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Will Hamilton: Welcome to the Windshield Wiper Forehand progression section of the website. In this section, we're going to teach you how to hit the Windshield Wiper Forehand and the way we're going to do that, is modify how you swing up and follow through, when you hit. So, we're assuming that you've watched the forehand progression section of the website because we're going to build on a lot of the stuff, we talked about in those videos. The thing we're going change, like I said before, is how you swing and how you follow through, but the rest of the mechanics remain the same.
Now as you're going to see the thing with the Windshield Wiper Forehand does is it puts extra top spin on the tennis ball. So, not only it does it make you more consistent, but it actually let's you hit harder in a way because you can be more aggressive and still be confident that the tennis ball is going to be pulled into the court through that extra top spin. So, if you follow the lessons that we've laid out and the subsequent videos, you're going to have a fundamentally sounded, technically sound Windshield Wiper Forehand, and then you're going to be able to take that shot and twig it a little bit and turn it into a really, really affective shot in a big time.