Emma Raducanu ‘s forehands make your favourite ASMR

Why do Emma Raducanu ‘s forehands make for the best ASMR?

1. They can be fast and aggressive.

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Emma’s forehands take a very strong resemblance to the very much popular fast and aggressive videos of the ASMR sensation.

The videos involve creators being more stern and serious in their tone and then variations of pace of speech as they talk to us and it’s honestly a must try, here’s some of the goodness by April M Buckles.

2. They sound slightly different each time.

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They like ASMR are different each time.

Though every serve Emma has is bound to be borderline phenomenal no two serves are the same and they all sound well slightly different, just enough to have you always wondering and listening closely.

3. They’re sometimes followed by a crowd roar.

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The ROARRR of the crowd.

Every few serves whether it be Wimbledon for the US Open or Romania for the Transylvania Open the crowd is bond to cheer behind Emma so loud and ferociously every time see reaches a set point.

This roar is ASMR in and of its own.

4. They are spontaneous.

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Everyone loves a little spontaneity every few goes.

5. They take rhythm.

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Emma really tries to get these to connect every single time ,but it’s not always that she does so she ends up doing other moves and building rhythm towards her forehands at which she becomes almost unstoppable.

6. They’re Emma’s favourite.

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Honestly they’re just Emma’s favourite and she’s made them a signature.

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