On the World Tour Malisse and Benneteau have 2 hand backhands, Amalgro has a 1 hander. I saw some others but can't remember who. More on this later
Also, even though Nalbandian is a decent volleyer in real life, in TE he comes to net WAY too much! IMO he should be more of a defender, counter or maybe a power baseliner. Right now he seems more like varied.
I agree with you as to this point, but here's what's really happening. Nalbandian is listed as a counter (which he really is) but the counter style player comes to net WAY too often. I feel that Manutoo's conception of what a counterpuncher is is an offensive-minded counterpuncher, like Nalbandian. But even his style is too offensive-minded. Then there's the other style of counterpuncher that has been completely left out. David Ferrer is someone who would fit into this more defensive-minded counterpuncher category. Thus, my suggestion is that the counterpuncher style should be split into offensive counterpuncher and defensive counterpuncher and the offensive counterpuncher style should be made a wee bit less offensive.
2010 Singles: 66-10 (no wo (4))
2010 Doubles: 21-11
2009 Singles: 105-14 (no WO (6))
2009 Doubles: 11-8
'10: W: AO, Miami, Casa, Barca, Rome, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Cincy
'09: W: 13 including Rome, Madrid, RG, Wimby, Cincy, USO