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Success in tennis requires a mix of player talent, good coaching, appropriate equipment, and an understanding of those aspects of sport science pertinent to the game. This paper outlines the role that biomechanics plays in player development from sport science and sport medicine perspectives. Biomechanics is a key area in player development because all strokes have a fundamental mechanical structure and sports injuries primarily have a mechanical cause. Success in tennis is greatly affected by the technique a player uses and biomechanics plays an integral role in stroke production. All strokes have a fundamental mechanical structure, and sports injuries primarily have a mechanical cause. An understanding of biomechanics from a sports medicine perspective is also important if player development is to occur with minimal risk of injury.

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In contrast to running, a large number of indoor sports show a variety of body and foot movements with fast changes of direction. These "stop-and-go" movements including jumps and rotations produce loads at the joints of the foot, knee and hip in an order of magnitude often underestimated.

The goal of this investigation was to provide an overview over various indoor sports movements and to draw conclusions with respect to sport shoe constructions. Reconsideration of the functionality of the foot led to shoe constructions which allow the shoe to rotate about its longitudinal axis torsion , a movement with which the forefoot can again "reach" for the ground in landing situations.

However, the problem of the rear foot stability and cushioning at a rear foot touch down is not yet solved. Therefore it must be postulated that shoes for indoor sports and tennis should be provided with an increased lateral stability at the rear foot.

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In contrast to running, a large number of indoor sports show a variety of body and foot movements with fast changes of direction. These "stop-and-go" movements including jumps and rotations produce loads at the joints of the foot, knee and hip in an order of magnitude often underestimated. The goal of this investigation was to provide an overview over various indoor sports movements and to draw conclusions with respect to sport shoe constructions. Reconsideration of the functionality of the foot led to shoe constructions which allow the shoe to rotate about its longitudinal axis torsion , a movement with which the forefoot can again "reach" for the ground in landing situations. However, the problem of the rear foot stability and cushioning at a rear foot touch down is not yet solved. Therefore it must be postulated that shoes for indoor sports and tennis should be provided with an increased lateral stability at the rear foot. This site needs JavaScript to work properly.

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