Originally Posted by KenC
But also a righty could pop it up to the same court, or even center court to lessen the angles, and still recover in plenty of time. It's just not a great idea to smack a ball from a bad position to the opponent's stronger wing. I think there are better chances of resetting the point and winning it rather than being able to hit a winner on the run.
Here is where the FH slice is a viable shot as if hit well enough can give time for recovery and hopefully it stays low enough that the opponent has to hit up on it. But I still think a high ball to the BH is harder for the opponent to manage.
by 'popping up' are you saying a lob?
and are you saying a righty could pop it up to a righties fh on a running fh?
most running forehands go back crosscourt which for righties would be to their stronger wing. that's the best shot in that situation.