테니스코트특성이 경기승패에 미치는 영향
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- The purpose of this study is to the winning factors in 62 games of Pro Tennis Fessional who has been listed on ATP and were participated at Aus OPEN 2005, Wimbldon 2004 singles of 32 tournaments, to research the element which effect on consequence of the game.
This study uses the statistics program SPSS(Statistics package for the Social Science)WIN Korean version 10.0 for this research. Independent t-test is operated of know the concluding difference between the winning factor in performance to significant difference of .05 in the grass court tennis match competitions. Spearman's correlation analysis. Therefore, we obtained the following conclusion.
Frist. there were difference of Aces, Winners, Total Point Won, Winning % on 1st Serve, Winning % on 2nd Serve, Net Approaches %, Break Pt. Conversion %, Unforced Errors.
Second, as a result correlative analysis through the main variable, the player who tries to gain Aces at Service marks high Winners.
First, analysis has shown that in the Wimbledon championship held on a grass court, there were significant differences between the winners' team and the losers' team regarding factors such as the number of service aces, the number of winners, the total scores, a score rate of the first serve, a score rate of the second serve, a rate of net access, and a score rate of receiving points.
Second, analysis has shown that in the Australian Open championship held on a hard court, there were significant differences between the winners' team and the losers' team regarding factors such as double faults, the total scores, a score rate of the first serve, a score rate of the second serve, a rate of net access, and a score rate of receiving points.
Third, analysis has shown that there was a significant difference between the serve aces and the winner, which was produced by analysing each variable of correlation between victory and defeat in Wimbledon championship games played on a grass court rather than Australian Open championship games played on a hard court. This point suggests that a service ace is likely to be successful on a grass court, which requires fast pace and there is a high possibility for the first and second serve to be successful.
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