Anyone trying to use combine backhand(two+one handed)? Some shots play two-handed(etc high bounced balls or low speed balls) and others one-handed(passing shots,lobs,deep low bounced balls).
Well that is an uncommon way to vary the two. I mean many two-handed backhand pros use one handed backhands for slice/drop shot/volleys/backhand smash only. Other than that, they use the two-handed backhand for everything else, topspin backhand, flat backhand, drive-volley backhand, etc.
The way you mention is counterproductive I would say which is why you don't see this in college or professional players. Of course you may not be a really serious player, but developing one way to hit is the best way to go really.