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The Grand Slams

What do you all think about each one... Of course each has their own unique flair..

Australian Open: Very friendly, and enjoyable to watch. The Aussies are extremely friendly and it's just a great slam in general.

French Open: A bit more sophisticated than the Oz. Of course the "fickle" French fans come to mind, the clapping for games and break points. A sometimes cold atmosphere, but a likable slam.

Wimbledon: MAJESTIC. Of course the most traditional and covetable tournament. Elegant courts and slick grass. Strawberries and Cream!

US OPEN: Loud and energetic. Fans everywhere rooting for their faves. A basic TYPICAL American atmosphere. Night matches are electrifying, and an exciting slam to watch.
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Re: The Grand Slams

oz: test of endurance, only the strong survive!

french: players need lots of patience for the long rallies. sometimes the tennis can get ugly, and it has the worst fans of all the slams

wimby: traditional, fan friendly, historic feeling, big babe tennis!

us: exciting, refreshing, night matches, fun, noisy. lots of good matches and great atmosphere.

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