A one grip system for holding the racquet. The hand position is somewhere between the forehand and backhand grips.
A way of gripping the racquet that is appropriate for both forehand and backhand shots.
A way of holding your tennis racket in order to help you hit powerful serves, volleys, backhands, and smashes.
Holding the racquet as if you were going to use it to hammer a nail into the ground (racquet face perpendicular to the ground)
The most common grip used by players
the same for forehand and backhand, so called because it was developed on the â€˜continent' of Europe .