The clay gets slower, it becomes harder to hit winners.
The bounce is lower.
It becomes easier to hit dropshots.
Sliding becomes a lot harder.
There was an interesting discussion going on on what wet clay would do with a Federer-Nadal matchup. The lower bounces would neutralise part of Nadal's game, but the slower ball would favour him.
Yeah I agree. Definitely makes it slower. I actually think it disadvantages him because the killer advantage he has on clay is the topspin he can generate on the forehand which won't be there if this wetness continues.
It Favour Counter Punchers or pushers if they movement is not good
Or even slow mover like Wozniak who can get dropshot bit easier.But in this case the ball probaly bounce lower at the condition,So using dropshots well work better.