Re: Is Serena Much Better On Blue & Green Clay Than Red Clay ???
Duh. Green clay has always been a valuable transition surface. All the greats played on it and won on it in preparation for RG. It makes sense that this suits Serena's game more, plus the events are great and convenient for her.
The problem is that a place like Madrid wants to put a dusty hard court with clumps of clay out there and call it clay. That's not good preparation and has no place on the tour if you ask me.