Searched but didn't find much, if anyone has links, they would be appreciated. Anyways, I have stuck with my 1hbh and it is getting there. I am taking a private a week this summer, so that will help a lot. I am going to play quite a few clay(har-tru)tournaments this summer but I need to get my 1hbh down or atleast not such a big liability like it is now. I played against my typical hitting partner on hartru and my forehand was better then it ever has been but my 1hbh was brutal. If he hit short and it didn't jump much, I was fine. When he put more topspin and it landed deep it was trouble. I was trying to just take it early, but that tends to be very difficult with a 1hbh. It was really my only option though. Lets say I was far on my forehand and had to run to my bh side so I couldn't take it early, my only option was basically to slice it, but then when I did that he tore it apart. Anyone have any suggestions on this? Really looking for an approach to this. It was very frustrating. Just because on the clay I tend to stay farther behind the baseline and can really hit my forehand hard, but when I am far back, the backhand just can't work good from that deep so I get out of my comfort zone.