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2023, Vol. 10, Issue 1, Part B

Analysis of backhand service badminton doubles athletes in the championship in Banyumas


Author(s): Asyidika Vito Indarto, Sigit Nugroho, Widiyanto and Septiana Dwi Rakhmawati

Abstract:
The purpose of this study was to analyze the results of the accuracy of targeting the backhand short serve badminton at the Dulongmas Regency Championships in 2022. This research method using a descriptive analysis approach with a survey approach. The population in this study were participants in the Dulongmas Regency Championships 2022. The sample for this study was male beginner doubles athletes aged 13-14 years. The data collection technique in this study used purposive sampling with the following criteria: 1) Male doubles athletes; 2) Age group 13-14 years; 3) Players of equal ability; 4) Video shooting is only 1 set. The data collection technique was carried out by making video observations that had been taken by researchers at the Dulongmas Regency Championship 2022 and then entering them into the table that had been prepared during the match. The data analysis technique used is descriptive statistics. The results of this study were a total of 147 service attempts made, 5 punches (3%) that killed the opponent, 44 punches (30%) that were too high from the net so that athletes lost points easily, 41 punches (28%) served undirected which makes it easier for the opponent to return the return serve, 11 strokes (7%) of the serve are troublesome so that the opponent has difficulty returning it, self-destructive service errors consisting of 13 strokes (9%) of the shuttlecock out of the court area (out), and 14 blows (10%) service violations made by players or so-called (faults), 7 strokes (5%) stuck in the net, and 12 strokes (8%) twitch service or what is often called a flick serve. Backhand service skills can be developed by maximizing training using various drill methods so that players can develop their game strategy on the field.

DOI: 10.22271/kheljournal.2023.v10.i1b.2760

Pages: 99-103  |  474 Views  258 Downloads

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How to cite this article:
Asyidika Vito Indarto, Sigit Nugroho, Widiyanto, Septiana Dwi Rakhmawati. Analysis of backhand service badminton doubles athletes in the championship in Banyumas. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2023;10(1):99-103. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22271/kheljournal.2023.v10.i1b.2760
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