Is Rafter Using The Ebh Or Continental Grip In This Video?

IS RAFTER USING EHB OR CONTINENTAL GRIP ON BH VOLLEY IN THIS VIDEO?

  • YES

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • NO

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • SLIGHT EBH

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    0

ask1ed

Semi-Pro
The racquet is lined up with forearm, nice site for volleys. Shows Sampras also. A yes vote is for continental grip. No vote is for ebh.
 
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Deleted member 6835

Guest
hmm, looks continental to me, but im not 100% sure
 

ask1ed

Semi-Pro
By def. the continental lines the rac. up with the forearm, and the ebh places the rac. behind the forearm.
 

Max G.

Legend
What's wrong with this poll wording:

"IS RAFTER USING EHB OR CONTINENTAL GRIP ON BH VOLLEY IN THIS VIDEO?"
1) YES
2) NO

I would say yes, he is using an EHB or Continental grip.
 

arnz

Professional
Max G. said:
What's wrong with this poll wording:

"IS RAFTER USING EHB OR CONTINENTAL GRIP ON BH VOLLEY IN THIS VIDEO?"
1) YES
2) NO

I would say yes, he is using an EHB or Continental grip.
I totally agree with Max g., I say yes, he is using an EHB or Continental grip:mrgreen:
 

Tennismastery

Professional
ask1ed said:
http://www.jericho.ca/tennis/The Backhand Volley.htm

The racquet is lined up with forearm, nice site for volleys. Shows Sampras also. A yes vote is for continental grip. No vote is for ebh.
Please be aware that this article was copied from www.tennisone.com. It does not give credit for the author nor the copywrite owner of it... ME.

If you or someone you know has downloaded this article without permission from TennisOne, please be advised.

I certainly don't mind the use of my articles for discussion, however, I don't like it when someone uses the article on their site and does not recognize the author nor the source.

I'm sure any of you who have spent the time to write published articles and have the background and experience, would appreciate the by-line recognition.
 

D-man

Banned
Tennismastery said:
Please be aware that this article was copied from www.tennisone.com. It does not give credit for the author nor the copywrite owner of it... ME.

If you or someone you know has downloaded this article without permission from TennisOne, please be advised.

I certainly don't mind the use of my articles for discussion, however, I don't like it when someone uses the article on their site and does not recognize the author nor the source.

I'm sure any of you who have spent the time to write published articles and have the background and experience, would appreciate the by-line recognition.
i've noticed a lot of websites steal your stuff... too bad i think tennisone is a great site
 

Cigo

Rookie
It looks like all the pro's in that article use continental grip. This doesn't match with what I have been tough, especially Sampras nad Rafter.
 

ask1ed

Semi-Pro
Tennismastery said:
Please be aware that this article was copied from www.tennisone.com. It does not give credit for the author nor the copywrite owner of it... ME.

If you or someone you know has downloaded this article without permission from TennisOne, please be advised.

I certainly don't mind the use of my articles for discussion, however, I don't like it when someone uses the article on their site and does not recognize the author nor the source.

I'm sure any of you who have spent the time to write published articles and have the background and experience, would appreciate the by-line recognition.
Anyone who clicks on the site goes to the site, and there you are. I just got it from Google, and your name is nowhere on the page, and just that page popped up. I did not cut out your name, someone else did on that page. I would think you would like the link to your site instead of complaining about it. The way the web works, the more links, the higher your rating on google. I can remove the link if you'd like. It's a nice job, and that's why I linked it. But since you *****ed, I'll remove it.

And unless you were charging for it to begin with, there's no such thing as "an illegal download." If you'd like, we can repost it with your name attached, but I did not see your name anywhere on it, nor did you mention your name here in your postings.
 

Tennismastery

Professional
ask1ed said:
Anyone who clicks on the site goes to the site, and there you are. I just got it from Google, and your name is nowhere on the page, and just that page popped up. I would think you would like the link to your site instead of complaining about it. The way the web works, the more links, the higher your rating on google. I can remove the link if you'd like. It's a nice job, and that's why I linked it. But since you *****ed, I'll remove it.
I'm not complaining about who may have found it...my beef is with the person who yanked it from TennisOne, removed all references as to the source and author, and put it on a page that infers authorship (by putting it on a page with the club's watermark on it). And as to it 'linking' to our site, it links to a club in Canada's site...not to tennisone.

I appreciate anyone pulling up my articles (or anyone else's articles from Tennisone) and using them to create discussions. (That's the main reason I write articles and books!) But, I was surprised to see one of my articles pasted on a background of another club and my authorship removed in the process.

Thanks for pulling it up and using it. It doesn't sound like you are the originator of the issue I referred to. But, obviously, someone did!
 
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