Re: AI/Charleston real clay events? And do players use different footwear for playing
Green clay is a real clay surface. It's not very slow like red clay, it's just slow. You can play real claycourt tennis on green clay, and it was fantastic to see in person yesterday. It has weird bounces just like red clay, people get to shots they normally wouldn't on any other surface, and the moonballs were in fuuuuuull flight.
It seems it's easier to slide on red clay than green clay though. Biggest difference I noticed outside color of the surface and that it's slightly faster.