You can actually use your keyboard to naviagte the right-click menu.
right click and press W then T.
If you want to customise a keyboard shortcut, you could use something like AutoHotKey
. An example script to do what you want would be like this.
Click, Right, 1
You can use this script by copying it to a text file and saving it as .ahk. With AutoHotKey installed, just double-click to activate.
The first line tells it to run the actions when the F4 is pressed. You can change the key by editing the first line.
The modifier keys are as follows:
# Win (Windows logo key)
& An ampersand may be used between any two keys or mouse buttons to combine them into a custom hotkey.
Where ^C means Control + C
Anything more advanced can be found in the docs. I suggest checking out the tutorial page.