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I couldn't imagine doing that.

I need to watch more players using it because i just wouldn't know where to start to be honest
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I do it for fun, but when i play my tournaments i dont dare do it . I immitate Yan Zi's motion and her grip it feels conforatble. But it feels awkward ot change direction and all.

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I hit 2 hands on both sides. I dont change grips though. I volley 2 handed. But When pulled out wide I use 1 hand. But lucky for me I can do a split. I am very very very very nimble and flexible.
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I play two hands I use the one handed slice alot

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I use both hands on FH and BH as well. I'll hit a one handed FH in longer rallies but when going for a winner I always use two hands. I have more control and power.

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I have tried two hands both sides but it's too weird on the forehand. I always play two handed backhand though, even when I'm volleying.
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I have to say I've never seen anybody but a few pros play a one-handed FH. Surprised so many people say they use it. Too late now, but it would be interesting to know more about you such as sex and country and playing level, to see if there is any correlation.


For me, I have a one-handed FH but thought I have a two-handed BH. But somebody recently told me I have a one-handed BH and just use my other hand to set up the shot. So now I really don't know. Kinda weird to not even know what my own game is.
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I have to say I've never seen anybody but a few pros play a one-handed FH. Surprised so many people say they use it. Too late now, but it would be interesting to know more about you such as sex and country and playing level, to see if there is any correlation.


For me, I have a one-handed FH but thought I have a two-handed BH. But somebody recently told me I have a one-handed BH and just use my other hand to set up the shot. So now I really don't know. Kinda weird to not even know what my own game is.
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