Two Handed Serve

tennishabit

Hall of Fame
is dat a babo pd rkt:?))) my favorite..............i know where to get my next babo:love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love:.....................

tbh, it might just be a temp patch up to continue playing due to domi arm/shoulder/wrist pain, but if dat's the case he really should have a few mths rest nevertheless dat's creative n hilarious:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D....................
 
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Dan R

Semi-Pro
Can you imagine how good his serve would be if he directed the skill it took to do this into a normal serve?

That looks extremely difficult to do (in addition to looking absurd).
 

zaph

Semi-Pro
Strange at it may seem, at club level he could have an advantage. Club players hate unorthodox shots, coaches hit nice clean conventional balls and they get groved against those. They can't handle anything which has a weird spin, trajectory that they are not use to. Like some bizarre double handed serve.
 

Goof

Semi-Pro
I should have tried that one season. I had a stress fracture in my hitting hand and played through it for half a high school season. On really bad days, I played left handed and probably could have won a couple matches lefty if I could have served. Never thought of trying a two-handed serve.
 

Fairhit

Semi-Pro
Strange at it may seem, at club level he could have an advantage. Club players hate unorthodox shots, coaches hit nice clean conventional balls and they get groved against those. They can't handle anything which has a weird spin, trajectory that they are not use to. Like some bizarre double handed serve.
What would be the advantage? I don't see how that serve could have any weird spin, what effect can have in the trayectory of the ball to grab the racquet with both hands? All I can think of is lower power.
 

tennishabit

Hall of Fame
What would be the advantage? I don't see how that serve could have any weird spin, what effect can have in the trayectory of the ball to grab the racquet with both hands? All I can think of is lower power.
not bad idea to finish off the match while in horrible pain:?)))..............or, retire w/ legitimate reason:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D..............
 

AlexSV

Rookie
What would be the advantage? I don't see how that serve could have any weird spin, what effect can have in the trayectory of the ball to grab the racquet with both hands? All I can think of is lower power.
It might throw your timing off at first. I played a guy with a really weird toss this summer and it took me a while to time my split step with the unorthodox toss.
 
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