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forehand

the head, neck, shoulders, withers and forelimbs of the horse.
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A running forehand gave Murray the break back to spark euphoric scenes around centre court while Janowicz's concentration again appeared to slip amid continued requests for the roof to be closed and displays of frustration.
Historically, grip pressure was reported to have little effect on the rebound velocity of simulated forehands using a clamped racquet (e.
This outstanding piece of play was followed by a wide forehand from Djokovic, giving Niland his first game in the contest and generating the biggest cheer from the large crowd in the 22,500-capacity stadium.
A wayward forehand gave Nadal three match points in the following game and he obliged at the first time of asking.
He almost clinched the match with Marchenko serving at 3-5 down, one stunning forehand pass on the run bringing the crowd to its feet.
A cutting backhand return had the Czech stretching and Nadal clenched his fist with stern-faced determination when Berdych's forehand skewed out.
His defence was more compact, he used his backhand drive and rolled forehand more often, and perhaps Moss tried a little too hard to finish him off.
I thought I played really well and hit my forehand as hard as I could.
The third set tie breaker was level at 3-3 when Davenport ripped a forehand winner down the line.
Despite having the first set interrupted by the rain for 20 minutes after just six minutes of play, Costa lost no rhythm as he won his serve to lead 2-1 before breaking Ferrero's as the youngster's forehand landed in the net.
Turuanov led by two sets to one and a break before Evans staged a thrilling revival, claiming the fourth set, an opportunity created after stinging forehand return.
With the match slipping away, Williams muffed a deep overhead smash to trail, 0-15, then watched Pironkova slap four successive forehands for errors, two into the net, two over the baseline.