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forehand

the part of a horse in front of the saddle
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Kenya's Shufaa Changawa plays a forehand shot to Madagascar's Narindra Ranaivo during their Britam Kenya Open Tennis Championship semi-final match on September 21, 2018 at Nairobi Club.
Inevitably, Nadal pounced a few games later, breaking Djokovic to go 4-2 up before the Serb rode his forehand to a stunning recovery.
The Spaniard, who is currently playing the Italian Open in Rome, was asked about the player that has the best forehand in the game.
A double fault and a long forehand allowed Nadal to retrieve the break at 5-5.
Researchers have established that racquet trajectory and orientation influences forehand groundstroke effectiveness, including ball TAV and shot accuracy.
The Briton was up at the net from the very first point, following in a hammering forehand return, but where previous opponents might been overawed, Halep curled a forehand pass coolly into the corner.
After Matsuzaki, (2004) page 23 "The forehand is one of the first skills beginners are introduced to.
Her big forehand has averaged 76mph during her six wins here - 3mph faster than the men's No.1.
Andy Murray cut short another potential classic against Juan Martin del Potro by snuffing out his smoking forehand - and silencing his "manly grunt".
m.mcgivern@dailyrecord.co.uk ANDY Murray prepared for the Davis Cup by powering up his forehand - with chips followed by ice-cream.
He is six feet and two inches tall, hits the forehand with the precision of a guided laser and moves fast.
Haase, also 28, held confidently in his opening game but was soon under pressure, mis-timing a forehand to drop serve in game three.