Honestly? I am currently (and slowly) switching to a 2-hand backhand, and the primary reason is I have poor footwork and I'm getting slower every year. I know you still need good footwork with 2-hands, but so far I find it easier to get myself out of trouble with 2-hands in many situations. And I'm not talking about just shoveling the ball on the other side, I can hit some clean 2-handers already, working on more consistency. During practice I have a sublime one-hander. Relaxed yet penetrating, rolling over the ball for natural topspin, hitting down the line as well as cross court with ease... But it's because I get most balls around the same spot and it's easier to get into my rythm. As soon as it is game time, I get balls every here and there, short, long, in my feet, etc. And I'm never well positioned and can't find the time to take a proper backswing and plant my feet where they should be for a clean stroke. Plus I like the idea of hitting some backhands with an open stance, it seems ''simpler''. I'm what I call a low-end 4.5 recreational player, playing in a league of 4.0- 4.5.