Forehand in tennis is a type of shot that you do with your right hand (if you are left handed you do forehand with your left hand).
Forehand Backhand Volley
A tennis swing on the strong side of the body is called a forehand.
means - front side of the tennis field
The opposite is forehand (as in tennis).
Do you mean like the backhand and forehand?
A forehand is used when the ball is on the same side as your dominant hand. ( For right-handed players, your right side. For left handed players, your left side) The forehand is usually the most powerful stroke in the game.
Elena Dementieva was a tennis player from Russia. She was known to play an offensive style of tennis, usually staying near the baseline. She used her forehand mostly.
The fastest every recorded tennis forehand was by Gael Monfils, who cracked a 120 mph winner down the line at the 2007 Australian Open.
The way to swing a racket in tennis is called a forehand.
Pretty much all of the main muscles in the legs are used in tennis: the quadriceps, the hamstrings, the gluteus maximus, and the calves.
Forehand Backhand serve volley smash
Back-hand and forehand shot! :)
All muscles are used, especially arm, shoulder, neck and back muscles, as well as abdominal muscles, and leg muscles.
Simply because Steffi Graf had the most powerful forehand in women's tennis at the time.
Forehand, backhand, serve, and volleys.
ma long has the best forehand in general but maybe with underspin it is xu xin
Serve, Forehand,Backhand, (Forehand)volley, (Backhand) volley,smash, (Backhand) slice. Two handed Backhand, one handed Backhand. And i think there is a Backhanded smash i thought i heard my tennis coach say that. Oh and there is a difference between a top spin forehand and just like a swing forehand which is like back then hit ect. ;)
I've heard that you use your core muscles and legs.
Forehand,backhand,volley,and over hand
That's called a forehand. On the opposite side, it's called a backhand.
Actually, there are six types of tennis grips (for gripping the racquet with your hand), not three. (As for the actual grips you put on a tennis racquet, there are hundreds, and too many to name).The grips are as follows:Continental grip (used in serves and volleys)Eastern forehandSemi-western forehand (most common tennis grip)Western forehandEastern backhand gripDouble handed backhand gripThere are many variations of these six grips, but these are the main grips that variations are based off of. Many players develop variations of these grips to suit their needs.
In tennis you must always start on the forehand (right hand) side.
A LOT of muscles are used in table tennis (if played at a high level). Legs are in constant use for quick movements etc. The core muscles are important to provide power for shots and stability. Obviously the arm muscles are also in constant use!
Forearm muscles, biceps, deltoids, abdominal muscles, and obliques.