two-handed backhand


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Noun1.two-handed backhand - a backhand shot made holding the racquet in both handstwo-handed backhand - a backhand shot made holding the racquet in both hands
backhand, backhand shot, backhand stroke - a return made with the back of the hand facing the direction of the stroke
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He won the opening three points of the match on Gasquet's serve with a delicate drop shot, a powerful crosscourt forehand and thumping two-handed backhand down the line.
He won the opening three points of the match on Gasquet's serve with a delicate drop shot, a powerful cross-court forehand and thumping two-handed backhand down the line.
But Murray took his serve for the fifth time in the match and sealed the victory on his first match point when Troicki's two-handed backhand went wide.
Federer was still playing the better tennis, though, and another break in the ninth game as Murray put a two-handed backhand into the net left him serving for the title.
74 hit back strongly in the second set, striking a stunning two-handed backhand down the line to force a break for a 3-1 lead, which proved enough to level the match against an erratic Roddick.
Obviously, I was there to analyse any slight technical defects that had crept into Ivanovic's two-handed backhand.
She consolidated the break with a two-handed backhand struck through gritted teeth, and raised her game yet further to break once more to take the set in just 26 minutes.
He said he has five screws in his shoulder because of the surgery and only started hitting a two-handed backhand two weeks ago.
Four games later Federer was serving for the set at 5-3, but 26-year-old Benneteau had other ideas and converted the second of three break points with a fierce two-handed backhand to close to within a game.
He's got a great serve, a great motion, a big forehand, good two-handed backhand, he understands the game well and he's comfortable coming to the net.
But in the tie-break Moya took charge and gave himself five set points as he raced to a 6-1 lead, clinching it at the first time of asking as Roddick netted a two-handed backhand.
They demonstrated that the research is an attempt to peek inside the "designer" genome of the future, when perhaps, like Serena Williams, everyone will be able to rip a two-handed backhand down the line--and look good while doing it.