I think it's a shame that the one-handed backhand is getting more and more rare on the tour. It's much harder to learn properly than a two-hander, obviously, but the upside is definitely worth it. The one-hander offers longer lever, which not only results in longer reach, but also in more potential power (simply physics here - I hope this is obvious). Also, the muscles responsible for accelerating a one-hander are stronger than those responsible for accelerating a two-hander resulting in more potential power yet again. Also, the one-hander allows for greater freedom of movement, allowing for greater variation in spins. The downside, obviously, is that the one-hander is less stable than the two-hander, but this goes for one-handed and two-handed forehands too, yet two-handed forehands are virtually non-existent, because giving up some stability for a stroke with greater potential definitely is worth it. I don't know what I'm trying to say, really. Just hoping to clear a few things up to people who think that the two-hander is the stroke with the higher potential as well as moan about the present state of the tour a little.