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altawolfe 02-20-2004 05:27 PM

The technical reasons for a faster swing on the backhand(?)
 
When hitting a twohander is it advantageous to take a fuller cut.
Feel free to explain the general relationship, if any, between head speed and successful execution (for this stroke).

corbind 10-29-2012 09:04 PM

From 8 years ago:

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Amazing nobody knows the answer...

treblings 10-29-2012 11:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by corbind (Post 6983016)
Amazing nobody knows the answer...

iīm not sure i even understand the question:)
what is he/she asking? whether it is better to hit harder?
too bad he/she isnīt around anymore to explain

vil 10-29-2012 11:18 PM

OP is probably playing golf by now since after 1200 views and no answer he didn't bother clarifying his question. I don't know how about you but I struggle to understand what he's asking for. Am I alone?..........nope:)

Mongolmike 10-30-2012 05:44 AM

I thought this was common knowledge.... the OP asked one of the 3 questions that will automatically get you banned here on TW forum. Even answering one of the 3 forbidden questions will get you a 3 day vacation from the site. Do NOT answer the question. And do not ask what the other 2 forbidden questions are... it will get you banned. Do not risk it.

treblings 10-30-2012 06:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mongolmike (Post 6983501)
I thought this was common knowledge.... the OP asked one of the 3 questions that will automatically get you banned here on TW forum. Even answering one of the 3 forbidden questions will get you a 3 day vacation from the site. Do NOT answer the question. And do not ask what the other 2 forbidden questions are... it will get you banned. Do not risk it.

nice:):):)

a three day vacation from the site would probably be a good thing.
let me think about it
in the meantime, what are the other two questions?

Mongolmike 10-30-2012 07:33 AM

http://youtu.be/y2R3FvS4xr4

user92626 10-30-2012 08:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mongolmike (Post 6983501)
I thought this was common knowledge.... the OP asked one of the 3 questions that will automatically get you banned here on TW forum. Even answering one of the 3 forbidden questions will get you a 3 day vacation from the site. Do NOT answer the question. And do not ask what the other 2 forbidden questions are... it will get you banned. Do not risk it.

Hehe
Where's the Like button? :)

I was actually hoping that Toly would come in with all the graphs and numbers to explain the relationship.

AnotherTennisProdigy 10-30-2012 09:34 AM

I wonder if he still plays tennis.

LeeD 10-30-2012 12:01 PM

Does Corbind know the answer? Or is he searching old threads?
My take... since most 2hbh's are lefty forehands, the leverage is less, so natural swing speed is slower, but you have more control with both hands and the use of the torso twist, so you don't need to swing FASTER, you just hit the ball more solid, less brushing, using a cross between modern lefty forehand and older school closed or neutral stances.

rufus_smith 10-30-2012 01:37 PM

Its a matter of opinion, isn't it?. My wife prefers to use fuller two-handed strokes but I prefer her to use greater head speed and ball brushing for the most successful execution.

sundaypunch 10-30-2012 01:50 PM

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Originally Posted by vil (Post 6983135)
OP is probably playing golf by now since after 1200 views and no answer he didn't bother clarifying his question. I don't know how about you but I struggle to understand what he's asking for. Am I alone?..........nope:)

1200 views with no answers was the beginning of his downward spiral. The rejection led to a bad attitude, getting banned here, depression, meth addiction, crime and finally jail.

Someone could have at least told him to do a search.............


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