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I am glad the clay season is over!

I am sorry but I am so sick of this slow crap. I want some action and I am glad the fast courts and Wimby are near!
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I'm not a fan of clay or grass, I can't wait for the hardcourt season.
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Clay is far and away the best surface in tennis. It's a pity that clay season is so damn short
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I'm not a fan of clay or grass, I can't wait for the hardcourt season.
I'm with you there

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I am sorry but I am so sick of this slow crap. I want some action and I am glad the fast courts and Wimby are near!

me too.....the french open to me, is just the opening act for Wimbledon!
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Wimbledon is far and away the most meaningless slam For the men at least
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Wimbledon is my favorite slam and the summer hardcourt is my fave season.

Goodie that clay is out of the way now.

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Clay's my favorite season But im eager to see how Vera does on the hardcourts this year!!

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Wimbledon is far and away the most meaningless slam For the men at least
So true! I love men's tennis but not on the grass courts, the points end too quickly.
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I'm sick of the clay, I dread the season every year.

I dunno, people want high quality tennis, but clay is probably where you get the lowest quality of tennis.

On to the best seasons remaining: GRASS AND HARDCOURTS!!

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To Australians it's not

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I have waited so long for Wimby to start! It is my favorite website and tv coverage... could be the purple and green... it's just awesome... the linespeople wear slacks/dresses and those jackets! I just love Wimby...

U.S. HARDCOURT! SUMMER SEASON IS THE BEST! YEAH! I'm so excited! I can't wait... two more weeks! I love the grass and hardcourt!

I can't stand the clay... I live in Georgia and red clay is all we have... living in it is not fun and I hate to watch it getting in people's clothes... it reminds me of when I have to do the laundry! I like the sliding and that's about it.

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I have waited so long for Wimby to start! It is my favorite website and tv coverage... could be the purple and green... it's just awesome... the linespeople wear slacks/dresses and those jackets! I just love Wimby...

U.S. HARDCOURT! SUMMER SEASON IS THE BEST! YEAH! I'm so excited! I can't wait... two more weeks! I love the grass and hardcourt!

I can't stand the clay... I live in Georgia and red clay is all we have... living in it is not fun and I hate to watch it getting in people's clothes... it reminds me of when I have to do the laundry! I like the sliding and that's about it.
I took lessons once on red clay and I couldn't stand it, I felt like I was on sand, granted I really can't play on any surface but clay was the worst.
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