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Two-handled Tennis Players

A place where those using all forms of the two-handled tennis racket can come together to discuss tips, techniques, strategies, and any news dealing with the two-handled racket and its players.

Location: Las Vegas, NV
Members: 16
Latest Activity: Jan 7, 2016

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Where can I try this racquet?

Started by Mark / The Mayor Nov 10, 2010. 0 Replies

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Comment by Oscar Wegner on December 21, 2012 at 11:58pm

Awesome release, the Best of Oscar Modern Tennis Methodology 2 hr DVD. Bring your game to a whole new level. Go to

Comment by Dr. Don R. Mueller on July 19, 2012 at 3:15pm
Hello, I’m Prof. Don R. Mueller (aka the "Two Racket Guy"). I play an exciting form of tennis called Two-Racket Tennis. The two-racket game, unlike its one-racket counterpart, is truly a full-body workout as both sides of the body are utilized in a balanced way to play the game. For more information about the Two-Racket game check us out:

Two-racket Tennis:

The average person would be surprised at how little time it will take them to get the hang of the game. With two rackets in play, you feel less fatigue in the arms and you will be able to play longer and burn off more of those calories you've been hoping to do all along. It’s a full-body workout.

Two-racket tennis can be played by anyone willing to give it a try. Two-racket tennis affords the player a number of practical benefits over that of conventional tennis:

(1) Hitting with power from both sides.
(2) Bigger wingspan: more easily reach those difficult shots.
(3) Avoid backhand injuries.
(4) Hand-eye coordination for both sides of the body.
(5) Less back strain.
(6) Less arm fatigue.
(7) Greater flexibility.

For more information about the two-racket game, feel free to visit my website:

Comment by Mark / The Mayor on April 3, 2012 at 10:47am

How are the Battistones doing these days?  It has been quiet around here.

I love this picture:

These handles look a little different; they are parallel - are there two different manufacturers?

Comment by Ted on December 31, 2009 at 7:56pm
Hello All...Well, just ordered "the racquet" today (New Year's Eve), so I hope to start out 2010 playing better tennis! I have a feeling that I'll play better with this racquet over the more traditional variety. Time will tell, as they say, but I'm really looking forward to it.
Comment by Gregory Halmay on August 18, 2009 at 12:15am
Starting in September, i will be available in Toronto to have anyone try this amazing tennis racquet.
Comment by Jay on April 15, 2008 at 1:14pm
Hi again Dann, Brian. I've been showing your rackets around some of my tennis buddies and they all have the same recurring question to me. Which handle is best to hold for serves and for volleys? I don't want to give them bad advice so I better ask you guys first.
Comment by Nelson on April 8, 2008 at 10:17am
Just sayin hi, we're going to enter an Open tournament in SLC the end of this month. I'll play doubs with my dad.
Comment by Gregory Halmay on April 7, 2008 at 11:40pm
Hey Dann hope all is good in Puerto Rico and you and Brian are winning some matches.
Comment by Natural Tennis on April 1, 2008 at 3:30pm
If you know of any players that are using the racket that have an email address, please refer them to two-handled tennis rackets group.

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