well at leasthe's tryin to change something to improve on his not so spectacular recent form
From the Delray Beach website -
In the match, Gambill used a one-handed forehand for the first time in his career. He's been practicing with it for about a week and a half. "I'm trying to change a few things in my game," he said. "Using the one-handed forehand is a large step for me. A step that really could bring my game to a new height. I fought very well tonight. Made very few errors."
although i am a bit sad that this means that Raemon Sluiter is really the only double hander on both sides of note now. Thats how i play so its a shame i only have one player to look up to now