Re: steffi graf's backhand ... like you've never seen it
All that technology to make that shit of a videogame? Lol just kidding I've always liked those high tech ads
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i felt like she used to go to the topspin backhand a lot more early in her career. it wasn't until 95ish that she started almost exclusively hitting the slice
Yes, I agree with this. I wonder why she relied so heavily on the slice though later on. The game was getting more powerful and she had to play endless points against the likes of Seles, hitting shot after shot from her backhand corner trying to gain an advantage. The topspin shot would have given her a nice change-up and injection of pace in the rallies.