Re: What is Li Na's best surface?
From Grand Slam evidence, it would seem a slower hard court (Australia) and then grass (2 Wimbledon QF's) would be her best surface. We'll see if she can replicate her Roland Garros form on clay before I give her the nod on the clay.
So, for right now I would say a slower hard court is most preferred surface. All the timing of clay with an even and true bounce and sure footing.
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