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Title: Technical-Tactical Harmony as a Possibility to Redeem The Aesthetic Value of the Tennis in the Future: A Study form the perspective of the Tennis Experts
Authors: Chorão, Isabel
Lacerda, Teresa
Lima, João
Mumford, Stephen
Keywords: sport
Issue Date: Sep-2012
Abstract: Aesthetics of sport is nowadays considered as a legitimate area within the sport’s sciences. Coaches, athletes, media and public discover the meaning of aesthetic experience through their sports experiences. Basically, everything is beautiful when it is able to raise attention and interest. It is the passion and the emotion involved by the commitment and mobilization of all forces which makes feasible the experience of aesthetic experiences by whom starred in the sport and also watches it. Tennis is a celebration of aesthetic experience while played with energy and enthusiasm and with purity and spontaneity. Its aesthetic value drives from its beauty, from its rhythm and from its variability (Nogueira, 2005). The present work has as starting point, precisely, the aesthetic value of tennis, focusing on the settings that this area is within the four types of players and playing styles present in contemporary tennis: defensive style, offensive style from the baseline, offensive style in the net and complete style, which alternates the three previous situations (Chombart and Thomas, 1996). The research aims to clarify and understand the aesthetic value of each style, focusing the elements that are similar and the ones opposing them, seeking to open perspectives for the development of the tennis in the future. Accordingly, it is intended to identify, in both styles, the impact on the attractiveness to players and to the public of the tennis sport.
Type: article
Appears in Collections:NICPRI.UE - Publicações - Artigos em Revistas Nacionais Com Arbitragem Científica

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