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    im right handed..i thought very little ppl use left hand to play, but i do see quite a few from matches

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dandirom
    lol. mirror image.
    Yeah, first it was quite annoying

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    I play right handed but throw with my left.

    My old coach used to hate me when I was doing throwing drills.

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    I'm a lefty I find it takes alil more time to get what the coach is saying since they usually talk about a right handed person.

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    i play right handed, but ive seen alot of people that play left handed but are right handed
    and i learnt in grade 7 that if there are twins, one will be right handed and one will be left handed =p

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    I have stated Left-handed... However, I am actually ambidextrous and can play with either hand.

    I tend to favour my left hand though, as I have practiced more with that. It does sometimes confuse opponents though when they think they've put one wide of me and I swiftly switch hands and return it from a seemingly 'impossible' spot...

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    Oooh... I know someone who played like that. It was very annoying trying to push him to his "backhand" as he doesn't have one!!! I myself am right handed, and when I tried to play with my left hand, I feel so unco

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    I do tend to use my backhand (left) more often than switching hands because the switch often takes too much time but there are occasions that from a lofted clear it becomes easier to switch hands and drop it back from my opposite hand...
    It confused the hell out of a few opponents until they realised what I was doing.

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    I am a right handed. Not gonna train up my left hand...O.0...some of you putting 80/20...is that mean you use you both hand while playing? Take turns?

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    statistically speaking the chances of someone being left handed are around 12.4% Just don't ask me why I know that...

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    majority are right handed.. but i think southpaws are better shuttlers..

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    Default Receiving short serves at game point - hitting winners

    Under both the old & new scoring system, left-handers will have an advantage.

    Assume you are at game point (20-XX) and receiving a short serve. If you are left-handed, you can brush the serve into open spaces much easier. You have a lot more options to play with.

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    hey issit possible to convert from a right-handed player to a left-handed 1? will i lose the skills from mi right hand in the process?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRaGoNoVA
    hey issit possible to convert from a right-handed player to a left-handed 1? will i lose the skills from mi right hand in the process?
    I'm pretty sure you could ... but it might take a long time to adjust (?)

    I was left handed when I was born and then my parents started to correct me when I was 2, and forced me to be right handed ( because most of the stuff back then were designated for the right handers... ie baseball gloves, etc. ) So now I'm right handed and I guess using left hand now, is awkrawd for me.

    ... check out this website for info about ambidexterity
    http://www.mind-course.com/ambi.html

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    well i'm left handed i find that there are only 2 real advantages to being left handed
    1) recieving a flick i always find it incrediblly easy to return (although this may just be me)
    2) people always lift up to your fore-hand because in the heat of the moment they forget your left handed

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    Default Left, Right, Left-Right, Right-Left, L-L, R-R, X


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    i'm right hander, i know a friend whoe left hander as well

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