Dear tennis friends,
Are you overwhelmed by the great tennis shown at the Australian Open?
In my opinion, the most shocking early exit so far is the fifth seed Juan Martin Del Potro. He squandered a two sets to one lead and fell to Spain’s Roberto Bautista Agut 4-6 6-3 5-7 6-4 7-5 in a match that finished in the early hours of Friday morning in Melbourne.
I thought he should have at least advanced to the quarters because he is one of those dangerous players that could defeat anyone. He possesses such a lethal forehand that could destroy his opponents easily.
Anyway I really did not expect his early exit as I just finished writing an article analyzing Del Potro's forehand. I hope from my analysis, you will understand why he is so dangerous. You can also pick up some tips that can be applied to your tennis forehand.
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I really hope you enjoy reading the analysis of Del Potro's forehand. I look forward to hear your feedback.
In the meantime, let's continue to watch the fabulous tennis from Melbourne.
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