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Old 02-14-2013, 12:50 AM   #7
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Default Re: Have a question about two-handed backhand?

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Originally Posted by Super Djoker View Post
You could allways try getting the same amount of power from both. In general I think most people would say the power comes from your non playing arm . If your going for lots of topspin , you need both pretty much equally . From how a coach taught me , you need to focus on turning your body as you hit it.
^^^^ Stepping into your stroke and rotating your body.
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