A slice is a shot hit by quickly turning the wrist when hitting the ball, causing it to have a strong backward and sometimes sideways spin, making it harder for the opponent to return.
Alternatively, a slice in tennis is where your racket turns to the side due to it not being held tightly enough...
just like in real tennis
A slice shot in tennis is a stroke that is produced by swinging the racquet from high to low with a slightly open racquet face imparting underspin.
a chop shot is a.k.a. a slice which is a shot with backspin
There are four types of serves in tennis: The Flat Serve, The Slice Serve, The Kick Serve, and the American Twist.
As with most any other shot in tennis, hitting a slice requires the player to be moving forward, which puts his/her weight behind the shot (in that respect, the concept is similar to that of bowling, boxing, baseball, football, etc).
FastDifferent TechniquesSoaks up pressureLikes players to attack forehandLikes to slice
forehand and backhand are the main strokes there are also substrokes called slice cut lob smash.
forehand, backhand,serves stroke, top spin, slice stroke. yes there are 5.
slice help a lot in my matches, it is very attacking and defending in the same time....so make very upset and tired to the opponents, slice and make the point it is not easy..requires a lot confidence,expertise and relaxed stages from the slicer ...
basic: forehand, backhand, serve, lob. advanced: topspin, slice, flat, and dropshot
If the opponent hits a slice then you would need agility to hit the ball back.
Serve, ace, smash, forehand, backhand, volleys, slice, top-spin, doubles, singles.
You have to spin or slice the ball hardly, but if you watch the "prince of the tennis'' before, you will know that a ball can't spin that incredible. The ball curved depends on your strength, just spin your hardest!
It is called spin, there are many forms of spin, * top spin * side spin (slice) * back spin
the basic skills are forehand, backhand , serve , smash, top spin, slice. the other things you will learn by your tutor.
Tennis Slice ServeTo hit a slice serve in tennis you must come around the side of the ball. For a right-hander, your strings must connect and 'brush' around the outer right side of the ball. This brushing means you don't get the power of a flat serve, however it allows a greater angle to be achieved and the ball slides away from your opponent (or into the opponent's body) on contact with the ground. Putting spin on the serve allows you to control the ball better. It is the best serve to use in doubles where getting the ball in play is more important than hitting the hardest serve possible.
Slice is not an adjective because an adjective describes something. Sliced would be an adjective, but the word slice is a verb. "Remember to slice the bread." "Did you slice it?"
A Small Slice Of.. For Example: A Small Slice Of Pizza, A Small Slice Of Cake, A Small Slice Of Pancake, ..etc.
The hedgehog slice is called the hedgehog slice because it looks like a hedgehog.
At the 2010 Wimbledon tournament, Tsevana Pironkova of Bulgaria reached the Ladies' semi-final, in large part due to her use of a slice forehand. This unconventional shot helped her to upset Venus Williams in an earlier round.
a slice out of a whole pie