A curious note, when Evert was doing commentary on a Seles match, she was asked by Collins which side of Seles games was most dangerous. She found the backhand was better,because it could do just about everything the forehand could in power, angle etc, but had more variety in spin, pace etc. She was more likely to throw her heavy topspin, her underspin and dropshot off that wing as well as drive it mercilessly like a cannonball. the reason I pick Evert's twohander over Seles, is that it has been proven more effective on grass, or less of a liability than other two handers vs heavy slice and S/V tactics. Seles just did not have enough experience handling the surface or the quality and variety of S/V games. Anyone care to guess where Billie jean King or Margaret Court would send their underspin approaches if playing Monica? All Monica has to do is dig it out of the torn up dirt down the center or on either sideline, lift it up and over,generate pace and angle, and keep it in the court and out of their racket reach time and time and time. The tough part for her groundstrokes, is bending down and digging it out and lifting it over. Personally, I think King would approach down the center. But at least with those two you might ascertain a strategy and anticipate on a big point, with Evonne or Hana, good luck! Evert did not just pass one great grass courter at Wimbledon or Kooyung, Newport, or Eastbourne, with that backhand. Her grass resume is almost more impressive than clay or hard. Passing well is not just about generating power and being steady.