The Federer forehand is considered among the most striking and superb tennis strokes today in tennis. His forehand is powerful, elegant, and adaptable that is always magnificent to see every time he plays the sport. The superiority and grace, and ability of his forehand in one of the finest that produce awe inspiring wins that carry him to the top and able to rule the tennis tour today because of it.

To carefully analyze Roger Federer’s forehand grip in his tennis matches, his hold on the racket is a modified Eastern grip version. Many tennis analysts and experts considered this to be more conservative, but his forehand is more adaptable and efficient compared to many tennis pros on tour today. With his amazing forehand, he is able to generate powerful passing shots, awesome topspin and an array of various shot selection in every game.

In my opinion, Roger Federer surely is an extremely talented tennis pro, but he’s no muscleman, as most tennis experts and enthusiast notice. However, his flawless forehand technique allowed him to generate the power and amazing results that other pro tennis players could not match. The Federer forehand techniques were only acquired and made possible through lots of constant training, practice, and refinement. His preparation starts with the proper recognition and flight path of the approaching tennis ball and starts converting his body into one single unit rather than handling the shot in just a large back swing. His shoulders, lower body and racket turns sideways and coils in unison as his forehand begin storing the much-needed energy for the awesome and graceful swing. There’s no rush with his forehand, as the racket, shoulders and body moves in perfect harmony.

The amazing Federer forehand combined with his superior tennis footwork makes his every shot devastatingly smooth and powerful. His swift reflex in receiving the ball allows him to set up properly his forehand shot with such accuracy and precision. His hitting stance is simply superb as well, as Federer make certain to load his hitting stance. With a fluid and compact takeback that always result in a strikingly graceful and effectively powerful swing, it’s no wonder that a lot of tennis players are trying to imitate Federer’s forehand.

Finally, right after the takeback height, he lowers the racket arm to drop allowing gravity to take its turn below the level of the ball in order to impart topspin and to greatly increase his swing path.

The Federer forehand is superior and powerful in any way that only an extremely unique abilities and talented athlete like Roger Federer can perform. He is able to efficiently combine an array of different techniques that allow him to perform flawless executions and swiftly adjust the swing accordingly to accommodate more various shot selections. This makes Roger Federer such an extremely awesome tennis player and why his forehand is such a technique that I truly admire. Enjoy watching the video clip below and you will understand the beauty of the Federer forehand.


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