This video explains how the amount of shoulder rotation you get during a windshield wiper forehand can differ from a classic forehand. After you hit the tennis ball, you typically have to rotate a little bit more than you otherwise would on the windshield wiper. There are a number of reasons for this, but in this video we keep our focus relatively narrow.
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This video falls under Forehands.
When you hit the tennis ball on the dominant side of your body you are hitting a forehand. For example, if you are right handed and the ball is on the right side of your body you'll be hitting a forehand. Forehands tend to be a player's favorite shot and his or her weapon. If you watch a lot of pro tennis, you've probably noticed that most pros do their damage — hit winners and force errors — with their forehands.
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