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The following recommendations are presented as a result
of this study:
1. A wall short serve test may fee useful in situations
where there is limited space for testing badminton.
2. Wall test practice stations may he useful as a
method of providing activity for students who are not par-
ticipating in a gam© situation.
3. Combining the wall short serve test with other
badminton wall tests may provide a useful battery of bad-
minton tests suitable for administering in areas other
than the gymnasium such as In a class room* locker room,
k* A wall short serve test should be included as a
part of a battery of wall tests rather than separately if
it is to be used to predict badminton playing ability
5. Alternating serves from the right and left courts
appears to be worthy of consideration when measuring
serving ability in badminton.
6. The effect of wall practice on court performance
appears to be worthy of further study.
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Washington, Jean. Construction of a Wall Test for the Badminton Short Serve and the Effect of Wall Practice on Court Performance, thesis, August 1968; Denton, Texas. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc131037/m1/77/: accessed January 18, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .