"I agree with the other guys - except I side with Kyle that the one-hander can be just as powerful once you get good at it. I play 2-handed because your stroke seems to have less timing issues. The stroke seems more "fixed" and with less…"
"Honestly, the one handed backhand is a more versatile (control, spin etc.) stroke than the two handed backhand. Many people cite power as being the advantage of the two handed backhand, for beginners this is often the case, but as you get better,…"
I've always wondered what the difference in having a one or two-handed backhand can do for your game. As a new player I tend to switch between using one and two depending on the angle, timing, etc. and I'm beginning to wonder if it affects my game. What does everyone here prefer and why?
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