Originally Posted by TennisArt
I think he meant on red clay... which I kinda agree with. As for tournaments though, really hope she skips Charleston and Madrid. Not even Nadal like playing in Madrid and that's his home Country. That's a big tell-tell sign if the greatest clay court player ever thinks the surface is not suitable.
I disagree w/ that. You have to evolve and adapt. Every surface isn't going to cater to your game (even if it is clay). He was being a pansy and complaining profusely because he wasn't able to dominate on that surface.