Key Elements Of The Two Handed Backhand

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Many people take up tennis later in life, starting in their 20’s, some even start as late as their 70’s and every age in between. And because the two-handed backhand is such a popular shot many of these new players decide to implement the two-handed backhand. What I’ve discovered as a coach is that many of these players struggle with the shot because they don’t realize that their non-dominant hand needs to be dominant to really develop the two-hander into a reliable, consistent, weapon.

Tom Avery
Tom Avery

Tom Avery has been helping and coaching students for 40 years. Tom has appeared everywhere from the Tennis Channel to YouTube. His coaching and clarity is second to none. Tom empowers every player to excel at any level of the game. He has a quick fix for every problem and is often referred to as the Godfather of Tennis Video Instruction.

    6 replies to "Key Elements Of The Two Handed Backhand"

    • Timothy

      Is she hitting a 2-handed backhand or a 2-handed forehand? Can’t really tell.

      • Tom Avery

        Hi Timothy,
        Stephanie hits with 2 hands on both sides. A la Monica Seles and Fabrice Santoro.
        All the best,

    • DeWitt Thomson

      Wonderful production! It’s about time we paid respect to our lefties!

    • juan

      after improving my serve automatically I gained more raquet speed in all my schoots

    • Bobby Weiss

      Outstanding lesson and instruction for this shot.. Explained very well with outstanding demonstrations and key coaching points.

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