Aim: The Badminton World Federation is recently testing a new scoring system of 5 games up to 11 points (“5x11”) to find a feasible alternative to the current format with 3 games up to 21 points (“3x21”). The aim of this study was to compare the temporal structure of badminton of men’s single competition under the conventional “3x21” with the new “5x11” scoring system. Methods: Seven males (age, height, weight, BF%, Vo2max) high level badminton players competing at international level were recruited for the study. Participants were paired up to play against each other using the “3x21” or the “5x11” in random order. Overall match duration, games duration, rally time, rest time, effective playing time, shots per rally, work density, and shot frequency were recorded in order to determine the temporal structure of the games. In addition frequency of rally and rest time distribution were calculated. Data are expressed as mean ± standard deviation. Results. Overall match duration was 2129±332 s and 1996±182 s with a mean of 107±10 and 90±7 rallies played and 669±80 and 606±49 shots executed during the “3x21” and the “5x11”, respectively. Mean rally time was 6.7±4.3 s and 6.6±4.6 s and mean rest time was 10.4±3.9 s and 10.3±3.4 s for “3x21” and “5x11”, respectively. 84.5% (“3x21”) and 83.2% (“5x11”) of all rallies lasted between 1 and 10 s with a rally time between 4 and 8 s occurring most frequently. In contrast, rest time was mostly situated for both condition between 8 and 14 s (80.4% and 82.0% for “3x21” and “5x11”, respectively). Shots per rally were 6.2±0.5 and 6.8±0.4 with a shot frequency of 0.92±0.26 shot∙s-1 and 1.0±0.2 shot∙s-1 under the “3x21” and the “5x11” format, respectively. Finally, EPT was 34±3% and 30±4%, with a work density of 0.75 and 0.70 for “3x21” and the “5x11”, respectively. No statistical differences were found between the two conditions. Conclusion. In conclusion, the proposed “5x11” scoring system seems not affect the temporal structure of badminton matches. It is possible that more time under the “5x11” is needed to change tactical habits that can influence the temporal structure of matches.
Temporal analisys of men’s single badminton matches played under different scoring systems / L. Pugliese, E. Limonta, S. Rampichini, M. Venturelli, E. Cè, A. Gianfelici, A. La Torre, F. Esposito. - In: SPORT SCIENCES FOR HEALTH. - ISSN 1824-7490. - 11:Suppl. 1(2015 Sep), pp. 87 TP P.S36-87 TP P.S36. ((Intervento presentato al 7. convegno SISMES National Congress : 2 - 4 October tenutosi a Padova (Italy) nel 2015.
|Titolo:||Temporal analisys of men’s single badminton matches played under different scoring systems|
LIMONTA, ELOISA MARIA GUGLIELMINA (Secondo)
LA TORRE, ANTONIO (Penultimo)
ESPOSITO, FABIO (Ultimo)
|Parole Chiave:||badminton; scoring system|
|Settore Scientifico Disciplinare:||Settore M-EDF/02 - Metodi e Didattiche delle Attivita' Sportive|
|Data di pubblicazione:||set-2015|
|Enti collegati al convegno:||University of Padova|
Società Italiana di Scienze Motorie e Sportive (SISMES)
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