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forehand

the part of a horse in front of the saddle
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A netted forehand from Petrova (pictured right) gave Williams an early break of serve in the second set but the Russian broke back and then broke again to take a 4-3 lead.
The Swiss squandered his first set point with a forehand unforced error, but made no mistake on his second, rifling a forehand at Marcos whose responding volley could only find the net.
According to the company, Forehand is currently a senior advisor at KKR, and prior to that he served as chairman and CEO at Accenture, where he spent 34 years of his career.
Nadal took the set into a tie-break but he sent a forehand long to hand Federer the initiative and the Swiss took full advantage to take the second set.
A sublime cross-court forehand presented Davydenko with a break point opportunity and Murray blasted a forehand into the net to hand it to his opponent, but Murray dug in and broke back to force the tie-break.
She hit three consecutive winners for triple-break point and took the game when Shaughnessy hit a forehand long.
But the Russian was unable to get back on level terms and Henin-Hardenne pumped her fists after securing the set when Kuznetsova netted a forehand.
Practice this sequence using your regular forehand grip.
Clijsters constant mistakes on her forehand allowed her opponent to continue her early dominance and the first set became a formality.
Banks sometimes price their deposit products without any thought to marketing, Forehand notes.
It can be taken by the R on either the forehand or backhand side, and he can again go down the line or crosscourt.
There have been a lot of issues on the table because we brought them there - a lot of issues would not have been addressed otherwise," says Forehand, the immediate past president of the Women Legislators of Maryland.