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forehand

the head, neck, shoulders, withers and forelimbs of the horse.
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the participants were instructed to hit the forehands, at the target, at the same intensity they would use to generate their best topspin forehand groundstroke, in a competitive setting.
I served so good, I hit my forehand as hard as I could and I think we played a great match and I think I deserved to win.
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.
Konta was yet to earn a break point in the set but her first was a match point at 9-8 after a Vekic forehand drifted long.
After Matsuzaki, (2004) page 23 "Many types of spin can be put on a forehand -flat, topspin, underspin, or sidespin".
Del Potro has a huge serve - and his thunderous forehand grew gasps from the crowd on the Court Philippe Chatrier.
Del Potro answered with a forehand winner, Isner hit a backhand long and Del Potro made a great service return that forced an errant forehand from Isner to reach deuce.
His forehand was in working order in the next game as he hung in the second set, resilience that paid off ahead of the eighth game as Murray's long forehand set up more break-points, but an ace and an unreturned serve denied Janowicz, who was continuing to encroach on his opponents' second set dominance.
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.
Fish hit a few forehand winners to give himself two break points at the start of the second set but squandered both.
In one four-shot succession, she drove still one more forehand over the baseline, jammed a crosscourt forehand winner into the backhand court, then another forehand over the line, then another crosscourt forehand winner.
He slapped a forehand from close to the net on to the line only for the umpire to call it out, prompting the incensed Ukrainian to tell the official to "open your eyes.