I have only seen bits and pieces of his matches but I couldn't help but noticed that he sliced virtually all his forehands. Doesn't it kind of defeat the purpose of using the 2handed forehand? IMHO, the only merit of the 2handed forehand is ripping sharp-angled topspin or flat offensive shots from the baseline (aka Monica Seles.) Santoro certainly has the ability to do so with his 2handed backhand but somehow he chooses not to do so with his forehand and slices with it instead. First of all, slicing is not what the 2handed shot (back or forehand) is designed for by nature. It is like the serve, yeah, maybe you can do it with 2 hands but it is hard to imagine you can do it BETTER with 2hands. It is the mechanic involves that precludes using 2 hands from being better than using one. OK, lets just say Mr. Santoro really does slice better with 2 hands but still why not use the 2handed forehand for what it does best, ripping sharp-angled winners from the baseline. Santoro has sacrificed his already limited reach to hit the 2handed forehand and it is a shame not to make the best use of it.