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A New Teaching System: Two Handed Backhand Windshield Wiper

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  • A New Teaching System: Two Handed Backhand Windshield Wiper

    Would love your thoughts on "A New Teaching System: Two Handed Backhand Windshield Wiper"

  • doctorhl
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    Would love to know how many right handed pros bat a baseball or cricket ball left handed.But info may be irrelevant.

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  • nytennisaddict
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    IMO there are tradeoffs with how much "windshield wiper" motion you use.
    pro: more spin, variety, etc...
    con: more "complicated" stroke to contact,.... therefore more things can go wrong when under pressure.
    simon, hewitt come to mind when it comes to "simple" 2hbh, with minimal windshield. they also weren't really known for attacking (or variety) with their bh.

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  • johnyandell
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    Good question and likely true! Sock is similar with stronger grip extreme wiper.
    Last edited by johnyandell; 07-17-2019, 12:58 PM.

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  • stotty
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    In Nadal's case, does his grip with his right hand govern things a bit? His right hand looks a little more extreme than other players? Do his grips govern, to some extent, how much his racket would point down, resulting in his extreme wiper? I wouldn't have a clue so am curious to know if there is a relationship between grips and more extreme wipers?

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