In this manner, how do you teach a two-handed backhand?
Beside this, why are there two-handed backhands?
Due to the fact that the player’s dominant hand “pulls” into the shot, the backhand generally lacks the power and consistency of the forehand, and is usually considered more difficult to master. However, the two-handed backhand provides more stability and power for the shot, and is increasingly used in the modern game.
Is double handed backhand better?
The two-handed backhand may be a less destructive shot than the one-hander, but it is also more reliable: the extra hand on the racket means it is easier to handle incoming pace and spin, and to swing the racket along a predictable path.
One-handed Backhand: The main benefit of a one-handed backhand is reach. Many people find that once they master the stroke they have more reach and can hit through the tennis ball more easily. … Also a one-handed backhand hides a slice better, which keeps your opponent guessing.
With the two-handed backhand, a player will use both arms to swing at the ball.
- Kei Nishikori. …
- David Nalbandian. …
- Stanislas Wawrinka. …
- Richard Gasquet. …
- Novak Djokovic.
The split step begins a split second before the opponent makes contact with the ball. Based on my hops in the video above, I initiated them about 0.08 seconds before my opponent hit the ball. Therefore, you cannot really ask yourself when you should jump because you cannot consciously track such a short amount of time.
- Roger Federer.
- Rafael Nadal.
- Juan Martín del Potro.
- Fernando Verdasco.
- Kyle Edmund.