сιаусоυгт = ваd теппіs ?
In the Qualifying Rounds of the French Open 2005:
Lourdes Dominquez Lino (11) def. Lioudmila Skavronskaia 6-1, 6-7 (9), 6-2 in two hours and one minute during the 1st Qualification Round. Lino hit 18 winners to 38 unforced errors. Skavraonskaia hit 26 winners to 79 unforced errors and 10 double faults!
Lenka Nemeckova has had a journey in her opening two matches. In her opening Qualifying match, Nemeckova defeated Canadian, Stephanie Dubios 1-6, 6-4, 10-8 in two hours and 36 minutes. Nemeckova hit nine double faults to only one ace. She also hit 19 winners to 58 unforced errors. Her opponent, Dubios, hit seven double faults to only two aces and 46 winners to 86 unforced errors. Lenka's second Qualifying match was also dramatic. She won 7-5, 0-6, 8-6 in two hours and one minute. Lenka hit zero aces to six double faults and 19 winners to 57 unforce derrors. Hana Sromova, her opponent, hit 30 winners to 58 unforced errors.
Clarisa Fernandez, former French Open semifinalist in 2002, defeated Laura Pous Tio 6-1, 5-7, 10-8 in two hours and 33 minutes. Clarisa hit 48 winners to 67 unforced errors and her opponent, Pous Tio, smacked 46 winners to 73 unforced errors.
My question is:
Does a claycourt produce bad tennis, no matter how well of a claycourter you are? Or, are these stats misleading and do not show how an actual player played?