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post #16 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-17-2008, 01:31 AM
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Re: Which Hand?

"I don't agree with you there. Would you say Carlos Moya's serve has never been a weapon?"

Thats why I serve righthanded and hit groundstrokes lefty. I get a ton more power on serve
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"I don't agree with you there. Would you say Carlos Moya's serve has never been a weapon?"

Thats why I serve righthanded and hit groundstrokes lefty. I get a ton more power on serve
Hello there! THis is a very interesting topic.
Normally nobody will use both hands while playing tennis because about how many ppl in the world are both-handers? Every 1-1000? 1-10000? Who knows? But of those few both-handers, how many of them actually play tennis. Maybe in the US it would be more likely but in other countries where the sport isn't as prevailing it's as good as impossible to find a both-hander playing tennis.
NOw, I play both hands, but i'm a natural righty.
Obviously my left's serve isn't as powerful so I rely on my right hand for serving.

On the topic about Nadal's serve, it maybe right that it isn't such a powerful weapon as for getting aces, but the man serve's BIG and consistent, if it weren't that way he wouldn't have reached #1 spot.
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Re: Which Hand?

Bull-shit.

Nadull's serve is weak and ridiculous.

Rios was #1 and he had a weak as shit serve.
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Re: Which Hand?

Anyway, back on topic. To keep you informed Fred now plays Tennis left handed all the time and is getting on fine with that hand. He still kicks a ball best with his right foot, so he is the opposite of me in fact.

Thanks for the tips. This is his latest TT vid for anyone who is interested. http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=yvKrd4TFs38
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