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The authors in this list are cited as follows: Author surname, author initials, year of publication, title of the article, issue of ITF CSSR in which the article was published and pages.


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Albamonte, M. (2011). Tennis metrics, 55, 19-20.
American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Sports Medicine and Fitness. (2000). Intensive training and sports specialization in young athletes. Pediatrics, 106(1), 154–157.
Anderson, K. (2004). Growing the game: Strategies in the United States, 33, 11-13.
Anderson, K. (2007). USTA Project 36/60, 42, 17.
Andrade, J.C. (1999). How to improve the baseline game, 17, 2.
Antoun, R. (1996). Let variety be the spice of life, 10, 12-13.
Antoun, R. (2007). Using variety from the baseline in women's tennis, 43, 2-3.
Armstrong, L. (1993). Prepare players to compete in the heat, 1, 11.
Ashworth, S. (2004). Identification of Classroom Teaching-learning Styles. San Francisco, CA.
Atkinson, T. (2009). Marketing to the generations of today, 48, 5-6.
Aspillaga, E . (1997). Competitive tennis for children, an educational proposal, 12, 6-7.
Aspillaga, E., González, R. & Ochoa, C. (2000). Lactic and alactic anaerobic circuit training for tennis, 21, 2-3.
Autism Society (2012). Retrieved 5 April 2012 from http://www.autism-society.org/.
Avila, F., & Sanz, D. (2009). Managing tennis business in times of crisis, 48, 18-19.
Aviles, C, Bengugui, N., Beaudoin, E, & Godart, F. (2002). Developing early perception and getting ready for action on the return of serve, 28, 6-8.
Ayres, T. (2006).Tennis Australia - "Talent search" programme, 39, 9- 10.


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Bahamonde, R. (2001). Biomechanics of the forehand stroke, 24, 6-8.
Barnett, T., Reid, M., O’Shaughnessy, D., & McMutrie, D. (2012).  Game theoretic solutions to tennis serving strategies, 56, 15-17.
Barnett, T. (2013). Summarizing tennis data to enhance elite performance, 61, 21-24.
Barrell, M. (2007). Competition – The key to play and stay, 42, 5- 6.
Barrell, M. (2008). Essentials for Maximizing Incidental Learning with Kids Tennis.
Barrell, M. (2008). PTR Kids Tennis.
Barrell, M. (2010). Growing Kids, growing the Game, a Developmental Approach to Teaching Under 10s.
Barrell, M. (2013). Do you get me? Strategies to create learning in the Tennis10s!, 60, 17-18.
Bastieans, K. (2006). Physical considerations and tests for a talent identification programme, 39, 8- 9.
Bates, S. (2002). Communicating with your players, 28, 5-6.
Bayle, E., & Crognier, L. (2009). The tennis socio economic activity in France, 49, 24-25.
Behringer, C. (2009). Training during competition periods, 47, 25-27.
Benko, U. & Lindinger, S. (2007). Differential coordination and speed training for tennis footwork, 41, 10- 11.
Benko, U. & Lindinger, S. (2007). Differential coordination and speed training for tennis footwork - PART 2, 43, 6-8.
Berdejo, D. & Gonzales, J. M. (2010). Training flexibility in young tennis players, 52, 12-14.
Bergeron, M. (1996). Playing tennis at the heat, 10, 1-2.
Bernstein, B. & Giffening, E. (1996). Using specifically designed consequences to achieve tournament level intensity during practice sessions, 9, 7.
Beunen, G., & Malina, R. (2008.) Growth and biological maturation: Relevance to athletic performance. In H. Hebestreit & O. Bar-Or (Eds.). The Young athlete—the encyclopedia of sportsmedicine (pp. 3–17).USA: Blackwell Publishing.
Beunen, G., & Malina, R. (2008). Growth and biological maturation: Relevance to athletic performance. In H. Hebestreit & O. Bar-Or (Eds.). The Young athlete - the encyclopedia of sports medecine (pp.3-17). USA: Blackwell Publishing.
Biron, S. (2003). Letter to the editor, 29, 14.
Black, W. & Van de Braam, M. (2012). The modern game of doubles: A tactical perspective, 56, 13-14.
Black, W. (2012).  Strategy and tactics in preparation for a doubles Grand Slam, 56, 18-19.
Boer, Jol de. (2007).Cardio Tennis, 42, 13.
Bolletieri, N. (1995). Return of serve: my opinion, 6, 1-2.
Bordoli, P. (1995) Manual para análisis de los movimientos.
Born, H.P. (1999). Improving the condition and co-ordination of young tennis players, 17, 7-8.
Born, H.P. (2000). How to hit the ball harder but with control, 20, 15-17.
Born, H.P. (2000). Training to improve the player’s footwork, 21, 3-4.
Born, P. , Heck, M., Krüger, M. Langholz, V. , & P. Zimmer (2007). Observation of training sessions and pre match preparation at the World Team Cup 2007, 43, 13-14.
Bothorel, W. (2000). The tennis programme for adults in France, 21, 10-11.
Bothorel, W. (2008). Sport activites progressive tennis, 46, 30–31.
Bowen, J. & Thorpe, D. (2011). How to educate tutors: LTA certificate in tutoring skills, 54, 15-16.
Brabenec, J. & Stojan, S . (1997). Great player or only a good player?, 12, 7-8.
Brabenec, J. (1994). Creating efficient training sessions, 5,1-2
Brabenec, J. (1994). How do top world players play, 5, 2-3
Brabenec, J. (1994). Teaching good habits, 3, 9.
Brabenec, J. (1995). How to help with correct decision making, 7, 3.
Brabenec, J. (1996). If a player knows how, then when is the important question, 10, 7-8.
Brabenec, J. (1996). Selection, 8, 9-10.
Brabenec, J. (1996). Talent identification, 9, 10.
Brabenec, J. (1999). Competition: the most desirable form of training, 17, 3.
Brabenec, J. (2000). A serious look at second shots, 20, 13-14.
Brabenec, J. (2000). Why the forehand is a key stroke, 21, 11-13.
Brabenec, J. (2005). A different look at the 2005 US Open, 37, 10-11.
Brabenec, J. & Stojan, S. (2006). The invisible technique: two seconds decide the result, 38, 6- 7.
Brechbühl, J. & Anker, P. (2000). The action method in tennis, 22, 7-10.
Brechbuhl, J. Tieche, L. & Frey, D. (2001). Some observations on the service action, 25, 4-5.
Brody, H. (1995). A matter of inches, 6, 3.
Brody, H. (1996). Slicing the slice, 8, 8.
Brody, H. (2001). It’s about time, 23, 2-3.
Brody, H. (2001). Racket technology and tennis strokes, 24, 13-14.
Brody, H. (2002). Letter to the editor, 26, 14.
Brody, H. (2003). Serving strategy, 31, 2-3.
Brody, H. (2004). Match statistics and their importance, 32, 11-12.
Brown, E., & O-Donoghue, P. (2008). Gender and surface effect on elite tennis strategy, 46, 9-11.
Bullock, M. (2006). Travelling on the NEC Wheelchairtennis Tour, 38, 10- 11
Bullock, M. (2006). Coaching a team, 40, 7-10.
Bullock, M. (2007). Tennis for the blind 10 and partially sighted, 43, 10-11.                                                                                               Buscombe, R., Shone, G., Preston, A. & Crespo, M. (2015). Coping with emotional labour in tennis coaching, 67, 9-10.            
Buszard, T., Reid, M., Farrow, D. & Masters, R. (2013). Implicit motor learning; Designing practice for performance, 60, 3-5.
Buszard, T., Farrow, D., Reid, M., & Masters, R.S.W. (in preparation). Scaling sporting equipment for children promotes implicit processes during performance.
Bykanova-Yudanov, N. (2011). The many colours fo match analysis in tennis, 53, 24-25.


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Cahill, D. (2002). Tactics of the baseline player, 27, 3-4.
Cahill. G. (2004). Momentum match flow, 34, 13.
Cahill, G. (2005). Training junior players - Midi tennis, 37, 15.
Calvo, V. (2008). On - court tennis training: it control methodology, 45, 9-10.                                                                                             Campos-Rius, J., Creso, M. & Sebastini, E. (2015). The emotional competencies of the tennis coach, 65, 26-27.
Canals, O. M. (2010). Preparing and evaluating a tennis match, 52, 21-22.
Carballo, C. & Blasco, M. (1999). Problems in tennis teaching: statements and possible solutions, 19, 16-17.
Carvalho, J., Correia, V. & Araújo, D. (2013). A constraints-led approach to skill enhancement in tennis, 60, 10-11.
Carvalho, J., Araújo, D., García-González, L., & Iglesias, D. (2011). El entrenamiento de la toma de decisiones en el tenis:¿ qué fundamentos científicos se pueden aplicar en los programas de entrenamiento? Revista de Psicología del Deporte, 20(2), 767-783.
Castro, A. F. (2004). An integrated approach to tennis training, 34, 5.
Cayer, L. (1998). Singles tactics, 14, 2-4.
Cayer, L. (1987). The Actions Method. Presentation at the ITF Worldwide coaches Conference. Mallorca, Spain.
Christmass, M. et al. (1996). Training energy systems in tennis players, 8, 5-6.
Chu, D. (1994). Improve fitness with a medicine ball workout, 4, 5.
Chu, D. (1995). Shoulder strengthen exercise, 6, 8.
Chu, D. (1996). Abdominal muscle pulls in tennis players, 10, 5-6.
Chu, D. (1996). Nifty drills for nifty feet, 8, 10-11.
Chu, D. (1997). Improving speed and footwork in tennis, 13, 4-5.
Chu, D. (1998). On-court circuit training for improving change-of-direction speed in tennis, 14, 6-8.
Cooke, K. & Crespo, M. (2000). What tennis research tells us about visualisation and imagery, 21, 13-14.
Cooke, K. & Reid, M. (2000). Juniors and Sports Science on the web, 22, 14.
Cooke, K. (1999). The importance of implicit learning in skill development, 19, 7-8.                    
Corrales, G. (2013). The great opportunity of university tennis in the USA, 59, 12-14.                                                                             Cotard, J-L. (2015). Learning movement by awareness, 67, 22-24.  
Côté, J., Erickson, K. & Abernethy, B. (2013). Play and Practice during Childhood. In J. Côté & R. Lidor (Eds.) (p.1-8) Conditioning of children's talent development in sport. (pp.9-20), USA: FiT, West Virginia University.
Cothran, D. J., Kulinna, P.H., Banville, D., Choi, E., Amade-Escot, C., MacPhail, A., Macdonald, D., Richard, J-F, Sarmento, P., & Kirk, D. (2005). A Cross-Cultural Investigation of the Use of Teaching Styles. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 76(2), pp. 193-201.
Coyle, D. (2009). The talent code. London: Random House.
Crespo, M. (1997). Tennis on the internet, 12, 10.
Crespo, M. (1997). What tennis research tells us about... anticipation and visual search, 12, 11-13.
Crespo, M, & Reid, M. (2002). Modern tactics: an introduction, 27, 2.
Crespo, M. & Cooke, K. (1999). Tennis coaching on the web, 19, 19.
Crespo, M. & Cooke, K. (1999). The tactical approach to coaching tennis, 19, 10-11.
Crespo, M. & Cooke, K. (1999). What research tells us about coaching methods, 19, 18-19.
Crespo, M. & Cooke, K. (1999). What research tells us about junior tennis, 20, 17-18.
Crespo, M. & Miley, D. (1999). Player Profile, 17, 14.
Crespo, M. & Reid, M. (2001). What tennis research tells us about tennis scoring systems, 25, 17-18.
Crespo, M. & Reid, M. (2001). What tennis research tells us about strategy and tactics, 23, 13-15.
Crespo, M. (1995). Tactical goals for different skill levels: a step by step plan, 6, 8-10.
Crespo, M. (1998). Mental training applied to tennis, 14, 9-10.
Crespo, M. (1998). Tennis information on the internet, 16, 18.
Crespo, M. (1998). Tennis on the internet – Associations, Organisations and more, 15, 14.
Crespo, M. (1998). What research tells us about Biomechanics of groundstrokes, 15, 12-13.
Crespo, M. (1999). Teaching methodology for tennis, 19, 3-4.
Crespo, M. (1999). What research tells us about women’s tennis, 18, 7-8.
Crespo, M. (1999). What tennis research tells us about Biomechanics of volleys and approach shots, 17, 15-16.
Crespo, M. (1999). Women’s tennis on the web, 18, 13.
Crespo, M. (2000). The easy five, 20, 8-9.
Crespo, M. (2011). Tactical periodisation in tennis: An introduction, 53, 16-18.
Crespo, M. (2011). El enfoque sistémico aplicado al entrenamiento del tenis. E-coach, 9, 15-24.
Crespo, M., Quinn, A & Reid, M. (2003). Drilling psychology on court! 30, 11.
Crespo, M. & Reid, M. (2004). Control of on-court training in tennis, 32, 13-14.
Crespo, M. & Reid, M. (2007). Metodología de la enseñanza del tenis para principiantes. Stadium, 8-13.
Crespo, M., & Reid, M. (2009). Coaching Beginner and Intermediate Tennis Players. Spain.
Crespo, M., Reid, M., (2009). Coaching Beginner and Intermediate Tennis Players. International Tennis Federation, ITF Ltd, 46-49.
Crespo, M., Reid, M. & Miley, D. (2005). Tennis coaches education: A worldwide perspective, 35, 11-13.
Crespo, M., Reid, M., McInerney, P. & Miley, D. (2005). Tennis coaches education: Comparison of tutor-contact hours worldwide, 37, 12-13.
Crespo, M. & McInerney, P. (2006). Talent identification and development in tennis, 39, 2- 3.
Crespo, M., McInerney, P. & Reid, M. (2006). Long – term tennis coach development, 40, 2- 4.
Crespo, M. & Van de Braam, M. (2011). The ITF recognition of coaches education systems of national associations, 54, 12-14.                         Crespo, M. (2015). Vic Braden: The legacy of a coach, researcher and visionary, 65, 6-7.  
Crognier, L. & Féry, Y.A. (2005). To the good player the ball comes: A reflection on player-induced anticipation, 37, 5-7.
Cross, R. (2014). Men’s tennis vs Women’s tennis, 62, 3-5.
Cross, R., & Pollard, G. (2009). Grand Slam men’s singles tennis 1991-2009 serve speeds and other related data, 49, 8-10.
Cross, R. & Pollard, G. (2011). Grand Slam men´s singles tennis 1995-2009. Part 2: Points, games and sets, 53, 3-6.


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Davids, K., Button, C. & Bennett, S. (2008). Dynamics of Skill Acquisition; A constraints-led Approach. Champaign, Illinois. Human Kinetics.
Davids, K., Araújo, D., Hristovski, R., Passos, P., & Chow, J.Y. (2012). Ecological dynamics and motor learning design in sport. In N. Hodges & M. Williams (Eds.), Skill acquisition in sport: Research, theorz and practice (2nd ed.; pp. 112-130). Abingdon, UK: Routledge. 
Davies, K. (2000). Playing in the wind, 21, 9-10.
Davies, K. (2004). A strategic plan for tennisland tennis. 33. 8-10.
Davies, K. (2009). Coaching in adverse weather conditions, 47, 12.
Davies, K. (2014). Measuring the service quality of International
Tennis Federation coaches education courses, 63, 23-24.
Declercq, L. & Pattyn, V. (2007). Belgian competitive structure for 10 & under’s, 42, 7.
Delaigue, N. (2007). Working with adult beginners: 10 golden rules. ITF Coaching and Sports Science Review, 42, 15
Delforge, C. (2006). Analyses of parent- player relationships and the role of the coach, 38, 5- 6.
Dent, P. & Goodall, J. (1996). Creating a performance environment, 10, 9-10.
Dent, P. & Jones, P. (1994). Load up for the serve, 5, 9.
Dent, P. & Pankhurst, A. (1998). Technical analysis: User-friendly Biomechanics, 14, 4-6.
Dent, P. (1994). Reading the game, 3, 4-5.
Dent, P. (1995). Awareness of standards, 7, 3-4.
Dent, P. (1996). Co-ordinate to accelerate, 8,6-7.
Dent, P. (1996). Performance drills, 10, 10-12.
Dent, P. (2012a). Steepening the Player's Learning Curve. Presentation at the 7th ITF Central American and Caribbean Regional Coaches Conference by BNP Paribas, León Guanajuato, México 19-22 September.
Dent, P. (2012b). Coaching motivation. Presentation at the 7th ITF Central American and Caribbean Regional Coaches Conference by BNP Paribas, León Guanajuato, México 19-22 September.
Dent, P. (2012c). Mental match preparation. Presentation at the 7th ITF Central American and Caribbean Regional Coaches Conference by BNP Paribas, León Guanajuato, México 19-22 September.
Dent, P., (2012d). Every second counts. Presentation at the 7th ITF Central American and Caribbean Regional Coaches Conference by BNP Paribas, León Guanajuato, México 19-22 September.
Dent, P. & Reynolds, K. (2009). The tennis coach's toolkit. A pathway for super coaching. Volume 1. 
Dent, P. & Reynolds, K. (2011). The Tennis Coach’s Toolkit: Identification, analysis and intervention for psychological skills issues, 53, 11-13.
Desliens, S., Guillot, A. & Rogowski, I. (2011). Motor imagery and serving precision: A case study, 55, 9-10.
Di Carlo, F. (2012). Mental obstacles to tennis performance in stressful match situations, 58, 8-10.                                                               Di Carlo, F. (2015). Coaching “change” while keeping the coach / player relationship strong, 66, 7-8. 
Dorsky, F. (1996). Mental training: a lot like physical training, 9, 8.
Duda, J, Balaguer, I,. & Crespo, M. (2003). Burnout among tennis coaches: What is it, what causes it and what can we do about it?, 30, 12-13.
Dweck, C. S. (2008). The secret to raising smart kids. Scientific American, 18(6), 37–43.
Dyrbus, S. (2012). Tennis goes green: Should wheelchair tennis follow?, 57, 14-15.
Dyson, G. (1980) Mecánica del Atletismo.


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Ecklund, R. C., & Gould, D. (2008). Emotional stress and anxiety in the child and adolescent athlete. In H. Hebestreit & O. Bar-Or (Eds.). The young athlete—the encyclopedia of sports medicine (pp. 319–334). USA: Blackwell Publishing.
Elderton, W. (2006). "Learner- centred” coaching, 38, 11- 13.
Elderton, W. (2008). Situation training: key to training in a game-based approach, 44, 24-25.
Elderton, W. (2009). Progressive tennis, 47, 5-6
Elderton, W. (2013). Principles of modern coaching methodology: An evolution, 60, 8-9.
Elderton, W. (2001) "21st Century Coaching: Learner-centered principles for the Game-based approach" www.acecoach.com
Elderton, W. (2001). 21st Century tennis coaching. ACE International, 15-21.
Ellenbecker, T. (1997). Prevention of shoulder and elbow injuries in tennis players, 13, 9-10.
Ellenbecker, T. & Roetert, P. (1999). Strengthening the upper back in tennis players, 18, 2-3.
Elliott, B. & Colette, D. (1993). Biomechanics, 1, 4-6.
Elliott, B. (1994). Backswing for volleys, 3, 9.
Elliott, B. (2001). Biomechanics and stroke production: implications for the tennis coach, 24, 2-3.
Elliott, B. (2001). The serve, 24, 3-5.
Elliott, B. & Reid, M. (2004). Analysing serve and groundstroke technique on court, 32, 2- 3.
Elliott, B. & Reid, M. (2008). The use of technology in tennis biomechanics, 45, 2-4.
Elliot, B., Reid, M. & Crespo, M. (2003) ITF Biomechanics of Advanced Tennis.
Elliot, B., Reid, M. & Crespo, M. (2009). Technique development in tennis stroke production. London: International Tennis Federation.
Eng, D. & Hagler, D. (2014). A novel analysis of grip variations on the two-handed backhand, 62, 14-15.
Eng, D. & Kovacs, M. (2014). Left-handedness in tennis: coaching and training considerations, 63, 18-20.
Etcheverry, P. (1996). Move more effectively on court, 8, 2.
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Faccioni, A., Pearce, A. & Fisher, D. (2004). Suggestions for designing a tennis-specific strength and conditioning program, 24, 7-11.
Faighenbaum, A. D., et al. (2009). Youth resistance training: updated position statement paper from the national strength and conditioning association. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 23: S60-S79.
Farrell, P. (1996). Anticipation skills and drills, 9, 13.
Farrell, P. (1998). The short ball, 16, 4.
Farrell, P. & Van de Braam, M. (2012). Continuous professional development in Europe, 57, 20-22.
Farrel, P. & Van de Braam, M. (2014). Mentoring programmes: A case study with Tennis Coach Ireland, 63, 13-14.                                       Farrell, P. & van de Braam (2015). Developing co-ordination for under 10 players, 65, 8-9.  
Farrow, D., & Abernethy, B. (2002). Can anticapatory skills be learned through implicit video-based perceptual training? Journal of Sports Sciences, 28, 471-485.
Farrow, D., & Reid M. (2010). The effect of equipment scaling on the skill acquisition of beginning tennis players. Journal of Sports Sciences, 28, 723-732.
Fernández, J.A. (2012). Tools to create an appropriate coaching cycle, 58, 14-15.
Fernandez-Fernandez, J., Sanz-Rivas, D. Sanchez-Muñoz , C. , Pluim, B., Tiemessen, I., Ruiz-Cotorro, A., Estruch, A., & Mendez-Villanueva, A. (2009). Health benefits of tennis in adult population, 47, 13-16.
Ferrauti, A. (2008). The hit & turn tennis test, 45, 16-18.
Ferrés, C. (2008). The invisible aspect of tennis: a revision of the psychological processes of the activity, 44, 9-11.FFT. (1999). How to create a mini-tennis space, 19, I-II.
FFT. (1999). The child comes first!, 18, 9-10.
FFT. (2000). The child first, the student second, 22, I-II.
FFT. (2001). Mini-tennis planning: first of two parts, 23, I-II.
FFT. (2001). Mini-tennis planning: last of two parts, 24, I-II.
Filipcic, A. (1998). From technical to tactical training, 16, 10-11.
Filipcic, A. (2000). The reliability and validity of motor tests in tennis, 20, 14-15.
Filipcic, A. (2001). Birth date and success in tennis, 23, 9-11.
Forzoni, R. (2008). Psychology & the use of technology, 45, 26.
Fox, A. (1995). Don´t let fear ruin your match, 6, 7-8.
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García, D. (2009). Some reflections on tennis promotion, 48, 20-21.
Gargini, D. (1998). Reader’s letters, 15, 15.
García, J.A., Sánchez-Alcaraz, B.J., Gómez, A. y López, G.F. (2012). Variables Psicológicas que afectan al rendimiento de los futbolistas de 3º División Española. IV Congreso Internacional de Ciencias del Deporte y Educación Física. Pontevedra (España).
García, J.A., López, G.F., Borrego, F., Sánchez-Alcaraz, B.J., Gómez, A. (2012). Variables Psicológicas que afectan al rendimiento de jugadores de baloncesto semiprofesionales. VIII Congreso Hispano-Luso de Psicología de la Actividad Física y del Deporte. Cartagena (España).
Garipuy, C. (2001). The use of laterality in tennis training, 23, 3-5.
Gazquez, J. (2014). Marketing and communication applied to tennis organisations, 63, 28-29.                                                                 Gasquez, J. (2015). Communication at junior playing level, 67, 13-14. 
Genevois, C. (2011).The role of parents in the training of beginner tennis players, 55, 26-27.
Genevois, C. (2013). Benefits of single-leg exercises for the prevention of injuries in young tennis players, 61, 9-11.
Genevois, C., Pollet, T. &  Rogowski, I. (2014). Relationship between the performance of the forehand groundstroke and the one-hand or two-hand medicine ball throw, 62, 21-23.
Genevios, C. (2014). The role of the coach in the early stages of development, 63, 26-27.                                                                 Genevois, C. (2015). Improving forehand performance through functional core training, 66, 22-24.  
Gentile, A. (1972). A working model of skill acquisition with application to teaching. Quest, 17, 3-23.
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Giampaolo, F. (2014). Developing a young tennis player: A parents ́ guide, 63, 21-22.
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Giffenig, E. (1997). Racket acceleration and control in tennis, 13, 2-4.
Giffenig, E. (1999). Training women players, 18, 5-6.
Giffenig, E. (2014). Developing stroke flexibility, 62, 19-20.
Gillmeister, H. Tennis history, 46, 16-18.
Gimeno, F., Buceta, J.M. y Pérez-Llanta, M.C. (2001). El cuestionario Características Psicológicas relacionadas con el Rendimiento Deportivo CPRD: Características psicométricas. Análise Psicológica, 1(19), 93-113.
Gimeno, F., Buceta, J.M. y Pérez-Llanta, M.C. (2007). Influencia de las variables psicológicas en el deporte de competición: evaluación mediante el cuestionario “Características Psicológicas relacionadas con el Rendimiento Deportivo”. Psicothema, 4(19), 667-672.
Girdo, A. (2005). Tennis and neuro-linguistic programming, 37, 11-12.
Girard, Chevalier, Leveque, Micallef and Millet. (2005). Specific incremental test in tennis, 38, 13- 15.
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