Two-Handed Vs. One-Handed Backhand

Two-Handed Vs. One-Handed Backhand

Post by Tito E. Gervac » Sun, 05 Dec 1993 08:55:50


     As most posters have said already, it does  not  matter
whether you use a two-handed or one-handed backhand.

     I started with two-handed backhand, but later  switched
to   one-handed   because   I   wanted   more   versatility,
maneuverability  and  quickness  at  the net.  This does not
imply, of course, that I could not get the same  when  using
two-handed  backhand.   It's just that I am more comfortable
and at ease with the one-hander.

     If your mechanics are correct, and  the  timing's  near
perfect, then either method will bring you good results.

-TEG

 
 
 

Two-Handed Vs. One-Handed Backhand

Post by Tito E. Gervac » Sun, 05 Dec 1993 09:00:52

     Let me add to my posting on the backhand.  More  really
on  clarifying  about versatility, maneuverability.  Yes, on
the net, I need them.  Likewise, same will be  true  on  the
baseline groundstroke, or approaches to the net, or backhand
overhead.  So with producing a drop shot.

     Again,  it  does  really  matter  whether  you  use   a
two-hander or a one-hander.  Whatever suits you, and at ease
with.   With  the  proper  mechanics.   That's the important
point.

-TEG