Craig O’Shannessey “Roland Garros: Rafael Nadal’s Formidable Forehand”

"Is there anything more fearsome in the sport of tennis than Rafael Nadal’s forehand on Court Philippe Chatrier in Paris? Rafa has won a head-turning 12 Roland Garros titles, with this singular shot carrying him to victory more than any other. Enjoy the forehand breakdown below – in 12 frames."

Written by: Craig O’Shannessy

Strategy coach for Wimbledon, ATP, Italian Federation & NY Times. “My family of 4 are lefties!”


Roland Garros: Rafael Nadal’s Formidable Forehand

11:24 am, Tuesday, June 6, 2017
Court Philippe Chatrier (Warm-Up)

All the best,

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