Analyze first and second serve , and rally length breakdown using exported data from Swing Tennis App
Back by popular demand, this blog post continues diving into making use of the data we captured via Swing App from my Apple Watch.
If you are new to the tennis tracking via apple watch, please check out my introductory blog post.
If you are interested in tennis, and subscribed to the Pro version of the Swing App, you will be able to export all the data to a clean Excel format. That is really cool, but what can you do about it?
In this blog, I will share my experience of playing and analyzing the raw data for over 30 hrs over the past few months. Hopefully by reading this article, you will have slightly more incentive to make use of the data, after your hard fought game and logging via Apple Watch.
We will cover the following three topics with hands-on examples:
- Basic data cleaning and data modeling for the required analysis using Excel build-in feature
- How to breakdown the first and second serve performance with speed and distribution
- How to breakdown the short, medium and long rally on game points