Yes, and just letting you know that I use a Wilson K-Factor. I was born left handed, but then my parents trained me to be a righty from a very early age on, so I am a righty at tennis, how I often wished I was a southpaw.
Brace yourself for quite a long read SR. I have quite a history of copying different strokes from different tennis pros.
Up until 2005, I used a 2 handed backhand, but it was alright for me because I was still kind of short (5' 6.5"), and did not have good reach, so I needed 2 hands on the racquet for the backhand to defend. It had a natural feel about it for me.
Then I started growing real quickly, good lord, now I am 5' 11.5", then using a 2 handed backhand was just really awkward and uncomfortable, so I practiced for hours using 1 handed backhand, finally, after so much practice and persistence, it all started clicking.
I first started to copy Federer's one handed topspin backhand since 2006, and I admit I have a lot of success with that shot ever since then. Most people I play against said it is like a carbon copy, but of course, I am sure Federer gets much more rpm's than what I do.
Same goes with the sliced backhand, opponents tell me after the match that once it hits the ground, it just dips away really quickly and they have difficulty in picking up the shot.
Forehand- depends on the ball I get, opponents tell me when it bounces between chest and shoulder high, it is like a righty's Nadal forehand, but if it is below chest height, then I hit the forehand like Agassi.
Net game- I love watching Andy Murray up at net, he has great feel, too bad he does not come in more often, so I have tried to copy his style, but nah it's not really working out
Serve- trying to copy Del Potro/Murray service actions, need to watch more of their matches