Eastern backhand grip
This is the most popular way to grip your racquet to play a backhand - it allows you to play a flat shot or to come over the ball slightly, generating topspin. The base knuckle should be at bevel 1.
Semi-Western backhand grip
This grip - with the base knuckle at bevel 8 - is recommended for advanced players, allowing them to produce more topspin. The disadvantage of this grip is that it's not so easy to play balls that are bouncing lower.
Two-handed backhand grip
The base knuckle of your right hand should be at bevel 2, while the base knuckle of the left hand should be at 6.
Frequently asked questions:
What is the proper way to grip a tennis racquet?
You can hit most serves using a Continental grip. For a kick serve, you could try using an Eastern backhand grip, which could help you to hit the ball with more spin.