Peut-on prédire le gagnant d’un match de Tennis ? (oui)

Peut-on prédire le gagnant d’un match de tennis ? La réponse se trouve dès le début du match et en écoutant leurs cris !

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Sources :
Raine, 2017, Tennis grunts communicate acoustic cues to sex and contest outcome
Pisanski, 2016, Individual differences in cortisol stress response predict increases in voice pitch during exam stress
O’Connell, 2014, The effects of “grunting” on serve and forehand velocities in collegiate tennis players
Sunberg, 1993, Phonatory Control in Male Singing: A Study of the Effects of Subglottal Pressure, Fundamental Frequency, and Mode of Phonation on the Voice Source
Callison, 2014, Grunting in tennis increases ball velocity but not oxygen cost
http://theunapologists.com/tennis-grunt-pitch-predicts-tennis-outcome
https://www.rte.ie/sport/tennis/2009/0622/250891-wimbledon/

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