Tennis Players With the Best Forehands
The Top Ten
Rafa's forehand is the best because he hits it with so much topspin and so much accuracy and it is the most effective and his forehand has really made him the king of clay.
Rafa generates about 3400rpm topspin on his forehand on a normal day. Other player average 1500rpm tops. Imagine how much the opponent has to flip his racquet while returning. Play it with a flat racquet and you'll find the ball land at your feet.
VAMOS RAFA! So much powerful and precise! With great topspin! Watch him run to his left and hit the greatest forehand down the line!
Rafa play very nice to banana shotV 24 Comments
His forehand is the best ever. He can create every rotation with it - not only topspin as Nadal does but also flat shots. He can hit powerful shot as well as do it softly. At his prime he could hit it precisely at the place he wanted, this was just a flawless shot back then.
Federer has the most variety in his forehand and can hit flat to penetrate the court and topspin to keep opponents deep, come on! Has everybody forgotten how federer's forehand was before he got old?
Nadal's is VERY good, but Federer's peak forehand was the best shot in the history of the sport. He could hit it hard and with huge angles for a winner from anywhere on the court.
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Del Potro's forehand is not with a lot of topspin it is very flat but it is one of the fastest.
It is the fastest forehand in tennis at this present moment. Just requires more consistency
When del potro is in a good form then nobody can outpower his invincible forehands. He hits them with ultimate power and speed
I catch myself holding my breath when Delpo initiates his back swing...V 4 Comments
He's called Forehand-o Gonzalez for a reason. Gonzalez provides great topspin as well as stunning power for his forehand. He's great on the run, can spin it, can drive it extremely flat... He almost has federer's variety
Gonzalez has also a very fast forehand but it is not the same as Tsonga and Del Potro because it is more topspin power.
He has the fastest and the most consistent forehand in tennis history!
One of the fastest and most powerful forehands I have ever seen.V 1 Comment
Fastest forehand ever hit (125 mph - 2011 US Open)
Such a shame he didn't last longer - jeff4295
Murray's forehand is really solid with a lot of topspin
One of the biggest forehands I have ever seen live. The crowd literally gasped when he unloaded on a few of them. Basically a missile with topspin.
Verdasco's forehand is with a lot of topspin and speed and he uses a lot of slice.
Djokovic's forehand is with a lot of topspin but his backhand in my opinion is better and much more solid
His Fh is underrated because his Bh is so highly rated as the best ever. His Forehand may also be the best ever. Early in his pro career his Fh broke down at times, but that is clearly not the case since 2012 or so.V 3 Comments
One of the best flat forehands in open era. He has a great technique of the forehand and not necessary use many power to do very fast strike
Monfils's forehand is very solid and fast.
I love his forehand, may if he practice like that in every training and match he can be back in the top five
I think he should do more forehand practise than volleling
Greatest forehand in the world!
Nobody can reach his speed.
He has a rare thing called'the whip' and he is able to generate a very powerful forehande whilist being accurate
Andy Roddick has a hard forehand when it's high in the air, but when it's low, he's good at picking it up. For example, when someone hits a slice, he brushes it up and makes them consistently.
Roddick doesn't have a great forehand when compared to Gonzalez, Tsonga or Delpo. But Roddick has a wimpy forehand which can be really dangerous sometimes.
Tsonga's forehand is really similar to Del Potro's Tsonga hits it harder but Del Potro's is faster.
Tsonga's forehand is not at all similar to Delpo's. Tsonga has a pure flat forehand, pretty much similar to Gonzalez's.
Maybe the 2ond best Fh when it is on and when he gets a good look at the ball, only coming after Djokovic. Nadal and Fed make their Fh seem better because they are such great movers and receive the ball so well, but do not have the Fh quality of Djokovic or Tsonga.
His forehand is wicked. The topspin and power he generates for a small framed guy is amazing. He really pulverises the ball on the forehand wing.
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