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Two heads are better than one, but how does a two-handed tennis player fare on the pro circuit?

Korean Kim Cheong-Eui is finding out.

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The world No. 430 is an ambidextrous artists who serves and hits forehands both right-handed and left-handed.

The right-handed Kim can also play a conventional two-handed backhand as well as a one-handed slice with his dominant hand.

See him hit backhands at about 35 seconds of this video:

Kim isn't the first or only player to serve with both hands.

Former French Open doubles champion Luke Jensen earned the nickname "Dual Hand Luke" for his ability to serve 120 mph both lefty and righty:

Maria Sharapova's two-handed backhand is her best shot, but when stretched the five-time Grand Slam champion has shown the skill to scrape accurate left-handed forehands on the run. Sharapova, who tends to choke up on the handle when she hits lefty, has hit so many lefty forehands, Rai Kanmuri compiled them in this video: