Re: how long will it take before seeing again a one-handed backhand into top 10?
not likely... One handed backhands died with the power game. As far as timing goes its just not smart to be a one hander..... You might get some players who mix the one hander in occasionally, but from my experience the problem with the shot is control. Its a lot easier to redirect a powerful deep shot with two hands than one..... Not gonna lie though, when i hit a solid one I replay the motion in my head.
But also, two handed backhands dont require a change of grip, whereas the one handed backhand does. Its also a lot harder to hit high balls with the one handed backhand... so while it "looks pretty" the minus out way the positives. IMO. I only use it for shots that arent as deep in the court and i didnt move quick enough to get too...
Venus Ebone Starr