When I get a slice hit to me, I often slice it back. When I get a dinkSlice serve, I often slice it back. Even a drop slice, I often slice it back. This was a huge step forward in reducing errors and getting demolished by slicers. However, even when I get a sitter slice, for the classic approach shot, I tend to hit the approach into the net. Can a slice still have backspin on it after bouncing? I don't want to slice these as well, because then I will have no offense at all. I need to be able to put away a floater sitter slice, but I can't. Baseline groundstroke slices, I just slice back. Even short slices, I slice back. Bottom line, against a slicer, I was dumping tons of "neutral slice" approach shots into the net. Against topspin, I don't do this nearly at the same frequency. It's something about slice neutral sitters. One theory I have is that a backSlice bounces back towards the opponent. So, it is slightly more forward than a standard simple to hit deep topspin shot. Since it's more forward, does that make you hit it into the net? I have practiced dink short balls, and hitting the approach shot. I am going to have a lesson where the feeder hits 100% slice short balls for approach shots.