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  1. His forehand (along with Roger Federer and Fernando Verdasco) is considered to be one of the best in the game.
  2. His forehand was no less vicious and Agassi could only watch as a series of winners flew past him.
  3. The forehand is generally considered the easiest of the tennis shots to master, perhaps because it is considered to be the most natural stroke.
  4. The forehand, the Federer forehand reared its ugly head.
  5. After the forehand was shown to be in, Roddick gained complete control of the match and raced through the final set.


  1. King credited her semifinal victory to her forehand down the line, a new shot in her repertoire. (Web site)
  2. But minutes later, Nadal recorded his 32nd consecutive win at the Monte-Carlo Country Club with a forehand winner down the line on his second match point. (Web site)
  3. Troicki hits a big forehand and ventures to the net but is forced short with his volley, allowing Nadal to whip a backhand down the line. (Web site)


  1. When Dulko shanked a forehand, it created a break point - and she was hoping for more mistakes by Sharapova. (Web site)
  2. I had more mistakes with my forehand in that game than all week," Nadal said. (Web site)

First Time

  1. The match finally ended after 4 hours, 16 minutes when Federer broke for the first time all day, with Roddick missing on a forehand.
  2. The match finally ended after more than four hours when Federer broke for the first time all day, with Roddick hitting an errant forehand. (Web site)
  3. After Lu ripped a running forehand passing shot on match point to break Roddick for the first time, he looked and pointed to the sky.


  1. He was one of a number of Australian players who used the Continental grip in which the racquet is held the same way for both the forehand and the backhand.
  2. The pain wasn't so sharp as I felt so weak in my right arm, couldn't hold my racquet on the forehand side.


  1. Before shaking Rafter's hand, Agassi fired a forehand toward the lineswoman at the other end of the court. (Web site)
  2. Second serve is to the Federer backhand, again Federer chips a backhand return cross court to the forehand wing of Roddick. (Web site)
  3. More aggressive, trying to go inside the court and trying to do the point with the forehand. (Web site)


  1. Blake throws every inch of himself into his forehand.
  2. Blake is known for his speed and powerful forehand.


  1. Agassi saved that one, but Haas converted his second match point with a forehand return. (Web site)
  2. At 5-6, Federer went 0-30 down, then 30-40 down, then advantage down, and a forehand error handed Haas another set.
  3. Known for his strong forehand, Haas reached a career-high ranking of number two for the ATP Tour in May 2002.


  1. All strokes can be played either forehand or backhand. (Web site)
  2. She has a very powerful forehand (Double handed backhand) and serves an array of strokes.

Wide Forehand

  1. A wide forehand by Agassi gave Johansson a break for 3-1 in the tiebreak and he followed up with a superb forehand return to take a 4-1 lead. (Web site)
  2. A wide forehand from Agassi offered two match points to the Argentinian who converted straight away when Agassi returned wide. (Web site)

Forehand Wide

  1. The first match point was wasted by Nadal but on the second Robredo hit a forehand wide to bow out. (Web site)
  2. Almagro sent a forehand wide in the second game of the third to hand Nadal the key break before the 2005 champion served out the victory.
  3. But Davydenko's errors handed the set to Federer when he doubled-faulted at deuce, then missed a forehand wide. (Web site)


  1. When Petrova sent a forehand wide to end the match, Sharapova covered her face with her fists. (Web site)
  2. But Federer sent a forehand wide to end it. (Web site)
  3. A brilliant forehand down the line forced Federer to project a forehand wide and it was Roddick who went a set in front after 39 minutes.


  1. That pattern created a clear opening down the line, but when Roddick tried to flatten his forehand out he found the net instead and it was 3-1 for Nadal.


  1. On HER first set point, Serena dumped one forehand return into the net, then did it again to give Sharapova a third set point. (Web site)


  1. Wang Liqin is best known for his tournament play and is thought to have the best forehand drive in the world.
  2. Federer I think is the best forehand.
  3. Many tennis experts say that her powerful inside-out forehand is one of the best in the women's game. (Web site)


  1. Games went with serve until 5-5 when Baghdatis put a simple forehand into the net to give Djokovic the chance to break. (Web site)


  1. Soderling, seeded 23rd at this year's tournament, ran Nadal ragged on center court with his hard serve and booming forehand.

Fourth Round

  1. Three-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal thought he reached the fourth round when he hit a forehand on match point against Robin Soderling. (Web site)
  2. She ordered play to continue, despite protests from Sugiyama, and two points later Sharapova hit a forehand winner to advance to the fourth round. (Web site)


  1. Under pressure from Sharapova's groundstrokes, Henin-Hardenne dumped a forehand into the net, making it 4-3. (Web site)
  2. His groundstrokes are technically efficient on both forehand and backhand.


  1. After falling behind 3-0, she pounded the clay with her racket three times — forehand, backhand and forehand.
  2. Twelve months after describing herself as a 'cow on ice' on clay, Sharapova skidded out of the tournament by ramming a forehand long. (Web site)


  1. Wang Liqin (right) winning a forehand drive against Jörg Rosskopf in a table tennis match.
  2. But right now I have to go inside because I am touching very good the ball with the forehand, and I have to do for this in the semifinals if I want to win. (Web site)


  1. Nadal eventually got the breakthrough when Federer sprayed a forehand wide and sealed it with his opponent's only double fault of the set. (Web site)
  2. A lunging forehand slice helped him break to take the lead for good at 3-2, and a double fault by a weary Nieminen on match point gave Roddick the win. (Web site)


  1. Murray even snatched the opening point of the breaker but Tsonga could smell victory moving ahead when the Scot pushed a forehand wide on the seventh point.


  1. Another 15 minutes of tense tennis followed before the Frenchman pulled a forehand barely wide to give Sampras the victory. (Web site)
  2. Nadal was in full flight against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the previous round, dancing around his backhand, while bludgeoning his forehand past the Frenchman. (Web site)


  1. She uses two hands on both the forehand and the backhand, and is generally classed as an aggressive and hard-hitting player. (Web site)
  2. Midway through the fourth set, del Potro hit a forehand winner and slapped hands with fans. (Web site)
  3. When the 14th-seeded Schnyder sailed a forehand wide to get broken again, Sharapova covered her face with both hands and looked on the verge of tears. (Web site)

Andy Roddick

  1. Andy Roddick (USA) - If you've got a wicked forehand and devastating serve, play as Roddick in Grand Slam Tennis. (Web site)


  1. On the second deuce, he misplayed a forehand to give Federer a chance to secure his place in history.
  2. Sania Mirza: There's no doubt that my forehand and backhand can match anyone, it's about the place that they're put in. (Web site)


  1. I was really happy with the way I played today especially my forehand, but she was serving and rallying really well too. (Web site)
  2. Serving for the match, Nadal climbed out of a 30-0 hole, only to see Hewitt hit a forehand winner. (Web site)
  3. Almagro sent a forehand wide in the second game of the decider to hand Nadal the key break before serving out.


  1. The Spaniard fought off three break points when down 4-2 but Baghdatis broke again for the set when Nadal made a forehand error. (Web site)
  2. The 24-year-old Almagro had never beaten Nadal in five previous attempts, but he kept firing forehand winners past the Spaniard.


  1. Verdasco pulled a forehand wide on the next point, missed a routine forehand return at 15-30, and that was all the leeway Nadal needed.


  1. Roddick will keep Nadal at bay with his explosive serve, and the kind of aggression off the forehand that he must produce. (Web site)


  1. The shot you'll hit most often in tennis - the forehand.


  1. Kuznetsova lost serve to fall behind 4-2 when she ended an 11-stroke exchange by putting a forehand into the net. (Web site)
  2. Kuznetsova clinched it with a forehand winner and, three days later, claimed her first French Open title.

Steffi Graf

  1. Like JaJa, Steffi Graf can hit anything off the forehand; unlike JaJa, she can hit anything. (Web site)
  2. I copied my crosscourt forehand from Steffi Graf.


  1. Williams took the next four games, and things got so bad that Safina swung and completely missed a forehand while serving at 2-5. (Web site)
  2. That gave Safina a 4-2 lead, and she closed out the victory, falling to her knees with glee when Sharapova socked a wild forehand on match point.


  1. If Sania Mirza can make it to the third round, with that big forehand of hers, she could give Venus a little bit of a match. (Web site)
  2. Venus plays with a single handed forehand, which has sometimes been known to break down in the course of matches.
  3. On the second, Venus went for a forehand passing shot that landed just wide of the line. (Web site)


  1. Suarez Navarro squandered one match point while serving at 40-15 in the next game before Williams netted a forehand for her 37th enforced error. (Web site)
  2. The match ended when Williams pushed a forehand wide. (Web site)
  3. But it didn't work out," said Williams, who missed a forehand by an inch or so when she held a match point at 5-4 in the final set. (Web site)


  1. And you start to realize, `Is it possible Federer even moves better?' Then you watch him play Andy [Roddick], and you go, `Andy has a big forehand. (Web site)
  2. To sum up: Andy is quite rusty, Serena beat Andy again, Elton John has a wicked forehand, it was a fun time had by all. (Web site)


  1. Murray came more under attack in the second set as Federer turned up the heat and broke the Scot in the third game when he netted a forehand. (Web site)
  2. Roddick sent a backhand volley long to set up break point, and Murray followed with a forehand crosscourt winner. (Web site)
  3. Serving to force a fourth-set tie-breaker, Del Potro netted a forehand to give Murray two match points.


  1. Down one set and two breaks, Gonzalez managed to get one break back, but Nadal kept the lead and finished off his opponent with a forehand winner. (Web site)
  2. But Nadal, like his opponent, has a powerful will as well as a powerful forehand.
  3. He looks like an irresistible force on clay, and the topspin that he generates on his forehand can confuse and worry almost any opponent.


  1. When she slapped one easy forehand into the net, Serena cracked her racket against the court with such force she needed to replace it. (Web site)


  1. Bartoli also had trouble with her forehand at the time, so when she made the switch to two hands, it greatly improved and she has never stopped. (Web site)
  2. This made Toni Nadal intensify training, and at that time he encouraged Nadal to play left-handed, as he noticed Nadal played forehand shots with two hands.
  3. For many years the 1940s player Bobby Riggs was considered to have had the greatest drop shot of all time, off both his forehand and his backhand. (Web site)


  1. After the match, Vaidišová hit a forehand into the crowd out of frustration, nearly hitting someone.
  2. Federer had a rare display of frustration after he pulled an easy forehand wide trailing 5-4 in the tiebreaker. (Web site)

Patty Schnyder

  1. Patty Schnyder of Switzerland hits a forehand on her way to defeating Anabel Medina Garrigues of Spain in Rogers Cup Tennis action in Toronto on Monday Aug.


  1. After a tired Williams barely got a forehand back, Clijsters rushed the net and put away a forehand winner on match point. (Web site)
  2. Venus can be inconsistent with her forehand, but then again, so can Clijsters.


  1. She needed four match points to close out the match, but won it when Hingis missed a forehand. (Web site)
  2. Williams broke Hingis to 3-1 in the tiebreaker when Hingis struck a forehand long after a tough rally. (Web site)


  1. A forehand into the net gave Davenport the break. (Web site)
  2. When Graf netted a forehand return on the second match point, Davenport let out a scream of delight and covered her mouth with her hand.


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