That's my take on the backhand. I use two hands for most shots, but if I'm stretched out, I am more than capable of getting the ball with one hand, because I trained that way for years. Also, I feel that having the option to switch from a two-to-one hander quickly helps disguise things like slice and drop shots. It's great to see the look on a much younger players face when it looks like I'm going for a regular crosscourt backhand and at the last moment drop it.The good thing is being double handed on my forehand gives me more control and more power, and I can always use the one hand to retrieve balls to keep the ball in the play. That's how I see it
Fabrice is definately two-handed both sides. With the two hands on his racket he can produce spins no one else could dream of. :worship:I thought he hit with a one-handed backhand and two-handed forehand. And Rainer Schuettler as well.