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The 5-foot-9 Raducanu is a coolheaded problem solver on the court with a reliable forehand and strong retrieval skills.At the U.S. Open, a pair of teen semifinalists breathes joyful life into women’s draw|Liz Clarke|September 9, 2021|Washington Post
It’s no secret that when Nadal serves, he immediately looks to follow with his left-handed forehand to inflict damage.
Especially, I think, for an American where it’s kind of more forehands and serve.Aslan Karatsev is the latest qualifier to go from unknown to Grand Slam party crasher|Chuck Culpepper|February 17, 2021|Washington Post
But on match point Nadal nailed an up-the-line forehand that landed close to the line and was called in.
He returns the robot attacks with the flashing forehand acknowledged in the 1950s as the world's fastest.Marty Reisman: The Magical Hustler Who Saved a Classic Game|Harold Evans|December 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“Federer revolutionized tennis when he weaponized the ultimate forehand stroke,” Dent says.
Or nailing a whizzing forehand exactly at the right moment to leave his opponent dumbfounded across the net.
He has developed every facet of his game, beyond his trademark forehand.
He made a desperate effort to get up, but could only raise his forehand.Servants of the Guns|Jeffery E. Jeffery
Mr. Goodfellow tapped his forehand with the end of his two-foot rule.Poison Island|Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (Q)
He should have a moderately high forehand, be firm and flexible in all his movements, and be at least 20 lb.Riding for Ladies|Mrs. Power O'Donoghue
I would suggest that we go through the forehand and backhand strokes to make certain that we are right.The Meadow-Brook Girls on the Tennis Courts|Janet Aldridge
He next threw the iron-sheathed gold-bedecked coats of mail over his horses, so that they covered them from forehead to forehand.
British Dictionary definitions for forehand
- (of a stroke) made with the racket held so that the wrist is facing the direction of the stroke
- of or relating to the right side of a right-handed player or the left side of a left-handed player
- a forehand stroke
- the side on which such strokes are made