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Old 04-07-2008, 08:14 PM   #15
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Default Re: Two-handed V One-handed Backhand

i use a one-handed backhand, i love it. it's way more solid than my forehand, though a little less powerful. right now i'm working on generating more topspin with it because it's really difficult for me, i usually hit really flat backhands when the ball is low, and if it's high i'll slice it back. i think that the two handed backhand feels really awkward. i also think that the one-handed is better because it's more subtle whether you're going to slice or hit with topspin, seeing as you use one hand either way, when most players that use two hands for topspin still use one for slice.
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