Hi, The usual result when I do a backhand slice with side-spin would be that the ball would bounce to the left after it lands; however, there was this one time when the ball bounced to the right instead. I (and my opponent) was quite baffled at how this happened. I had done this slice twice previously, both of which my opponent couldn't get to on time. On my third attempt, he actually got to the ball, and I was prepared to receive it. Imagine my amusement and his surprise when the ball bounced to the right and into his body! My question is: how did I generate this spin from a backhand slice? Was it due to the spin of the ball before I hit the shot? Was it just a mishit? It didn't feel or sound like a mishit, though, so I thought it could have been something else. I don't quite understand how the movement of the backhand slice could generate this "inside-out" sidespin.