^^^Ditto. Keep in mind anticipation is first based on the quality of shot you hit. Your pace, depth, angle, spin, opponent positioning and balance, all factor in what shot he may hit back. Although this may be obvious to many, I have seen this sometimes be news to those struggling with anticipation.
As for setting up your FH. The BH DTL is the right idea. Also, try some of your BH cross courts into the righty FH first. This will allow you to then hit into the open BH side and force him to hit his BH on the run. Your chances then for a weak reply will go up allowing you to then establish your FH.
"i thought those were just a little harmless brown bugs, you know the ones take wings and fly? but it turned to be Flees." Fedace