No, I find men's claycourt tennis boring. Two guys hitting the ball 200 times to the exact same spot.
I don't know what match you saw, but I find serve and volley really exciting, players like Pat Rafter or Novotna were a pleasure to watch.
Yes, Justine or Amelie have variety, but except for Wimbledon, they are staying more and more on the baseline, they go for the angles, they change the pace but often are limited to exchange power shots because they don't have time for anything else.
Federer is an exception and that's because he is probably the most gifted player ever. Federer doesn't come to the net because he doesn't need to, but he does when he has to, remember Wimbledon 2004 against Roddick, he was being blown off the court by Roddick and then he started to come to the net a lot more and changed the match, but only he can do that because he isn't human.
It wasn't not too exciting when two serve and volleyers played each other, but a Sampras - Agassi, or a Lendl - Edberg, or Rafter - Agassi, or Navratilova - Evert were fantastic matches. Now they try to win the point on the serve, it's often a service winner or a single volley, that's not too exciting. True serve and volleyers would use the serve to set up the volley, would half volley and would be prepared to cover the net because they would expect the ball to come back after the first volley, that was normally used as an approach shot rather than a winner.