>I would like to know which one is preferred, and which one is better in
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> Neither is better, each has certain advantages and disadvantages. You need to
> try both of them out for yourself.
> If you are just starting to play , try the 2 hander first, will give you a bit
> more control which in turn a little bit of confidence will grow. Then try the
> 1 hander. Remember to try all scenarios, running, short balls etc,...so you
> can see how you control the racquet. Then make the decision. I personally use
> both, more of a 1handed backhand slice for me.
>> I would like to know which one is preferred, and which one is better in
>> your oppinion.
> I don't think there's any question you give up a few inches with a two
> hander, so you have to be quick enough to get to balls...but it seems that
> if you can master the topspin one-hander, it would be the better stroke.
> Just so few players, especially the women, can consistently hit a one-hand
> topspin backhand.
This discussion reminds me of the penholder vs shake-hands debate in