I'm a long-time tennis player and my preferred backhand is 2-handed with topspin. I have taught myself to hit 1 handed defensive shots and to slice the ball by moving my contact point more in line with my front shoulder and letting go with the non-dominant hand during the swing. However, my slice is really more of a chip or a push, and recently I decided I would try to learn a proper 1 handed offensive slice. I am working with a pro who is an excellent instructor and also has a wicked 1hb. However, even after 4 sessions I cannot use a 1h slice in real rallies. The problem is that the setup is completely different than a 2hb; it is really unnatural for me to turn my back to the ball and end up sideways. By the time I think about how to get to that position, it is too late. Also using the rear of my dominant-side shoulder as the power source for my swing feels weak and unnatural; with 2hb it is the pectoral and shoulder of the non-dominant hand that powers the contact and the dominant hand just helps to guide. Should I continue to try to learn the proper 1hb backhand technique? Is there a modification of the 2hb technique that might come more naturally to me?