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Old 05-27-2013, 08:55 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by Shroud View Post
Interesting. Maybe that has something to do with it. Has there been a change in the game where we are all hitting more forehands and running around like the pros?

Back in the day I remember starting out often times with the "backhand grip" eastern I think with the idea that I would be ready for the backhand. It was easier to change grips on the forehand than it was for the backhand. This was the first change from the traditional continental ready position.

Maybe that is why I ended up setting up with forehand grips?
What do you mean "maybe"? It's a fact that we hit overwhelmingly more FH than any other stroke. You are blind if you don't see pros positioning themselve to allow them to do that, and if you're a little better with footwork you'll run around your bh and pound a slow shot.
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