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The problem of this study is that there is no an effective method of exercise to improve tennis beginner athlete ability in basic techniques. The purposes of this study are to: (1) see the differences in basic tennis techniques ability between groups of random practice method and block practice method, (2) see the interaction training methods with feedback. (3) see the differences in basic tennis techniques ability between group given direct feedback and indirect feedback, (4) see the differences in ability of basic tennis techniques both groups given direct feedback with random practice treatment and block practice treatment, (5) see the differences in ability of basic tennis techniques both groups given indirect feedback with random practice treatment and block practice treatment. The type of this study is quasi-experimental research, using 2 x 2 factorial experimental method. The population in this study is all beginner athletes at Sekora Tennis Padang accounting 62 people. Sampling technique is conducted by purposive sampling, and sample in this study nearly 40 people. Data is collected by conducting a test with International Tennis Number (ITN). Some results of this study: (1) There are differences in ability of basic tennis techniques between groups with random practice treatment and block practice treatment. (2) It has interaction of training methods with feedback. (3) There are differences in ability of basic tennis techniques between groups given direct feedback and indirect feedback, (4) There are differences in ability of basic tennis techniques are both groups given direct feedback with random practice treatment and block practice treatment, where random practice treatment is more effective by using direct feedback, (5) there are differences in ability of basic tennis techniques both groups given indirect feedback with random practice treatment and block practice treatment, where the implementation of random practice method is more effective with direct feedback.
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