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Tennis Forehand Drive

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Tennis Forehand Shot

The player should always be prepared for the ball by facing the opponent, but once the serve has

started on the way to the receiver, they should immediately prepare a position to receive it with the

body at right angles to the net.

The forehand shot is made up of one continuous stroke of the racquet that, for the purpose of analysis,

is broken down into three main parts:

1. The portion of the swing behind the body, which determines the speed of the stroke.

2. The first part immediately is in front of the body which determines the direction and, in conjunction

with weight shift from one foot to the other, the pace of the shot.

3. The part past the body, comparable to the golfer's "follow through," determines some spin, top or

slice, added to the ball.

Most drives should be topped. The slice shot is a totally different stroke that requires practice.

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