I recently noticed how useful this shot can be. I can be hit with either slice or topspin with similar results. The topspin version is a bit easier to hit with a 1hbh IMO. The 1hbh provides a bit more spin and wrist flick that make it easier to hit at a sharper angle. The idea is to hit a cross-court BH that lands very short (inside the service box) and close to the sideline. To reply, the opponent needs to run forward and to the left and scoop a low ball from outside the sideline with his BH. The only thing they can typically do is bunt it back, which results in a sitter right in the middle of court. From there on it's just a matter of execution. You can step up and rip a FH to wherever you want (I typically hit to the open court and come to net). The result is absolutely lethal. I like this shot so much I now use it as my preferred method of being aggressive off the BH side. I used to try to attack with my BH by going DTL, but that is a much more difficult shot and often results in my opponent ripping a cross-court FH. The angle shot is easier to hit and much more effective IMO. What do you think? Does anyone else often use this shot?