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Old 02-01-2013, 08:46 AM   #48
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Originally Posted by Gonzalito17 View Post
An interesting innovation for sure. But let me ask, did this all or partly arise because of an unfixably poor backhand?
If you read the third paragraph in post #17 above by the professor, he claims using your off arm to hit a forehand will improve your ability to hit a one-handed backhand with your dominant arm. I don't see (and he doesn't explain) how developing a particular skill with one arm is going to translate to improving a different skill with the other but then again I don't see a lot of benefit to two racquet tennis in the first place. I guess the proof is in the pudding so to speak and that the professor must have one hella one-handed backhand by now after all the two racquet playing he's done. Maybe he'll put up a video demonstrating his killer OHBH.
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