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Old 02-19-2013, 03:40 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Hops View Post
I'm doing a scrub/update of my player database and one of the fields added is whether said player had 1H or 2H backhand. ATP site is no help here, so the search is usually:

Wikipedia or ITF player page - good for recent players, less so farther back
Player image/video evidence - Google, Youtube, etc.
Web archives, player news/magazine articles

and if still no luck ... well that's why I'm here, hope this group can help out. I'll be posting intermittently in player batches of 20, and need assignment in one of three categories: 1H, 2H, or 2H with 2H forehand (e.g. Santoro, Gambill). I suppose there is fourth choice - 1H BH with 2H FH - but haven't run across any examples.
and in which of those 4 categories would you place such a player ?
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I have no idea why I remember this, but Evgenia Koulikovskaya was a former WTA pro with two one-handed forehands on both sides. Interesting to watch, but she never had any success on tour.

Here's an article of having the "no backhand" curse:

http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2003/...177731909.html
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