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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).

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Q: What is the direction of the player's momentum when hitting a slice in tennis?
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