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Two-Handed Backhand Groundstroke Tips

Coach Kyril shows this good video clip for better two-handed backhand. I like the demonstration with two finger of non-dominated hand to prove that indeed the dominated hand for two-handed backhand is left hand (for right handed players). This is the reason why a good exercise for two-handed backhand is to practice one left hand groundstroke as shown in the video clip. Some players use right hand as dominated hand for two-handed backhand, which is how one to hit for one-handed backhand. This video clip will definitely help those players to make correction. This raises an interesting question, what roles right hand play then? One role is to stabilize racquet swing as mentioned in the video clip. I would think there are two other important roles, one is to facilitate whip like motion of racquet swing, the other is to act as a pivot for racquet to generate more angular momentum.

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