Takes too long to switch hands. But there's a guy who has tried itI've always wondered if there'd be an advantage for a truly ambidextrous player who only played with RH Forehand, and LH Forehand, and never hit a backhand. Anyone think that'd be an advantage over players that have to hit backhands?
Currently there is a kid in juniors who plays like this as well, we had a thread about him a while back. Personally don't think it will work out if you really want to make it big (let's say top 100)Takes too long to switch hands. But there's a guy who has tried it
Doublehanded forehand is by far the most stable option, it's like having two backhands (haven't seen doublehanded forehand/onehanded backhand combo). Closest I've seen in top 100 tennis for a onehanded/doublehanded backhand hybrid is Tsonga I think and he still almost never hits it onehanded. It just doesn't make sense to train both instead of focusing on one