Re: Have a question about two-handed backhand?
As far as I'm concerned it should be the left arm. Try to practice more with the two-handed backhand with the left arm as the dominant one, maybe care more about the weight transmission between the left and right leg in order to gain a little bit of more pace (if you didn't do it before, of course). There are some videos on Youtube done by coachews that are interesting, just type in Youtube "two-handed backhand" adding maybe the words "grip" or "wrist" if you don't find a properly video.
__________________Rafael Nadal: The King of Clay. The Warrior. The Mental Giant.
Kenny de Schepper fact of the month (January 2015): never lost a match against the Big 4 (Federer, Nadal, Djokovic and Murray), something that can't be told by none of the TOP 30 players of the year-end 2014 ATP rankings.
"Matches are won and lost so many times in the locker room. Guys get in their mind how strong he is the warm-ups and that they will have to endure four hours of that to beat him: they are beaten even before they step on court. But that's why I like him. He basically says you are going to have to kill me to beat me." Lleyton Hewitt about Rafael Nadal
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