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[Supertraining] An announcement by JSSM for Special Issue on Tennis Hakan Gür Mon Apr 02 09:09:17 2012

*Dear Colleagues*

* *

In a major attempt to emphasize the importance of research and
evidence-based practical information in advancing all aspects of tennis
performance, the *Journal of Sports Science and Medicine* will publish
a *Special
Issue on Tennis *in early 2013. Tennis is one of the few sports in the
world that requires very high levels of all major components of fitness:
strength, speed, agility, power, or aerobic endurance. Moreover, Tennis is
one of the world’s most popular sports enjoyed by millions of people of all
ages and abilities. In order to help players, coaches seek assistance from
the vast amount of technical coaching information that is available in the
market in the form of books, journals or websites. This special issue of
the *Journal of Sports Science and Medicine* calls on authors to submit
original research and specific reviews that enriches the current
understanding of tennis performance. The scope of the issue will include
(but not limited to) all aspects of applied physiology, performance
indicators, injury risk and applied coaching.

*Jaime Fernandez-Fernandez*, PhD

Tennis Special Issue Editor

J Sport Sci & Med


*Author Guidelines and Submission Deadline: *
Instructions for authors and submission guidelines can be found at the
Journal's homepage: http://www.jssm.org/submission.php. *Deadline* for full
paper submission is *30th August, 2012*.

All papers will be subjected to the peer-review procedures of the Journal.
Papers should be submitted online at http://www.jssm.org/submission.php.
Mark that the manuscript is for a special issue and enter '*Tennis Issue*'
as the issue title.

*Please email all special issue-related enquiries to the Guest Editor: *

*Jaime Fernandez-Fernandez*, PhD
Faculty of Sports Science; Department of Training and Exercise Science
Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany)
Stiepeler Strasse 129; 44801. Bochum
Phone: +49 (0)2343225969; Fax: +49(0)2343214775

*Dr Fernandez-Fernandez will be assisted in editorial duties by:*

*Dr David Sanz-Rivas*, from the Spanish Tennis Federation (RFET), and *Dr
Mark Kovacs*, from the United States Tennis Association (USTA)

*Direct all journal-related enquiries to the Editor-in-Chief:*

Hakan Gur, MD, PhD
Department of Sports Medicine
Medical Faculty of Uludag University
16059 Bursa; Turkey

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