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This study aimed to determine the relationship between pelvic rotation and lower extremity movement during BHGS when players stepped with their toes parallel to the net (Level) or with their toes pointed towards the net (Net).
The players completed five directional runs BHGS were performed double-handed with a closed stance.
Backhand groundstrokes (BHGS) accompanied with running and stopping involves translational and rotational motion.
The direction of the front stepping foot in BHGS may influence the risk of inversion ankle sprain.