I don't know, your wrist could get awfully cramped, depending on how... talented you are.basically, there is no right answer. a big head wont make your one hander any worse than a smaller headed racket. focus on finding a racket that feels the best for you and is the easiest to swing.
It seems to me that having "enough" heft in the racquet allows it to plow through the ball well with a one-hander, but what's enough for one player or another will certainly vary. Whenever I've sampled lighter frames in recent history, I noticed that my one-hander was the most drastically affected shot.what about the weight and the 1hbh? is it possible a greater static/swing weight would help with the 1hbh?
This is my dilemma. I have an m-fil 300 (98") and my 1 hand backhand is so smooth with it. But I demoed my brother's areogel 4d 500 (100") yesterday and my forehand is a lot better with his racket with so much more spin. Don't know if I should stick with my racket or go bigger?I hit my best one handed backhands with 95 or smaller. I hit my best forhands with an OS so I go in between and use 100 sq in most of the time.
movdqa, to be honest I'm more comfortable hitting forehands than backhands as I tend to hit more winners off of them. I also tend to run around my backhands a lot often. I'm not a competitive player, just casual.Do you hit more forehands or backhands? Some players work pretty hard to be able to run around their backhands while some like to hit lots of them.
One empirical approach would be to try out the other for a few months and then determine which you win more matches with. I wouldn't think that there's much difference between a 98 and 100.