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forecourt

Sport the front section of the court in tennis, badminton, etc., esp the area between the service line and the net

Forecourt

A court forming an entrance plaza for a single building or a group of several buildings.

forecourt

A court forming an entrance plaza for a single building or several buildings in a group.
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Their front court pose the biggest threat for Riyadi, with the dangerous trio of Mehdi Kamrani, Hamed Afagh and Samad Bahrami -- who have been playing together for almost six years -- having won practically everything on both club and national team level.
The front court was framed by three windowed walls of Barksdale's home as well as one solid wall of the neighbor's residence.
When Tom Spijkers and de Hoogh, now front court, pushed Riga 19-0 ahead the first set was as good as in the bag but the dangerous Marcus Russell, aided and abetted by Ian Towers, capitalised on some home slackness to close the final deficit to a respectable 25-20.
Features include a front court yard, and a natural spring well!
"Gerry was just there in the garden or front court and I just ran.
At 9-5, Sizemore chased a ball that was heading to the front wall off the back wall, and Fisher followed him, thinking he was going to dump the shot in the front court. But it rebounded past Sizemore, and somehow Fisher was able to get his hand on the ball.
CARTERVILLE -- Continuing to make his front court a point of emphasis on both the offensive and defensive, John A.
NLEX turned to the front court tandem of import Curtis Washington and Poy Erram in a bid to narrow the gap in the second half, but all of their efforts went for naught as Jones played with sustained brilliance in the final two frames.
Without their two front court studs in Bonifacio and Serrano, Mapua was easy pickings for the Red Lions, who collectively shot 42% to the poor 29% field goal shooting of the Cardinals.
He played a little bit on the front court and stepped away from the basket as well.
When Varejao finally returns to Cleveland's roster, he'd see a different, improved depth in the front court rotation after the Cavaliers acquired a bunch of big men in the offseason.