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dc.contributor.authorValldecabres Hermoso, Raúl 
dc.contributor.authorCasal Sanjurjo, Claudio Alberto 
dc.contributor.authorCren Chiminazzo, João Guilherme
dc.contributor.authorBenito Trigueros, Ana María de
dc.description.abstractThis study aimed to analyze the elite badminton players’ on-court movements related to contextual variables (game, round, and match status). A total of 18 matches of the Jakarta 2015 World Championship (1,273 points and 5,710 play actions) were examined by univariate and bivariate analyses. Significant differences were found when comparing the players’ on-court movements related to game, round, and match status (p < 0.05). All movements were executed more frequently in game 2, with the exception of diagonal large backward left (DLBL), diagonal short backward left (DSBL), diagonal short backward right (DSBR), and longitudinal short backward (LSB). The results obtained related to the round showed that longitudinal large backward (LLB) was the most frequent footwork in R1/16 and R1/2, diagonal short forward left (DSFL) was the most frequent one for R1/4, and transversal short right (TSR) was the most used movement for the final round. According to match status, no movement (NM) was the most common situation before hitting the shuttlecock at any moment during the match. This study shows how contextual variables modulate the elite players’ on-court movements. This information could be valuable for coaches and players, allowing them to better understand the players’ behavior in a competition, which could be used to design more specific training tasks and prepare match strategies in order to improve the players’ performance in
dc.description.sponsorshipWe gratefully acknowledge the support of the Generalitat Valenciana ACIF projects (Grant Number 2016/121) and the support of Universidad Católica de Valencia “San Vicente Mártir” project: Estudios en el deporte de élite desde los Mixed Methods (fase II). Análisis del bádminton: Prevención Lesional (UCV2019/230/001).es
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dc.titlePlayers’ on-court movements and contextual variables in Badminton World Championshipes
dc.description.disciplineCiencias de la Actividad Física y del Deportees
dc.journal.titleFrontiers in Psychologyes
dc.subject.keywordObservational methodologyen
dc.subject.keywordMatch analysisen
dc.subject.keywordMotor behavioren
dc.subject.unesco5899 Otras Especialidades Pedagógicases
dc.subject.unesco2410.10 Fisiología Humanaes

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