If memory serves, Evert and Connors were the first two, to have two handed backhand slices in the pro era ( both hands stayed on). ( I THINK Borg took one hand off at the last moment on his backhand slice but I rarely saw the stroke) Wilander and Sanchez Vicario were the first two handed backhand players to utilize a conventional one handed slice shot in their repetoire. Wasn't Seles the last major player to keep both hands on her slices? Do any of the two handed players use a two handed slice? The last two women I saw use the forehand slice consistently as opposed to rarely was EVert and Goolagong. As for the men, I can't think of many in the last thirty years except Connors and Mecir even as a change of pace. Where am I wrong/ Is there any role for aan underspin forehand in the men's game and should players even bother to learn it?