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The problem of the research is evident in answering the following questions: Is it possible to predict the front and rear ground strikes through variables (neuro-linguistic programming, psychological alienation, and psychological hesitation)? The goal of the research is to identify the contribution rates of the variables (neurolinguistic programming, psychological alienation, and psychological hesitation) in the front and back ground strikes. Background for tennis players. The researchers used the descriptive approach to suit the nature of the problem and formed a research population of advanced tennis players, numbering (76) players representing clubs in the central and southern regions. The researchers concluded that it is possible to predict, through the independent psychological variables (neurolinguistic programming, alienation, and hesitation) the dependent variables, the two frontal turfs. The background of tennis players depends on the importance of each variable.
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