Hi all. I know there's been a lot of posts like this lately, but I hope this one will help address my particular case. I'm having trouble waffling between a one hander and a two hander. I actually have the fundamentals of both pretty much down; my problem is that I can't make up my mind to stick with one. It's setting me back because it makes my backhand a lot weaker than my forehand, and I slice back a lot in matches. At my current level, that's holding up okay, but not for long, I'm sure (I have a good slice for my level- low, skidding, consistent, not a floater). So here's my game plan, founded on three principles. I keep things simple- simple strokes, straightforward footwork. I work on my conditioning. Finally, I attack the conditioning of my opponent. By conditioning, I mean mental and physical. Sometimes, I'll serve and volley. Others, I'll stay back at or slightly inside the baseline and direct points. If my opponent tries to move me around, no problem- that's why I work on my own conditioning. I'll just hit some safe angles and force him to move as well. My one hander is more of a flatter stroke than my two hander, which has better disguise as well. But my one hander is also faster and more versatile- I can generate angles easier. I hit more on the flatter side, but with plenty of topspin to keep the ball in the court- just not junkball-like. My balls land closer to the baseline than the service line due to having less topspin than my contemporaries, whose balls land just past or halfway between the service line and the baseline. So what do you think I should do?