Review of sport science research specialised on wheelchair tennis
Keywords:research, wheelchair tennis, adapted sport
This article presents a review of previous research on wheelchair tennis. We have analysed previously published sport science articles that concentrate on wheelchair tennis. Findings indicate that a greater scientific production of wheelchair tennis related research is still necessary with specific areas proposed for those involved in research.
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