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Old 12-24-2012, 06:50 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Dragan View Post
Since bevel 1 is the same thing as bevel 5, it makes more sense that western grip is refered as bevel 1 (west = left from continental, east = right from continental, as in geography).
Where did you learn this? Got a link to the book or article? Bevel 1 is not the same as 5. Only 1 refers to the part of the grip facing the sky. Only 5 describes the part of the grip facing the ground.

If what uou prescribe were true, you could describe a Western forehand and hit it with the BACK of the palm facing the opponent durning contact with the ball!
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