Pros and Cons
The Backhand Open To Extended Plane Swing
The Backhand Open Plane Swing is low and thus there's no need to use The Backhand Open To Extended Plane Swing unless a very difficult low reflex is required. However, unlike The Forehand Open Plane Swing which is high and thus needs to use The Forehand Open To Extended Plane Swing.
Thus, because the Backhand Open Plane Swing is used except for a low reflex the author decided not to present any more videos. However, please refer to the Backhand Open Plane Swing's Pros.
The Backhand Open To Extended Plane Swing is the basic swing which evolves from The Backhand Open Plane Swing.
There are both Pros and Cons for the player if this basic swing is the only basic swing used.
Obviously, this is not the case as this basic swing is one of three basic swings which evolves from The Backhand Open Plane Swing.
Because the player uses the three basic swings there are no Cons and therefore no need to discuss the Cons but only the Pros.
The the major pro is that swing allows the player to reflex when the ball is very low.
The opening of the racquet face allows the player to choose either three swings.
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