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Old 11-25-2010, 02:27 AM   #72
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Default Re: Who Has The Better Forehand? Murray or Djokovic?

Murray has a better forehand pass, mainly because he has better movement at the baseline - not better speed or footwork per se, but better tactical sense and precognition while under pressure. This allows him to hit his running forehand pass from a better position than most - maybe even better than Nadal's running backhand, and certainly better than Djokovic.

Djokovic lacks the raw physical strength of Del Potro or Soderling, but he can sometimes hit insanely overpowered forehands because of his superior flexibility.

Let's compare something less obvious next time, like who among the two speaks better English?
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