A comparison of the high and low backspin backhand drives in tennis using different grips.

Three-dimensional, high-speed cinematography was used to compare backspin backhand techniques of high performance players hitting low (5.4 cm below hip height) and high (41.6 cm above hip height) bouncing balls using their preferred method of holding the racket (eastern backhand or continental grip: hand generally on top of the handle) and non-preferred… CONTINUE READING