When you can anticipate your opponents moves before they happen, you are in control of the match. There are many other aspects you must own on the court and that is taking advantage of your offnsive shots and moving into a ore offensive court position, while your opponent backs up in a more defensive position.
When you attack with your forehand and get your opponent scrambling, that is a dominant position to be in.
I teach this positioning in kids and adult lessons, and all my group lessons too.
My book with be out in early July .it will teach the basic shots and have a lot of tips and additional info.for a low price(less than $18)
I will be selling it on this site.
uspta certified 20 year coach
former #1 player of UMASS