One Handed Backhanders in the Top Twenty

02-26-2007, 12:07 AM
Hey All,

Speaking of Haas and A-Rod, I would have loved to have seen it. They showed the women's final from Memphis last night but not the men's today. What in the 'ell? WITH?

Anyway - with the improvement of James and Tommy - both Tommys btw - and of course w/Federer being the leader of the pack as it pertains to the one handed backhand - does anyone feel like me, that if one were to gage the advance of players making strides to the top ten/twenty - the ones w/the one hander are in the lead?

I find it an amazing shot, and I love it. There is something to be said for the two handers also, but...................

Out of the top ten - we have:

1. Fed
2. Gonzo
3. Blake
4. Lubi
5. Robredo
6. Haas

And then gaining, we have Gasquet, Youzhny and so on.

Am I imagining things or will the parity stay the same. Some toppers will have the one handed and some will have the two?

Any validity here - or have I been drinking too much wine this evening?:angel: