Research has shown that "coaches are less than 45% correct in their post-match assessment as to why a player or team wins or loses a match" -Notational Analysis in Sport, Hughes
For a collegiate tennis coach the challenges are greater than most sports - you have six matches on at the same time! So, coaches tend to make subjective conclusions on a player's performance, based mostly on match highlights (or "low" lights)
help you identify the areas that you consider important - all linked to the match footage.
This means that you have the ability to find a player's true strengths and weaknesses by revealing tendencies not visible to the naked eye. This objective data can also be used to measure a player's improvement over a season.
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