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post #76 of 110 (permalink) Old May 4th, 2011, 11:14 AM
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Re: How many types of surfaces have you actually played on?

2 types
Clay+Indoor Hardcourt
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Re: How many types of surfaces have you actually played on?

I've played on clay and indoor hardcourt. I enjoy playing on both of them with a slight advatage of the clay surface
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post #78 of 110 (permalink) Old Dec 27th, 2011, 05:45 PM
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My mom is the tennis expert in our family and when we were getting our tennis court for our home a couple years back the actual surface was a main concern. We wanted something that placed the least amount of stress on our bodies, enhanced our game and that did not crack. We went to the guys at Classic Turf (www.classicturf.org) and I have to say we couldn't be happier with our tennis court!!! Their post-tensioned concrete is the perfect sport surface; it's beautiful and really performs.
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Re: How many types of surfaces have you actually played on?

Synthetic - Green
En-Tout-Cas
Classic Clay
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Re: How many types of surfaces have you actually played on?

Hardcourt, Indoor Hardcourt, Indoor Carpet, and Clay.

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Re: How many types of surfaces have you actually played on?

Rebound ace, synthetic grass, green clay, red clay, indoor hard and regular outdoor hard.

Indoor hard is my favourite. Clay is just awful
Synthetic grass
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Re: How many types of surfaces have you actually played on?

indoor hard, outdoor hard, red clay, green clay.

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Re: How many types of surfaces have you actually played on?

Clay Clay and Clay
Outdoor Hard



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Re: How many types of surfaces have you actually played on?

There is no other courts except Outdoor Hard in Hong Kong, I think there is no indoor hard also...(Maybe yes, but probably not fast)

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Re: How many types of surfaces have you actually played on?

Indoor/Outdoor Hard
Rebound Ace
Red & Green Clay
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finally got to play Grass this past summer
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Re: How many types of surfaces have you actually played on?

Hard court (basically all types, Plexicush, Plxipave Rebound ace etc.), Grass, Carpet (outdoor), red Clay.

I really want to play indoors sometime, I'd go all GOATra on everyone
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Re: How many types of surfaces have you actually played on?

red clay, indoor carpet, grass, hardcourt
though red clay suits my game the most

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Re: How many types of surfaces have you actually played on?

En-tout-cas (red clay), synthetic grass (carpet), plexipave (hardcourt), grass and... asphalt.

Never played indoors, unforch.
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Re: How many types of surfaces have you actually played on?

I'm pretty sure I've played on everything but grass.
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Re: How many types of surfaces have you actually played on?

I only played on outdoor-clay and indoor-carpet.

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