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@PseudoNigel I could be a famous TV presenter but I choose not to be. #humble

Guys, it's already happening. Wink
[ Last edit by Mark September 14, 2012, 01:25 PM ] IP Logged
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It's a fair cop. I'm turning into an arrogant nob.
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'Thanks for reading My news reportings, they are the best'.
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#shutup
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roflmao
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I won a match earlier from a set and and 5-1 down. lol Though it wasn't as if I was being beat badly in the actual play as the majority of games up until then involved 30 all or deuces.
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Many Congratulations Allan for snatching victory from the jaws of defeat. Sounds almost like Andy's match vs Cilic lol
[ Last edit by Philip October 06, 2012, 06:21 PM ] IP Logged
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Sounds almost like Andy's match vs Cilic lol
I was thinking that as I typed the post. lol
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I'm not a regular player and I'm not a member of clubs, but I often play Tennis with friends or family. I feel I'm okay but I think my backhand really lets me down. I use a one handed backhand, it's weak, I never used to get it in, but I can consistentally get it in now though it just sets whoever I'm playing up for an easy return. I've attempted to switch to a two handed backhand but with no luck. I usually just hit the ball into the net or way past the baseline. Any ideas how to get a decent twohanded backhand? I don't want to be hitting 1handers anymore like smugfed :/
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I'm not a regular player and I'm not a member of clubs, but I often play Tennis with friends or family. I feel I'm okay but I think my backhand really lets me down. I use a one handed backhand, it's weak, I never used to get it in, but I can consistentally get it in now though it just sets whoever I'm playing up for an easy return. I've attempted to switch to a two handed backhand but with no luck. I usually just hit the ball into the net or way past the baseline. Any ideas how to get a decent twohanded backhand? I don't want to be hitting 1handers anymore like smugfed :/

I switched, a few years ago.

I watched a few videos of Murray - his technique is absolutely textbook. From his movement, to the way he plants his feet to hit the stroke, to the racquethead speed. At first, I suffered from what you mentioned, always dumping the ball into the net. The best two-handed backhands you'll hit are when you are loose, try not to strangle the racquet grip.

Although I haven't played in months, my two-hander is much more reliable, and I can generate more power using a two-hander, than I could with a one.
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I don't get why a single handed backhand can be so popular at club/recreational level when when using a double handed backhand would make them a much better player. About 99% of people at club club/recreational are usually not strong enough to have an effective one or they are just not skilled enough to use it.
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Until age 23, I had a weak single-handed backhand. It let my whole game down. Then I switched to a two-hander. It took a whole summer to get used to it properly, but I've used it for 26 years now and it's easily my best shot. It just makes for a much more structured and stable stroke.
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It just makes for a much more structured and stable stroke.

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Because, clearly, I'm once again the world's best player.
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Was more a reference to how poor Federer's backhand is compared to his forehand. Very Happy
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