a. Cognitive: Deciding where is the most strategic place on the court to hit the overhead
B. Perceptual: Seeing what type of spin the ball has
C. Motor Skills: utilizing good footwork make tiny adjustments until the overhead has been hit
- Fine is more prevalent in this skill because tiny adjustments need to be made to ensure successful placement of and contact with the ball.
- Discrete is more prevalent because the tennis swing has a distinct start and stop.
- Tennis is external due to outside factors that could shift movement of the ball before contact with the racquet, such as wind.
- Overheads are a stroke done by a single person and, thus, they are individual.
D. Perceptual Motor Skills: seeing where the ball is and then moving to be in the ideal position to hit the overhead