The toughest thing to master in a game of Tennis is the single handed backhand. The most difficult part with single handed backhand is it’s tough to generate pace and has a less comfortable grip compared to a double handed backhand. Still there are many players who have mastered the art of single handed backhand to perfection.
Let’s look at the players who have the best single handed backhand in the business:
5. Dominic Thiem:
Dominic Thiem is the latest sensation in Tennis who has shown promise in his early career and has a bright future ahead. His single handed backhand is one of the talking point in Tennis at the moment.
4. Tommy Haas:
The veteran German has one of the most fluent single handed backhand which is an absolute treat to watch when he is in a full flow.
3. Richard Gasquet:
Richard Gasquet’s major weapon in his game is his thunderous backhand and the pace he generates from the backhand wing is absolutely impeccable and difficult to handle.
2. Stanislas Wawrinka:
The Swiss has taken the world of Tennis by storm in recent years winning two grand slams in two years. Along with his strong serve Wawrinka has an excellent backhand and the special aspect of his back hand is he can’t generate immense power from deep in the base line which is tough to execute.
1. Roger Federer:
Well can’t even imagine another player in the top other than the Swiss. Roger Federer’s single handed backhand is often known as poetry in motion by experts. He adds sheer power to his elegant looking backhand. One of the aspect in which the Swiss will be remembered forever is his single handed backhand.
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