Hall of Fame
It’s not “better”. It’s just more reliable. The forehand is the one that does the damage but it’s prone to go off. If Graf is my inspiration on the BH than my FH is inspired by Robby Ginepri. It’s really good when it’s on but when it’s off it’s ugly. Bottom line is I’m comfortable rallying on either side until I get my moment to attack. In the past I was impatient and gave away too many points going for winners or rushing the net.Never met a player at my level whose backhand is better than my forehand
Given enough time and pressure, they all break down
But yes. Almost everyone’s BH will breakdown if attacked consistently. It’s the nature of the game. Thequestion is do you have the consistency to do while also avoiding your opponents strength? My BH is good but if my FH really disappears that day (which it does do) I’m probably not going to win.