Re: Players With Better Backhands than Forehands
I think there are many pleyers who have a great backhand and a mediocre forehand.
But players with better backhands than forehands are not common.
An example would be clay courters Carlos Costa (retired) or Gaudio nowdays for whom the forehand is just a rally shot, and they hit deep angles and winners with the backhand.
Kafelnikov, even if he had a great backhand, he would hit most of his winners with his forehand.
I miss: Ivan Lendl, Korda, Novak, Bruguera, Rios, Kucera, Courier, Mantilla, Costa, Santoro and Ferreira.
Good luck to:
Gaudio, Murray, Florian Mayer, Chela, Nalbandian, Radek Stepanek, Volandri, Youzhny and Verdasco.
NICOLAS ALMAGRO IS AN EXOTIC BEAUTY