The Non-Dominant Hand on the Two-Handed Backhand

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The non-dominant hand plays a determinant role on the two-handed backhand. It is the source of power and spin. Most great two-handed backhand players easily hit a forehand with their non-dominant arm because they are used to that motion. Many players with weak two-handers tend to favor the dominant hand in the stroke. That is they pull the racquet instead ...

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