Hey guys So I play on this fast indoor court it is carpet and takes a lot of slice, I do try to get into net when I can but am trying to work on my baseline game. A big problem I have found in my last few practises has been while my forehand is a decent shot, I can rally with it and take on the short ball, I am getting into some trouble with my backhand. When I hit over the ball on my backhand it is a solid shot not as much of a weapon as my forehand but it is solid because it is not a weapon that I am going to hit many winners from though guys rightly hit to that side, on most surfaces that is not too bad for me I will try and get good depth and try and work a position wherre I can get another forehand or maybe come in. However on these courts I play the fast carpet, the ball keeps pretty low and I need to play slice on my backhand, but my slice really is lacking the depth it needs and I am dropping to short which is either setting up the easy put away for the opponent, OR handing them total court position where they can work me around and even if they get it to my forehand side I am on the backfoot! I know I need to work on my slice so that is obvious I have watched a lot of videos on Youtube and am trying to put it right. But while I am trying to improve it are there any ways I can deal with the low ball for now to mask the short slice that I seem to be hitting? I feel like on this surface that one shot is going to cost me a lot of close matches and matches against guys that are on a similar level to me or I should be beating!