The aim of this study is to compare anthropometric features of tennis and volleyball players used upper extremities as dominant. To the study, 30 players-15 of them are tennis, 15 of them are volleyball players- were joined voluntarily. Measurements of circle and body fat values that are anthropometric features of a player were taken. For analyzing datas statisticaly, Independent Sample t test was done. Players’ values of length, weight and results of the circle measurements done, shoulder, calf and calf conraction were found to be statistically significant(p<0.05), but there were not found to be statistically significant(p>0.05) between the other circle measurements. For result, measurements of body fat values done, although abdominal and calf measurements were statistically significant(p<0.05), there were not found to be statistically significant(p>0.05) between the other body fat values’ measurements. As a result, changes in physical composition that are suitable for branch’s characteristic features and differences depend on usage as dominant between tennis and volleyball players were defined.
Keywords: Tennis, Volleyball, Anthropometry