Here's a topical question:
Are 1-handers more prone to choking? It would make sense, seeing how the 1hbh is a bigger, faster, more free-flowing stroke. Any bit of tightness could have pronounced effects.
Originally Posted by Relinquis
4 out of the round of 16 at the Australian Open are single-handed backhanders. How does that compare to the general percentage on tour or in the top 100?
I think 20% of the top 100 have a 1hbh, so that's about representative.