptive training, neuro-athletic exercises for speed development, neuro-athletic exercises for strength development. Methods: In the theoretical part, we analyzed literature, internet resources and videos dealing with the topic of neuro-athletic training. Based on the analysis, we synthesized the individual findings in order to create a clear information base on the physiological aspects of tennis, the central nervous system and sensory senses, neuro-athletic training. Based on this information, we selected suitable neuro- athletic exercises and created a stack of...
The most common injuries in tennis and their prevention
Kotova, Klara ; Kočíb, Tomáš (advisor) ; Pravečková, Petra (referee)
Tennis is one of the most popular sports around the world. Due to the dynamics of movement and unpredictable shots and strikes, it ranks among the sports with a high percentage of injuries. This thesis dealt with the analysis of the most common types of injuries in this sport, both in professional players and recreational players. The aim was to find out what these injuries are, in which areas of the body and what their possible prevention is. According to the analysis of many studies and researches, it was found that the most frequent injuries occur in the upper limbs, and more so in professional players. For recreational players, it is more likely to be the lower extremities, although some studies contradict each other. In order to prevent these injuries, it is advisable, in addition to appropriate training, strength training, stretching, warm-ups and other preventive physical activities, to also address the issue of appropriate equipment, adaptation to the playing field, selection of appropriate footwear and a healthy lifestyle. By means of a descriptive analysis, the main and available studies in this area were presented, which introduce the latest trends and challenges for the future. Key words: tennis, injury, prevention, stretching, exercise, rehabilitation.
Tennis injuries and their prevention
Zapský, Kryštof ; Kočíb, Tomáš (advisor) ; Dragounová, Zuzana (referee)
Title: Tennis injuries and prevention strategies Aim: The aim of the first (theoretical) part of my Bachelor thesis is to compile a summary of the most up-to-date information about the most common tennis injuries, their causes and prevention options in tennis players based on professional literature. The aim of the second (practical) part is to find out through individual in-depth interviews what injuries selected professional tennis players face and what their prevention is against the occurrence of possible injuries. Methods: This Bachelor thesis is done in the form of an overview study, which can be found in the first part of the thesis and analyzes relevant professional literature on the most common tennis injuries and their prevention. The bachelor's thesis is to look into the issue of tennis injuries and injury prevention through in-depth interviews given to us by professional tennis players. All the players who gave me interviews are active professional tennis players. Results: Most of these players report upper extremity injuries such as fatigue fractures of the wrist, rotator cuff tears, shoulder impingement syndrome, elbow injuries or inflammation in the hand. When it comes to injury prevention, players agree on the importance of lifestyle and regular sleep, which should occur at the same...
Statistical analysis of the influence of body height of ATP players on the success of their game
Nechanický, Michal ; Kočíb, Tomáš (advisor) ; Carboch, Jan (referee)
Title: Statistical analysis of the influence of body height of ATP players on the success of their game Objectives: The aim of my bachelor's thesis is to determine whether a player's body height affects his position in the ATP rankings and whether it affects the effectiveness of his serve. At the same time, I will investigate the possible influence of surfaces on player's serve statistics and his position in the ATP rankings. Methods: The mentioned monitoring was determined on a sample of TOP 200 players of the ATP ranking. Mathematical-statistical analysis of the data was carried out by collecting the data reported on the official ATP website. The results of my investigation were compared with similar characteristics of selected professional literature. Results: Mathematical-statistical analysis showed a loose correlation between a player's body height and his position in the ATP rankings. Furthermore, a stronger correlation was shown between serve statistics and ranking and between serve statistics and player height. This correlation changes with the type of surface, where the most closeness to the player's position in the ATP ranking or his body height is shown by the serve statistics of the player serving on a hard surface. Keywords: Tennis, body height, serve, surfaces, ATP
Development of coordination skills in tennis
Sadirov, Vladislav ; Kočíb, Tomáš (advisor) ; Pravečková, Petra (referee)
6 Abstract Title: Development of coordination skills in tennis Objectives: The bachelor thesis is divided into two parts. The first part is the theoretical part, the objective of which is to inform about the distribution of movement abilities and fitness factors. The objective of the second part of the thesis is to create a stack of exercises for the development of coordination in tennis for the age group 6-15 years. Methods: In the practical part, I first conducted a research and studied the available sources dealing with this issue. I tried to analyze not only literary or internet sources, but also videos on social networks and training units of top tennis players. From this knowledge I sorted and selected suitable exercises for my work. Results: The result of this work is a battery of exercises that relate to the development of coordination skills. Keywords: coordination in tennis, technique, battery of exercises
Intervention programmes for muscle disbalances of chosen women youth team
Čmejrková, Barbora ; Jurková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Kočíb, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Intervention programmes for muscle disbalances of chosen women youth team Objectives: The main task of this thesis is to create a compenzational programme based on the fuctional level of musculoskeletal systém whilst respectiong the specifity of load in a group of basketball players. Then prove the positive influence of the intervention, which should harmonize the development of the musculoskeletal system. Methods: Creating the interventional programme based on the results of testing of chosen muscle groups and following application. After the end of the intervention an output measurement is conducted, which is subsequently compared to the results of input measurements. Results: The hypothesis that compensational programmes have positive effects on the musculoskeletal systém condition were proven right. Key words: compensatory excercises, muscle shortening, muscle weakening, basketball
Menstrual cycle and performance of female tennis players
Kroisová, Adéla ; Kočíb, Tomáš (advisor) ; Dragounová, Zuzana (referee)
Thesis Title: Menstrual cycle and efficiency of women tennis players. Thesis Objective: Based on structured interview to determine the re- lationships between the individual phases of the menstrual cycle and active sports activity in selected female tennis players (ČTS) ranking. Suggestion how to adapt tennis training individually to the menstrual cycle of female tennis players. Methods: The main research metod is structured interview. Results: Research has found, that there is a significant deterio- ration in the performance of female tennis players occurred during the first and the second day of menstruation. The best performances were felt by tennis players around ovulation (12th - 17th day of the cycle). The most common problem at female players was irregular menstruation an three tennis players also had amenorrhea, which is probably rela- ted to high training doses. For 4 respondents, there was a response that PMS did not affect their perfor- mance both in training and in matches. Other female players have fatigue and abdominal pain as a symptom of PMS. It has been shown, that female players do not adapt training if they have small pain, if they have big pain, they adapt training (for example playing strokes from the spot, technical skills). Four out of eight respondents use hormonal...
Comparison of selected parameters in Barbora Krejčíkova's matches at the French Open 2021
Kobera, Jakub ; Kočíb, Tomáš (advisor) ; Carboch, Jan (referee)
Title: Comparison of selected parameters in Barbora Krejčíkova's matches at the French Open 2021 Objectives: The main objective of this thesis is comparing the selected parameters in each Barbora Krejčíkova's match at the French Open 2021. I compare following parameters: the pace of the game, the count of the selected rallies (after serve from the left side and from the right side, after first serve and second serve), the count of winners in the selected rallies and the place from where the winner was played (baseline or net). Methods: The main method in this thesis is notational system analyses. It is an indirect observation of video records. The records contain all seven matches with Barbora Krejčíková at the French Open 2021. The monitored variables are the pace of the game (count as rally time divided by number of shots in that rally), how many of selected rallies was played after: serve from left side, serve from right side, first serve, second serve and count of winners from the selected rallies played from the baseline or from the net. I select the rally in case that there are four or more shots played in the rally. Results: In the three set matches Krejčíková is less points ahead than in the two set matches. In the first rounds the percentage of rallies that I can select increase with each...
The analysis of mental skills and mental training in professional tennis players
Pavluv, Richard ; Kočíb, Tomáš (advisor) ; Carboch, Jan (referee)
Abstract Title: The analysis of mental skills and mental training in professional tennis players Objectives: The purpose of this thesis is to determine and analyze the level of mental skills as well as elucidate which techniques from the field of mental training are used by professional tennis players. Methods: In this thesis, a qualitative type of research was used. A case study of seven professional tennis players was conducted in which the following methods were used: structured interview with open questions, participant observation and document analysis. Results: The final findings of this thesis are that top tennis players have different levels of mental skills. The results have proven that the higher a tennis player ranks, the better results were showed. Accordingly, players who are ranked higher than the 50th place according to the ATP ranking achieved significantly better results. Keywords: Mental skills, mental training

National Repository of Grey Literature : 290 records found   1 - 10nextend  jump to record:
Interested in being notified about new results for this query?
Subscribe to the RSS feed.