Some athletes put a piece of tape from the heel toward the sole in the middle to help achieve more stopping power. The type of tape used will affect how much this might help you.
White textured tape will obviously slide less than smooth black tape. Be very careful here because any residue from the tape and its adhesive left on the approach is dangerous as well as illegal.
In a severe case, you can dampen the entire sole of the shoe very lightly. You could also rub your fingers across only the part of the sole on which you slide for stopping power.
You could rub them on the beginning of the heel. Keep in mind that whatever you do may not affect any other participant or you will be forced to stop doing it.
This will, of course, change your view of the lane and, most likely, your projection through the heads which might change everything. However, if you can't slide you can't play, so changing is a good idea.
Hopefully, everyone is having this problem. If they are not, you either have an equipment issue (you don't have the right combination on the shoes) or you have a mental game issue.
If you are 'toast', meaning because you have no feet your physical game is gone, it's time for you to sit down with your coach and have one of those lessons where you don't throw a ball and the two of you just talk about how you deal with this type of adversity.
The problem, of course, is in the lack of control and dealing with the unexpected. You've hopefully known how to play what the lane gives you. Part of the lane is the approach. You'll have to learn to deal with what it gives you as well.
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