Discussion in 'Racquets' started by bluetrain4, Apr 12, 2007.
i use both 2 hands and 1 depends on occasion
but its weird, i typically use 1 hand when using a midsize racquet but whne playing hard hitters, ill use 2 for stability
guess i have the same Query
with a small head and (probably very heavy) racket, i like to use 1 hand. with lighter one, i prefer to use 2H (although i am not good at it)
or just 1 H slice.
Balance is another factor. small head is usually very HL, suitable for 1 H, i guess
2HBH, PC600 user.
I use 2 with all my Mid's (85-93)
Count me in, too.
Kind of weird you should mention it, I think my 93 in racquet is working out really well for my 1hbh.
Safin uses 2hbh quite well with his racquet. I don't see why not.
I 2HBH with my kfactor 90. i like it alot
2hbh with my POGs!
I use my 2HBH on my all rackets on my Sig.
I have a full Western FH too! I know...I am a rebel and I'll never be any good.
i couldn't find the ball with 2H today returning serve, with a 95".
One hand is much more flexible !
and i imagine using 2H for T90 series is ...
But 2H with Prestige mid seems no natural
Don't ask me WHY
Come'n beat me up :grin:
I just noticed that your Asian K90 is lighter than your Asian nCode 90 in your sig. Are these stock weights or do you have lead only on the Asian nCode 90? I thought both the Asian K90 and the Asian nCode 90 were supposed to be the same exact weight (320g, 11.3 oz. unstrung)? And didn't you tell me once that your Asian K90 actually swings heavier than your Asian nCode 90? If so, interesting as it's 0.3 oz. lighter and I thought the K90 was supposed to be more headlight and swing easier than the nCode 90 even when they're the same static weight.
I have a 2HBH and usually use 90 sq. inch racquets.
-Yonex RDS001 Mid
-Prince Series Pro 90
2hbh with lm prestige mid and tour 90 and n90. Also western grip.
Im a weird kid I guess...
Me, Diablo Tour. Then again, some two-hander I am, serve-and-volleying like I do.
2 HBH on the PS85.
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