I don't have a serve, but I'm working on it. My favorite serve to hit is wide on both sides, I try to hit them flat but usually they're more sliced. My second serve is a major powder puff, and those tend to be more sliced...or double faults.
I center my game around my forehand. It's not very consistent, but I love smacking my forehand when I can. If I can get a low, flat ball with not too much pace I can re-direct and usually get myself into a winning position, though my forehand doesn't have enough power to go for the kill immediately.
If I'm pushed behind the baseline (I always try to be on or inside the baseline, and I love when I can hit inside-in forehands on the rise) then my only option is to hit a FH DTL or a high moonball if it goes to my backhand...sometimes I'll slice it, if I can. I run around my backhand as often as I can, I hate my backhand though I'm trying to get used to hitting it more. I have major problems responding to moonballs...
Speaking of my backhand, it's one-handed, and I immediately hit a slice on it. I don't even think of hitting topspin unless I have more than enough time to prepare. It's a long motion/wind up to my backhand and I like my slice anyway. It can be low and deep, but sometimes it's a strange combo of a slice and a lob. It always curves crazily once it hits the ground, and it confuses my opponent each and every time I hit it. I've had people say it's my best shot.
Volleys are my favorite shots to hit. Big inside-out forehand, rush to net, put away the volley is my best play. I am so inconsistent off the ground that I know I need to finish the point quickly, so I try to find ways to come to net as soon as I can. I love hitting volleys actually, even my backhand volley works now, kind of...especially the low pick up backhand volley. If I had a serve I'd be a serve and volley player. I also suck at hitting smashes...I hit so many into the net.
Movement, ehhhhh....I have poor footwork, which hinders me, but otherwise I think I have excellent anticipation and decent footspeed. If I had more proper training and a more developed groundstroke game I think I'd be a good player. Alas.