Okay here's the situation. Wednesday morning, got out of bed half asleep, walked down the stairs, tripped and injured my right wrist... hyperextended it or something. Been hitting one handers past three days because hurts to hit a two hander as of now. Found out I am using a hybrid grip between eastern bh and extreme eastern backhand. First when I hit on Wednesday, trouble keeping the ball in play and hitting topspin first 30 minutes. Then I could keep the ball in play without resorting to the slice for 2-3 times in a row with reasonable pace and spin. My slice is already perfect and when I was hitting today I could hit a topspin backhand with more spin than my normal two hander meaning more margin for error but with less pace also resulting to more margin for error. I had once tried to switch to a one hander about 3 months ago but found that two hands was better for me. Now that I'm much stronger, footwork is better, and I can anticipate where the ball is I can hit a 4.0 level one handed backhand right now even though I have only been using it for 3 days but my two handed backhand was probably around the 4.5 level. Never have I felt so comfortable with a completely new shot. On Wednesday I hit for 2 hours with my dad and 2 hours with the wall. On Thursday I hit 1 hour with the coach, and 1.5 hours with my dad. Today, I played a match against a friend and won 5-7 6-2 and 10-2 in the super tiebreak. In the first set I hit probably 10 backhand errors and 2 winners. However in the next set and tiebreaker, I think I hit somewhere around 6 errors and 8 winners from the backhand side. My wrist probably will be better for my tournament match tomarrow, but I haven't used a two hander in a while, so should I just stick with the one hander? P.S. When my coach looked at my new backhand he said that I had perfect footwork and preparation and I wasn't late on any of the shots even when he threw a heavy ball at me. He also said that I should stick to the two hander because he believes that two hands are better than one for handling heavy pace and spin.