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Old 10-15-2013, 06:16 PM   #3
Frank Silbermann
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Originally Posted by fruitytennis1 View Post
I have a decent lefty forehand, but it really isn't viable(personally) to switch from the right hand on the buttcap to the left. I'm quite impressed with the guy in the 2nd vid..much much harder than it looks
Well, he's doing it, so clearly it can be done. And switching the racket quickly is something you can practice anytime, any place. But if you don't think you can do it, that's still no excuse now that you can buy two-handled rackets from www.naturalTennis.com

It ls clear from Nadal that you can develop a GREAT single-handed forehand using your weak hand. Despite the fact that MANY players try to develop a great two-handed backhand I can't think of anyone playing today who has succeeded.

So clearly the right decision is to go for two single-handed forehands.
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