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Old 01-17-2013, 01:31 PM   #9
julian
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Default A good thread

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Originally Posted by 10isfreak View Post
I'd like to discuss a few issues on the one handed backhand.

Firstly, what sort of take back would be ideal? What pro players seem to have a take back which is easily emulated, which one is a good model for this?

Secondly, is the one handed backhand fit for the modern game? At the pro level, for men or women and for amateurs in general.

Thirdly, whose one handed backhand is the best on the tour? This seems silly to some, but it could be measured... here, the best means, that over infinitely many rallies in all possible conditions, the best backhand would earn the most point out of them all.
There is a decent RECENT thread about 1 handed backhand by Ash Smith.
One has to find it
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