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forehand

the head, neck, shoulders, withers and forelimbs of the horse.
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But Murray got the decisive break when Haase missed yet another forehand at 3-3 - his 24th unforced error.
He rallied and forced break points in the fifth and seventh games but Nadal held on and then broke once more to take the set when Djokovic drove a forehand long.
Murray held for the remainder of the set but could not trouble the Spaniard on his serve and Nadal bagged it with a casual forehand volley.
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It was a similar story at the start of the second set as both had chances but it was Nadal who took his, his forehand into Ferrer's forehand corner causing the fourth seed no end of problems.
Where the forehands of adult or advanced players have been shown benefit from random practice conditions (Douvis, 2005), blocked practice schedules have generally been shown as more effective than random practice in improving the forehand performance of younger or less skilled players, particularly in the immediate term (Farrow and Maschette, 1997).
A break in the opening game of the third set had turned the tide in Nadal's favour and he managed to repeat the trick in the fourth when Brands netted a forehand.
The match had already been going for an hour and 20 minutes when they began the second set, but Murray was clearly fired up and immediately had From ELEANOR CROOKS in New York three break points, taking the second when Berdych pushed a forehand long.
The 24-year-old Colombian survived a very long game at the start of the third set, saving one break point with a searing forehand cross-court winner.
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Murray saved one match point before the Swiss star hit a forehand to the corner for the win.
With the players tied at 30-30, the Irish player wrong-footed his opponent by unleashing a blistering forehand down-the-line winner when Djokovic was expecting him to go cross-court.