Yes, I am the odd duck who hits a one-hand backhand with a two-hand forehand. Here's why: Forty plus years ago I played one-handed on both sides and used a continental grip on both sides. That way I never had to change my grip for any stroke, be it a drive, volley, serve, or overhead. Trouble was I could never develop sufficient topspin on the forehand side and my wrist was not strong enough to provide sufficient control on forehands hit down the line. Because the continental grip is ideal for the backhand and because I received excellent instruction, my one-hand backhand became a very effective shot, so much so that my opponents started hitting to my forehand because it was so dismal. A shoulder injury from a fall on the tennis court three years ago created problems with adduction of my right arm which forced me to go to a two-hand forehand. I could not be happier with the result: more power, more topspin, and more directional control on that side now. Because the adduction motion of the right arm was not affected, I have retained my one-hand backhand.