Mylan WTT HotShots: Sam Groth's Around-The-Net Forehand

by: Mylan WTT | July 16, 2013

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The big-serving Samuel Groth showed off his retrieving skills to track a forehand pick-up around the net against the New York Sportimes (Photo: Karen Draymore).

The Philadelphia Freedoms' Samuel Groth has made a name for himself with his booming serve; the Aussie is in the record books after hitting a 164 M.P.H. serve at an ATP Challenger event in Busan. Last night against the New York Sportimes, however, Groth showed his prowess around the net, and his scrambling ability that let him make this stellar forehand around the net.

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Video: New York Sportimes

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