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Which court surface would you say goes along with your player's game the most?

which surface goes along with your player's game the most? Which surface do they tend to perform better on?


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Monica on clay. (Course, she's damn tough on hardcourts too....and indoors....and even grass, surprisingly enough)
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Conchi = Clay though her GS is Wimbledon

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too tough to call. Jelena is good on pretty much everything, well except maybe indoors, but she had a really good run at the end of 2001. so i have no idea. but her best record is on grass.

Jelena Dokic.Vera Zvonareva.Tatiana Golovin.Mary Pierce.Monica Seles.Martina Hingis.Anna Kournikova

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Monica on Clay. It deadens the big serves of some of her opponents, and keeps rallies going just long enough that those prone to unforced errors make plenty. She, on the other hand, can still use her power to jerk softer hitting opponents from side to side until she can set up a winner.

Kim, tough to say. She really is a player for all seasons.

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