Keywords : Step Predict for performance skills in tennis according to the physical
Step Predict for performance skills in tennis according to the physical, mental, motoring and morphological indicators
Karbala Magazine of Physical Edu. Seiences,
Volume 3, Issue 6, Pages 11-33
The physical and motoring and mental variables and morphological foundation to get to know the level of performance skills in tennis Ground . Study these variables of things that determine the level of the player and therefore the selection of players according to scientific means is one of the training process success, and that the importance of this study is to find a performance indicator skill about knowing the multiple variables affecting the effectiveness of tennis by providing for the relationship of these variables data with details of performance skills and investment in the form which regulates the skill level, the study aimed to:
1. Identify the most important physical and motor and mental variables and morphological tennis player.
2. to identify the possibility of making prediction to performance skills both collectively and individually variables.
The researcher used the descriptive style connectivity relationships and predictive studies, accounting for the research community third years students at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Science at the University of Al Qadisiya 128 students. After conducting statistical processors of raw degrees researcher reached several conclusions, including:
1-contribution of three variables in physical tests and accept variable (transition speed) in predictive equation
2-contribution of two variables of morphological measurements (arm length - man length) and acceptance of two variables in the equation
3-contribution of two variables in the kinetic variables (Fitness - Compatibility) and the acceptance of predictive variables in the equation.
4-contribution of two variables in mental variables (unit of attention - the focus of attention) and accept the predictive variables in the equation.
5. contribution of eight variables of the variables as a whole and the acceptance of only three variables predictive equation (speed - agility - attention).