I play this kid alot at my club and he has a very wierd backhand slice, but its strangely effective, he has a 2hbh but for some reason he always does this wierd slice when jammed up on the backhand side. He basically just drops his raquet when making contact and it sails slowly to my side of the court, however it has massive backspin and when it drops on my side of the court it spins back towards him. What makes it so hard to return it is because its so damn consistant, it always lands in and at an angle deep in my left side of the court(my backhand side). Ive tried to volley it but its so high and deep that it makes it very tough, im good at overheads but not when its at an angle so that i have to run around the shot almost like a inside out to do it. The only think ive come up with is to just tap it back to his side with either backhand or forehand, mostly forehand because its very tough with a 1hbh when its backspin is moving away from you. Ive tried to really rip the shot but it lands out because im going for too much, and topspin is next to impossible when the balls backspin is pulling towards him. So i really need some help...any suggestions guys??? Also another factor is sometimes he actually leans into his slice and hits a normal slice that dips low....making it so hard to read and throws me off. I really want to fix this problem because his backhand side is clearly the weaker side of the two, and if i overcome this obstacle i can win very easily, btw i beat him anyways but its really annoying. thx.