Anyone else experiment with hitting strokes with the non-dominant hand? I'm a 4.5 righty, with a western grip forehand and semiwestern/continental 2hbh. I was first inspired to try hitting lefty semwestern forehands to improve my backhand, after watch some good (nationally ranked) juniors doing similar drills. After a while I found myself able to out-rally low 3.5 with my left hand. Further inspired, I started trying to teach myself a lefty one-handed backhand (partly with the idea that I wanted to learn a new stroke from scratch in case I wanted to teach a complete beginner - then I'd have a fresh memory of how uncoordinated it feels in the beginning). As I started developing a "moon ball" left 1hbh. In order to complete my education I started practicing slice/topspin lefty serves as well. I'm fairly confident that I could probably at least stay close with recreational (eg. not competitve USTA ranked) 3.5 players. Throughout my "lefty" education, I've found that learning the opposite hand is teaching me things that I should do with my right hand. 3 simple examples: 1) in struggling to hit a leftly slice serve, I was able to make some slight adjustments in my right slice serve to get the ball to "break" more. 2) hitting my left forehand is directly helping me hit a better right 2hbh. 3) struggling to hit a consistent lefty 1hbh "moonball" has reemphasized that I need to really lift the ball on all my groundstrokes. Anybody have similar experiences or comments?