Are you really not following? Go grab a racquet. Hold it with a Western FH grip. Take an air-swing. Follow-thru onto your BH side. Catch with your other hand. SLIGHTLY change your grip to a topspin-BH grip of your choice, hit with the same side of the racquet. For me, it's maybe a 10 degree change, without doubt the most efficient change possible. So before you LOL & emoticon yourself into a vacuum about it taking forever, maybe understand what's going on. There's no stressful angles, no spinning racquets 180 degrees, none of that. Fast, efficient. The only time I wouldn't do such a change is if i were changing to a conti grip to volley or similar... So everything must be taught by a teaching pro, based on current thinking? Great to see you're open to learning and innovation. I'm with JR, if I see a student with good stroke mechanics, who is changing grip efficiently and effectively, I couldn't give a toss which side of the racquet they hit the ball with. You keep worrying about how you look when playing, I'll keep playing to win. Are you so blinded by your own reflection that you can't see that the below in red - your quote that I was replying to - is speculation? Nope. You got me there, players who have been dominant number 1's, dominant clay players, etc etc - some of the better players in the last 20 years - haven't won Wimbledon because their style didn't look pretty. Who cares. You'd probably give your left *pick a bodypart* to have had 10% of the tennis career of either of those three players. Your ability to generalise is something to be admired. Your ability to form wonderful arguments based on generalisation and speculation is deplorable. You're saying - of the X-thousand coaches in the USPTA, no-one would teach this grip change? You're dreaming again. There are people in the USPTA who are no doubt criminals, pedophiles, transgendered, hell, probably some scrunchers who never fold. Some pretty small subsets of the population there, and yet you can't imagine some saying to a student: try changing it this way, it works quite well?