I know that the topic of the best racquet for a one-handed backhand has been discussed numerous times on this forum, but one area that does not seem to have been addressed as far as I can tell, yet I think is relevant, is how string bed density affects the one-handed backhand. I won’t reference string “patterns” here, since there are some 18x20 patterns that can have about the same density as some 16x19s. In general, though, is a tighter, denser string bed better for the one-handed backhand (i.e., better control and accuracy), or is a somewhat less dense string bed more desirable (i.e., better net clearance and more pop on your shot). Or, on the other hand, maybe string bed density really doesn’t matter at all and it just comes down to personal preference. I am very close to pulling the trigger on a 95 square inch 18x20 racquet (not too dense) but am a little concerned that it may not be the best match for my one-handed backhand. Love you hear your thoughts.