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What is Extreme Eastern Backhand Grip in tennis ?

By Ajay Tyagi 

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This grip is a perfect answer to tackle the topspin of forehand. Extreme Eastern Backhand Grip  This grip is obtained when placing the hand such that the base knuckle of the index finger is right on the seventh bevel.

Pros: This is also known as the western grip of the backhand. This is very popular grip among the players as it gives utmost comfort in hitting the higher balls which bounce off the baseline of the court. It is more beneficial in handling the shots with highest consistency levels in long rallies.

Cons: The limitations for this grip are that it is difficult to meet the lower balls of the game. And with a longer swing, rushing to the net for volleys and a quick game are not so easy to pull off.

 

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