Lol. Okay.... I could have sworn they made it sound more fancy and special when he first used it. There has to be something special about it, no matter how small.
Its the same motion for a two handed backhand. Unless you don't want any power into it, then it is different.
... yeah, thats true... i dont see why they all dont use 2-handed backhands. i mean, when i do i get more power out of it
Maybe they don't need the extra power. I know plenty of people (especially guys) who don't use a 2 handed backhand. Plus, using two hands cuts your reach down significantly.
Yeah. Usually, player only use a 2 handed backhand unless they're specifically trying to put as much power into their shot as possible or they're injured. I use a two handed backhand because I don't have enough strength with one hand. I can't hold my wrist tight enough.
I use one handed, a bunch of people told me that I should do two handed.
Isn't the hadokyuu possible to a certian degree? I mean he just hits a forehand as hard as he can; it can't be that hard.
Yeah. The Hadokyuu seems possible, too. It's supposed to have something to do with the arm muscles pushing to the limit and whatnot..... That's why the guy from Fudomine couldn't do it more than once.
The Hadokyuu is just a powerful shot that could cause a slide of the racquet in the hands of the opponent. I myself have done it, but of course I didn't hit the racquet out of my friends hand, just hard enough to make his racquet handle slip out of place and shift so he couldnt hit it back over.