Originally Posted by hoodjem
Yes, Edberg's and Laver's backhands were two of the best.
Also, Lendl's topspin and Rosewall's slice, skidder backhand.
Here you go:
The weak never apologize, because they perceive it as a sign of weakness. The strong easily apologize because it is a sign of their strength.
Last edited by hoodjem; 12-28-2009 at 03:03 PM.